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Today in NOLA 3.15.17

This Wednesday is for the ladies. Rock legends Stevie Nicks and Chrissie Hynde are blowing up the arena, while Voodoo Priestess Kalindah Laveaux will play the Mint. Soul Queen of New Orleans Irma Thomas will be in Lafayette Square for a free evening show. On this day in 1729, a ceremony was held for Sister Stanislas Hachard at the Ursuline Convent to make her the first woman to become a Catholic nun in the United States. Now, more to do today. 

Bottle Rocket To Dazzle NOLA Drive-In

by Sean Rhoads

If we happen to survive the Rapture, at least there will be an event to set the post-apocalyptic mood. Tomorrow night, New Orleans Film Society shows Bottle Rocket, Wes Anderson's debut film, drive-in style. The screeing is the second in the Society's NOLA Drive-In series, held for cyclists and drivers alike on top of the old Schwegmann's in Mid-City (N. Broad and Bienville). For the uninitiated, Bottle Rocket is Anderson's least-seen movie, but maybe his most heartfelt and unmannered.

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