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Howlin' Wolf, 12PM
Over a dozen NOLA spots offer their best bloodies, plus food
Magnolia Yoga Studio, 1PM
Free female-led discussion and open house
Playmakers Theater, 2PM
Final staging of drama about painter Mark Rothko
Maple Leaf Bar, 3PM
5th annual boil commemorating the life of the beloved chef and musician
Woonderland Production Studios, 3PM
Live music, drinks, water slides, more
Audubon Park, 5PM
LPO Woodwind Quintet performs
Local trad jazz masters
Tubby & Coo's Mid-City Book Shop, 6PM
Bring games, or join one at the store
Howlin’ Wolf Den, 10PM
Mix of brass standards and funky covers
Spotted Cat, 10PM
Boundary pushing fusion jazz
Maple Leaf, 10PM
Krown on the B3 with Russell Batiste and Walter “Wolfman” Washington
Today in NOLA: 5.31.16
Today is the last day before hurricane season and there will be plenty of music to calm any concerns whether you’re looking for metal, classical organ, or experimental jazz. On this day in New Orleans history, the original Canal streetcar line made its last run in 1964. More from today:
Today in NOLA: 5.24.16
A$AP Ferg is dishing out some hot beats at the Joy tonight while the World War II museum is offering more educational extracurriculars. Plus, a trio of local stars are playing out. On this day in 1999, Britney Spears’ debut album ‘Baby One More Time’ was certified four times platinum. Now, more to do this Sunday.
Today in NOLA: 5.10.16
Flat-earth advocate B.o.B. is evicting tonight. Locals also can feed their brain at Octavia with an intellectual or check out some superior hip-hop at Republic or The Cure at UNO. Plus, there are plenty of NOLA musicians gigging. Pinckney Benton Stewart (P.B.S.) was born in Georgia on this day in 1837. Stewart would later become the Governor of Louisiana. Now, more to do this Tuesday.
Today in NOLA/Jazz Fest After Hours: 4.30.16
Jazz Fest is back and so are the insane after hours offerings. Haynes, Denson, Galactic, Rebirth, and the Dozen are just a few of the acts jamming tonight. On this day in 1812, Louisiana officially became the 18th state in the Union. And, there is lots to do to celebrate statehood.
Today in NOLA: 4.26.16
The build up to thte second weekend of the fest continues with even more big acts from Bunny Wailer to Adam Deitch playing tonight. On this date in 2003, Jaime Foxx and his sister were arrested by NOPD following an argument with police officers at the casino. Now, more to do this Tuesday.
Today in NOLA: 4.19.16
The (sort of) calm before Jazz Fest is about to be shattered. Locals and visitors should seize upon this final day to see music before venues hit saturation points. Check out Jon Cleary, Meschiya Lake, the Treme Brass Band, Rebirth, Crooked Vines, or even the rare hometown show from Curren$y. On this day in 1960, Gov. Jimmie Davis was elected. Now, more to do this Sunday.
Today in NOLA: 3.29.16
Some Texas metal core is hitting HOB tonight and St. Claude is hosting Hippie Sabotage. For local sounds, check out Rebirth or Gregory Agid. On this day in 1962, the Archbishop ordered New Orleans’ parochial schools to desegregate. Now, more to do this Tuesday.
Today in NOLA: 3.26.16
Yanni is here! Plus, Cali punk conglomerate Hard Girls is in town. Chris Royal is uptown and Rebirth is downtown. Check out the Raw Oyster Cult at Tip’s or get your dance on at Circle Bar. On this day in 1911, the West End Streetcar took its first ride. Now, more on Saturday happenings.
Today in NOLA: 3.15.16
Today in New Orleans, the Nile is hosting an avant-garde drummer and the Prytania is screening a Hungarian Oscar winner. Rebirth and Smoking Tinme are playing regular gigs. Happy Birthday to Andrew Jackson, born on this day in 1767. Now, more to do in 2016.
Today in NOLA: 3.08.16
Rihanna is blowing up the arena tonight while Book of Mormon offers some satire on religious at the Saenger. Plus, the Nile is hosting some experimental jazz and Rebirth are doing their thing at the Leaf. On this day in 1836, New Orleans was divided into three “cities” including the Vieux Carre. Now, more to do today.
Evan Z.E. Hammond, Dead Huey, Andrew Smith
Michael Weber, B.A.
B. E. Mintz