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samedi

February 6th

Madeon

Joy Theater, 10p.m.

Also ft. Skylar Spence

 

Soul Rebels

Gasa Gasa, 11p.m.

Post-parade jams

 

Pelicans v. Cavaliers

Quicken Loans Arena, 6:30p.m.

Nola vs. Cleveland

 

Krewe of Endymion

Mid-City, 4:15p.m.

One of the three Super Krewes

 

Sexual Thunder

Maple Leaf, 10p.m.

Carnival Romp!

dimanche

February 7th

9th Annual Bacchus Bash

Tip’s, 10p.m.

Presented by Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue

 

Krewe of Bacchus

Uptown, 5:15p.m.

Party with the Greek god of wine

 

Krewe of Thoth

Uptown, 12p.m.

Grab 3-D necklaces and stuffed polar bears

 

Joe Krown Trio

Maple Leaf, 10p.m.

Post-Bacchus bash

Lundi Gras

February 8th

Krewe of Orpheus

Uptown, 6p.m.

Usually with big musical guests

 

Quintron & Miss Pussycat’s Annual Lundi Gras Party

One Eyed Jacks, 9p.m.

With guests BABES, Ernie Vincent and more

 

Bundi Gras

Hi-Ho Lounge, 10p.m.

BateBunda, Rusty Lazer, LoveBomb Go-Go and Valerie Sassyfras

 

Tank and the Bangas

Gasa Gasa, 10p.m.

With Alexis & the Samurai

 

Galactic

Tip’s, 10p.m.

Post-parade jams

 

Pelicans v. Timberwolves

Target Center, 7p.m.

New Orleans takes on Minnesota

Mardi Gras

February 9th

The Fattest Tuesday All Day Extravaganza

Hi-Ho Lounge, 1p.m.

Music and the Krewe of Booze

 

Krewe of Zulu

Uptown, 8a.m.

Awake? Catch yourself a coconut.

 

Krewe of Rex

Uptown, 10a.m.

The King of Carnival

 

Mardi Gras with Rebirth Brass Band

Maple Leaf, 10p.m.

Celebrate Fat Tuesday with your favorites

 

2 Chainz + Migos

Saenger, 8p.m.

Mardi Gras Madness

mercredi

February 10th

Pelicans v. Jazz

Smoothie King Center, 7p.m.

Nola back home to take on Utah

 

Mildred Pierce

Prytania, 10a.m.

A mother heads towards disaster in this film noir

 

Station Eleven

Garden District, 6p.m.

By Emily St. John Mandel

 

World Music Wednesday

Maple Leaf, 8p.m.

This week ft. Cole Williams Band

Today in NOLA: 12.3.14


Today in 2005, the National World War II Museum re-opened post Katrina. The WWII Museum’s charming vocal trio takes a turn busting out 40s era musical classics at 11:45a.m. to ring in the holidays.  Tonight Common performs at the Howlin’ Wolf. Big Sam’s Funky Nation is at the Maple Leaf, and Leah Rucker sings at Dos Jefes Uptown Cigar Bar.


LPO, John Goodman Join Forces for Veterans Day at WWII Museum


by Joe Shriner

The Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra has partnered up with the National WWII Museum, presenting a Veterans Day evening concert recognizing and celebrating those whom have served in the U.S. Armed Forces. Conducted by James Paul, the LPO is performing famous works by American composers and presenting a new piece that pays tribute to Americans both currently and formerly serving in the military.


NOPD: Mystery Device Near WWII Museum was Fireworks


The mystery device found Wednesday night near the World War II museum was designed for an explosion, but not the kind that the bomb squad is designed to protect against, according to NOPD.  According to spokesman officer Garry Flot, the device that shut down the streets in the area is supposed to produce a pyrotechnic display


GE Gives WWII Museum New Teaching Tools


Visitors of all ages love the World War II Museum's fighter jets and simulators, but for many local kids, the life-sized machines are more than just really big toys. GE employees, military, Medal of Honor recipient General Jim Livingston, and Sci Academy students gathered under the Boeing airplanes of the World War II Museum this morning to demonstrate the new educational tools developed from the GE Foundation’s $750,000 donation.


Today's Events 8.12.12


 

This Sunday, put on your beret and check out the French Film Festival at the Prytania, then catch some more French-inspired music with Bruce Daigrepont’s Fais Do Do at Tip’s. Later on, Eletronica fans can make a stop at One Eyed Jack’s for “The Drive Tour,” and bass heads can worship at the Dragon’s Den for Bass Church. Today in our state’s history, Professor Longhair’s single “Bald Head,” entered the R&B charts in 1950, and the late R&B singer Percy Mayfield was born in Minden, Louisiana.


Sworn on the 4th of July

Independence Day Brings Citizenship to 50 at the World War II Museum



For many festive Americans, Independence Day means patriotic bandanas, backyard barbeques, and recreational explosives. However, for a handful of New Orleanians, July 4 will take on a very personal meaning as their first day as United States citizens.


Independence Day in New Orleans


Today is Fourth of July! Celebrations at the National WWII Museum, the French Market and Riverwalk, Pontchartrain Park, Algiers Ferry Dock, Bayou St. John, and Mandeville. On this day in history, blues pianist Champion Jack Dupree was born in New Orleans (1910), trumpeter Shamarr Allen was born in New Orleans (1980), and our nation was born (1776).


Today in New Orleans: 6.6.12


Today, one free Wednesday concert series ends as another begins, hear guitar masters at the Old U.S. Mint, and send off Jean-Eric at their last show in New Orleans tonight at Siberia. On this day in Louisiana history, the first slaves arrived in Louisiana (1716), Jean Lafitte’s brother, Pierre, was arrested and accused of piracy by order of Gov. WCC Claiborne (1814), Dillard University was chartered in New Orleans (1869). Now, here's more about today's offerings:


Real Band of Brothers Lands at WWII Museum


Art imitates Life. However, sometimes, Life is much more important. Today, castmembers from HBO's Band of Brothers and The Pacific will be joined at World War II Museum by the actual veterans portrayed in the miniseries. Beginning at 4:00 PM, members of Easy Company and their counterparts from the Pacific Theater will field questions and chat with actors and patrons alike. The evening will also feature the premier of A Celebration of Heroes, a Spielberg film about all veterans.


Today's Events: 11.9.11


Today, Norman Rockwell is the topic at the WWII Museum, Keith Sonnier talks sculpting light at NOMA and The Urban Voodoo Machine (+beaucoup others) play Allways Lounge. In purer times, Pilgrims boarded the Mayflower in Cape Cod, MA (1620), Jack the Ripper killed his last known victim, Mary Jane Kelly (1888), the first issue of Rolling Stone Magazine was published (1967), Spiro Agnew (1918), Tom Fogerty (1941), Susan Tedeschi (1970), and Sisco (1978) were born, and Charles de Gaulle died (1970); and it's World Freedom Day. So get liberated with these:


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