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Today in NOLA 8.22.17


This Tuesday is a fine day to experience the sounds of the city. Galactic's Stanton Moore will perform two shows with his namesake trio at his weekly gig on Frenchmen. Just slightly up the street Treme Brass Band and Smoking Time Jazz Club will perform. For the late night crowd, catch Rebirth in their regular gig at Maple Leaf. On this day in 1812, former Governor W.C.C. Claiborne became the highest paid governor in the United States, with a salary of $7500 a year. Now, more to do this Tuesday. 


Today in NOLA: 5.17.16


The Eagle of Death Metal are coming home tonight. Plus, like most NOLA Tuesdays, there is an excellent selection of experimental, indie, and post-punk acts out gigging. On this day in history, schools in Louisiana and the rest of the country were ordered desegregated with the Supreme Court's Brown v. Board of Education ruling (1954). Here's more of today's happenings.


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: 5.01.16


Trombone Shorty is scheduled to close Jazz Fest today, but the gray skies do not like good for the Fest. Have no fear; there are plenty of night shows to check out. On this day in 1862, Union soldiers officially captured New Orleans. Now, more to do this Sunday.


Jazz Fest After Hours: 4.21.15


Jazz Fest does not begin until Friday (4.22), but the music elevates to another level tonight. Local favorites like Anders, Johnny V., and Stanton Moore will be joined by national names like Skerik, Charlie Hunter, and Oteil Burbridge this evening. Click on through for all the listings.


Today in NOLA: 4.12.16


Get your umbrellas and wellies out because there are plenty of reasons to brave the rain tonight ranging from a book launch to alt-rock. For lagniappe, Rebirth, Stanton Moore, and Smoking Time Jazz Club are all playing regular shows. On this day in 1861, Louisiana General PGT Beauregard began the Civil War with the first shots on Fort Sumner. Now, more to do this rainy Tueday.


Jazz Fest After Hours: 4.26.15


For those who are getting a little burned out on jazz and funk, Slayer is playing the Civic tonight. For everyone else, there are plenty of shows on tap. Allen Toussaint is playing on Frenchmen and  the Word are playing the Joy. The there are plenty of mashup of A-list talent to be found all over town. Details follow.


Jazz Fest (Eve) After Hours: 4.23.15


The Fest has not yet begun. The late night shows have. Over the next two weeks, there will be plenty of power pairing and celebrity sit-ins. Tonight is not a bad start though. Dr. John, Stanton Moore, Band of Heathens, Jon Cleary, and the Soul Rebels are just a few of the late night choices. A full guide to tonight’s music options follows.


Today in NOLA: 9.9.14


What are you having for lunch? And is it too soon to think about dinner? The 2014 Restaurant Week menus can’t satisfy your cravings, but they will help you decide where to dine tonight. Galactic drummer Stanton Moore brings his eponymous trio to Snug Harbor for the second in a series of September gigs. Plus, notable punk shows in Midcity and downtown. Here’s the Tuesday rundown:


Today in New Orleans: 4.15.14


It's Tax Day, but after the last return is post-marked, there is a country potluck jamboree with Meschiya Lake and the Good Gollies, Stanton Moore Trio is hosting a record release party, and classical organist Albinas Prizgintas plays at Trinity. On this day in 1795, the Pointee Coupee Slave Rebellion began their revolt on Julien Poydras’ plantation. Now, more to do this Tuesday.  


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