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Gallery Burguieres (7 p.m.)
Author reads and signs copies of crime drama ‘Docket 76’
Loyola Ave. and Poydras (8 a.m.)
Annual 10k Ends near City Park
NOLA Brewing (1 p.m.)
?Scavenger hunt beginning at the taproom, to benefit Gulf Restoration Network
Maple Leaf (10:30 p.m.)
CD Release Party
Howlin’ Wolf (9:30 p.m.)
Plus YMCMB Flow, G Unit’s Kidd Kidd, 5th Ward Weebie, and 3D Natee
Tipitina's (9 p.m.)
Andrew Block, Eric Vogel, Erica Falls, Kendrick Marshall, plus John Lisi and Delta Funk
Shadowbox Theatre (8 p.m.)
Shoes, booze, and prostitutes
Armstrong Park (10 a.m.- 7 p.m.)
Green Business Expo, music, and more from La. Bucket Brigade
HUSTLE with DJ Soul Sister
Hi Ho Lounge (11 p.m.- 3 a.m.)
Rare grooves from the '70's every Saturday
Blue Nile (10 p.m.)
Local trombonist and his band play traditional NOLA music, from blues, to jazz, to gospel
Armstrong Park (4:30 p.m.)
Official Gay Easter parade rolls through the French Quarter
Press & St. Claude (1:30 p.m.)
The Social Aide & Pleasure Club throws their annual parade through the Bywater
Tipitina’s (7:30 p.m.)
Folk-rock and Americana
Maple Leaf (10:30 p.m.)
Krown, Batiste, and Washington every Sunday
Canal & Bourbon St. (1 p.m.)
Chris Owens leads the charge
Hot 8 Brass Band
Howlin’ Wolf- The Den (10 p.m.)
Premiere NOLA brass with hip-hop, R&B and more
St. Claude Exposed
Pair of CAC Exhibits Spotlight Blooming Downtown Art Scene
Things came full circle in the New Orleans world of contemporary art Saturday night.
Today's Events: 10.14.11
Today, the New Orleans Film Fest kicks off, T-Lot opens their St. Claude gates for the 2nd Annual exhibition, and Honey Island Swamp Band strips down at Tipitina's. In more innocent times, Winnie-the-Pooh was published (1926), Martin Luther King Jr. won the Nobel Peace Prize (1964), Ronald Reagan proclaimed a War on Drugs (1982), Dwight D. Eisenhower (1890) and Ralph Lauren (1939) were born, and Bing Crosby (1977) and Leonard Bernstein (1990) died. But back to the 21st Century:
T-Lot Art Exhibition Commences First Stage Tonight on St. Claude
In Parallel Play, a Prospect 2 satellite exhibition opening tonight, growth and maturation are both themes and functions.
Today's Events: 8.18.11
August 18th, when French astronomer Pierre Jules Cesar Janssen discovered helium (1868), when women’s suffrage was granted under the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment (1920), when Nabokov’s Lolita was first published in the U.S., when Robert Redford (1936) and Patrick Swayze (1952) were born, and when Christopher ‘Into the Wild’ McCandless (1992) died. It’s also a day for:
Today's Events: 7.20.11
July 20, when the first unit of the Women’s Army Corps began training during WWII (1942), when the Special Olympics was founded (1968), when Colombia declared independence from Spain (1810), when Sioux leader Sitting Bull surrendered to U.S. federal troops (1881), when Cormac McCarthy (1933), Natalie Wood (1933), and Vitamin C (1969) were born, when Bruce Lee died (1973) and National Friend’s Day in Argentina, Uruguay, and Brazil. Makes some new amigos today at these happenings:
T-Lot Will Be 'Whistlin' Dixie' Tomorrow Night
The T-Lot Artist studio space hosts shows and ‘Flea Lots“ on its property at 1940 St. Claude Ave. But tomorrow night sees the first official film screening inside its large chain link gate. The flick at hand, Whistlin’ Dixie, is the first large-scale documentary by Meredith Heil, who completed this project in between receiving a Masters in Social Documentation from UC Santa Cruz, and heading to Indiana to purse a PhD in Communication and Culture.
Fair Folks, A Goat & An American Memory
No it’s not second Saturday. It’s not even Saturday. Yet, there is art to be seen. Tonight, from 7-10 p.m., five artists come together for An American Memory, a group exhibition guest curated by Michael Martin at Chartres' Fair Folks and a Goat. The works and mediums vary, but, thematically, all of the works reflect on the splendor found in a city’s gradual decay - what corrodes, what remains, and the new visual aesthetic that takes hold of its surroundings as a result.
Top 11 Visual Artists in 2011
The visual arts continued their resurgence in 2010. Events such as Prospect 1.5, PhotoNOLA, and the suddenly hot monthly art walks have propelled those putting brush to canvas to a stature equal to those putting brushes to skin... feet to canvas. Right now, we are seeing incredible art coming out of this city; the works span all mediums, and convey themes still tinged by the Storm, but no longer pigeonholed by our dark days.
Launching the Lot
A DIY Art Space Hits Prospect 1.5
THE MARIGNY – At an up-and-coming downtown art haven known as T-Lot, creative work is buried in the ground, and free to move about the premises. Inspiration comes from houses that are falling down, Google and bone fragments found in the backyard. Dicks are also involved.
Dead Huey Long, Emma Boyce, Ian Hoch, Will Dilella, Chris Rinaldi, Lianna Patch, Phil Yiannopoulos, Cate Czarnecki, Mary Kilpatrick, Norris Ortolano, Joe Shriner, Chris Staudinger, Kailyn Davillier, Chef Anthony Scanio, Tierney Monaghan, Stacy Coco, Rob Ingraham
Kerem Ozkan, Cheryl Castjohn, Sam Nelson
Brandon Robert, Daniel Paschall
Michael Weber, B.A.
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