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Rosa Keller Library (5:00-9:00 PM)
My House NOLA presents a rolling food vendor mini festival
The Antenna Gallery (7:00 PM)
A series of music-themed movies and documentaries, curated and hosted by DJ Soul Sister, and co-presented by Charitable Film Network, Press Street, and WWOZ
Jewish Community Center (7:30 PM)
The second evening of a chamber music festival that has something for classical aficionados and dilettantes alike
Circle Bar (10:00 PM)
Catch the Indie rockers on their North American tour
NoDef Numbers, June 6-13
Last week, forged folk art was outed in court, the principal of St. Augustine High School was removed twice, and, as ever, politicians were preoccupied with hunting feral rodents. As Bobby Jindal turned 40, we were beginning to wonder if the news was finally going over the hill. Luckily, the numbers were lurking behind the news to put things into perspective. Get some numerary therapy by clicking through.
NoDef Numbers, May 31 - June 6
This week, New Orleans' greatest commercial finally went viral, NOLA took a page from the Gotham playbook, and, as ever, emotions ran high when the topic was crawfish. The heat may be casting a haze over your brain's ability to comprehend the latest developments, so click on through, and allow the numbers to make sense of it all for you.
NoDef Numbers, May 23-30
This week, a City Hall contractor was actually convicted of a crime, a Colombian lost in Jean Lafitte National Park sparked a huge search effort, and, as ever, a dignitary showed off some bling. Local news items were thrown at us with incredible pace last week. Raise your retention rate with a look at the numbers that informed the developments:
NoDef Numbers, May 17-23
This week, Bounce took one giant leap toward its national breakthrough as we learned what it takes to get a woman's number at Wal-Mart, the Corps of Engineers raced to finish a flood protection system before hurricane season and, as ever, some kids took a senior prank a bit too far. Every week, the news only seems to get stranger. Let the numbers behind the news help break it down. Click through to see the rundown.
NoDef Numbers, May 9-16
This week, Mississippi River flooding forced the state to open a spilway for the first time in more than 30 years, a man got a life sentence for a marijuana conviction, and, as ever, Twitter got an athlete into trouble. Let the numbers pull the curtain back on the mysteries these developments hold. Click through for our weekly index.
NoDef Numbers, May 3 - May 9
This week, the City of New Orleans rekindled its love of luxury cars, a politician released his birth certificate without the cajoling of Donald Trump, and, as ever, Trombone Shorty was everywhere. With the good times of JazzFest leaving a news vacuum, NoDef Numbers offers to bring things up to speed. Click that "Read More" to see the numbers behind the news.
NoDef Numbers, April 26-May 2
This week, the state legislature opened its fiscal session with a lot of talk about science and birth, Ian Hoch exposed the true nature of JazzFest, and, as ever, hardended police veterans realized they hadn't, in fact, seen it all. This news cycle is a little crowded (thanks, Barry), but take a look back at last week with the numbers behind the news. Give that little "Read More" a click. Stat!
NoDef Numbers, April 19-25
This week, the first anniversary of the Big Oozy was marked with a hoax, lawsuits and payouts, ground was broken for a giant state hospital that a group of consultants said was too giant and, as ever, Bill Murray was kind of an asshole - but a funny one! Developments were confusing, but a look at the numbers inside the news can provide the elixir of order.
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