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mercredi

September 2nd

Gentleman’s Agreement

Prytania, 10a.m.

Gregory Peck stars as a journalist 

 

Culture Collision

US Freedom Pavilion: The Boeing Center, 5:30p.m.

65 of New Orlean’s visual and performing arts organizations culturally colliding

 

The Fritz

Gasa Gasa, 9p.m.

Funk rock from Asheville

 

Hill Country Hounds

Maple Leaf Bar, 9p.m.

Country rock hailing from the mountains of the USA

 

Hazy Ray

Howlin’ Wolf, 8:30p.m.

Funk-rock with a New Orleans twist

 

Major Bacon

Banks St. Bar, 10p.m.

Grammy-nominated jazz and free BLTs

jeudi

September 3rd

Earth

OEJ, 7p.m.

Rock/metal from Olympia, Washington

 

Ogden After Hours

Ogden, 6p.m.

This week ft. Chase Gassaway

 

EDEN

Contemporary Arts Center, 7p.m. 

Film screening explores the life a Parisian musician after the peak of his musical career

 

Bayou International Reggae Night 

Blue Nile, 11p.m.

Reggae spun by DJ T

 

Brass-A-Holics

Freret St. Publiq House, 9:30p.m.

The classic Nola crew rocks Freret

 

Thursdays at Twilight

City Park, 6p.m.

This week ft. Joe Krown Swing Band

vendredi

September 4th

Mötley Crüe

Smoothie King Center, 8p.m.

The heavy metal band’s final tour

 

Louisiana Seafood Festival 

City Park Festival Grounds, 11a.m.

Celebration of the state’s seafood and music

 

Saints vs. Packers

Lambeau Field, 6p.m.

Last preseason game

 

 

Friday Nights at NOMA

NOMA, 5p.m.

Arts and Letters with Thomas Beller

 

Foundation Free Fridays

Tip’s, 9p.m.

Free evening of music this week ft. Flow Tribe and Stoop Kids

 

futureBased + Carneyval

Republic, 10p.m. 

Get your electronic fix

samedi

September 5th

Super Fresh Hip Hop Fest

Lakefront Arean, 8p.m.

Salt N Pepa, Slick Rick and others take Nola

 

Louisiana Seafood Festival 

City Park Festival Grounds, 11a.m.

Celebration of the state’s seafood and music

 

Disorientation

Howlin’ Wolf, 9:30p.m.

Naughty Professor + Elysian Feel and more

 

 

Bourbon Street Extravaganza

Bourbon and St. Ann Streets, 6p.m.

Free outdoor concert as part of Southern Decadence

 

Crescent City Farmer’s Market

700 Magazine St., 8a.m.-12p.m.

Downtown edition of the city's prime local market

dimanche

September 6th

Louisiana Seafood Festival 

City Park Festival Grounds, 11a.m.

Last day to grab some seafood and catch some jams

 

Mistress America

Prytania, 12p.m.;2p.m.;4p.m.;6p.m.;8p.m.;10p.m.

A college freshman is seduced by her step-sister’s mad schemes

 

What So Not

Republic, 9p.m.

Australian electronic music project

 

September Open Mic & Slam

Old Marquer Theater, 6:30p.m.

Monthly slam and fundraiser 

 

Southern Decadence Walking Parade

Golden Lantern, 2p.m.

Pride and parades

Wednesdays On The Point Schedule Reveal


Right after Wednesday at the Square wraps their spring season, the good people of Algiers take over the slot. Today, the schedule for Wednesdays on the Point was released. Jon Cleary, Rebirth and Bonerama are just a few of the names on the roster.


Today in NOLA: 8.20.14


Mississippi Rail Company play the Algiers Ferry Dock for Wednesdays at the Point this evening, and Helen Gillet appears solo at Gasa Gasa tonight. Film buffs turn out for the CAC’s screening of director Chuck Workman’s documentary What Is Cinema? Plus, six new plays in sixty minutes, a trip to Senegal, and Louisiana’s history in the trans-Atlantic slave trade. See all the details for Wednesday night:


Today in NOLA: 8.13.14


Arthouse pop-up Shotgun Cinema returns tonight, with a screening of Marcel Camus’ Black Orpheus at the Marigny Opera House. The House of Blues is full of star power, with hip-hop soul diva Keyshia Cole downstairs and Texas singer-songwriter Jolie Holland upstairs. Plus, Wednesdays on the Point returns to Algiers. Keep reading for more film and music picks tonight:


Today in NOLA: 7.30.31


Chill out in Algiers tonight at Wednesdays on the Point with Bag of Donuts, the local cover band known for their outrageous costumes and KISS-style face paint. Plus, hardcore punk on Freret Street. On this day in 1812, William C. C. Claiborne became the first elected governor of Louisiana. Claiborne Avenue is named for him, as are Claiborne Counties in Mississippi and Tennessee. More events for Hump Day:


Today in New Orleans 7.17.13


Today, Tales of the Cocktail officially begins. On Algiers Point, Amanda Shaw and the Cute Guys are closing out a weekly music series. Former Led Zeppelin front man Robert Plant is playing the Mahalia Jackson. On this day in 1795, New Orleans’ first Bishop, Don Louis Cardenas, arrived in the city. Now, more hump day happenings.


Today in New Orleans 7.10.13


This Wednesday, head to Algiers Point for some free, live music. At the Mahalia Jackson, see UMOJA: the Spirit of Togetherness. On this day in 1974, Governor Edwin Edwards signed a bill that changed Grambling College to Grambling State University. Now, more hump day happenings.


Today in New Orleans 6.26.13


Today at Algiers Point, the New Orleans Suspects are taking to the stage. Uptown on Freret, an army of food trucks is posting up near Dat Dog. On this day in 1805, former Vice President of the U.S., Aaron Burr, arrived in New Orleans. Now, more hump day happenings. 


Today in New Orleans 6.19.13


The legendary Pat Benatar is performing at House of Blues, Bassik is on St. Claude, and there’s some Latin funk and jazz at Algiers Point. 60 Juneteenths ago, African-Americans in Baton Rouge began the nation’s first public bus boycott of the Civil Rights movement. Now, more to do this Wednesday.  


Today in New Orleans 6.12.13


Today, enjoy funk, indie, R&B, and more at Algiers Point! Mardi Gras Indian music is at the Howlin’ Wolf, and Walter “Wolfman” Washington is playing his weekly gig. On this day in 2011, Lil Wayne was featured on an episode of MTV Unplugged, making him the fourth rapper to ever appear on the show. Now, more hump day happenings. 


Today in New Orleans 5.29.13


As one “Wednesdays at the…” series ends, another begins. Close out Lafayette Square’s weekly concert series with Irvin Mayfield and Kermit Ruffins. Algiers Point is hosting Brass-A-Holics and the Lagniappe Brass Band to jumpstart their season. On this day in 1948, The Desire Streetcars stopped running. Now, more hump day happenings.


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Dead Huey Long, Emma Boyce, Elizabeth Davas, Ian Hoch, Lindsay Mack, Anna Gaca, Jason Raymond, Lee Matalone, Phil Yiannopoulos, Joe Shriner, Chris Staudinger, Chef Anthony Scanio, Tierney Monaghan, Stacy Coco, Rob Ingraham,

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Cheryl Castjohn, Sam Nelson

Theatre Critic

Michael Martin

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Brandon Roberts, Rachel June, Daniel Paschall

Film Critic

Jason Raymond

Puzzler

Paolo Roy

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Michael Weber, B.A.

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B. E. Mintz

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