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Today in New Orleans 8.18.13

Think you know the best burger in town? Come out to Generations Hall for a burger battle to fight hunger in New Orleans. Brave men can tryout today for the 610 Stompers, and the Zephyrs are playing on Airline. On this day in 1779, a hurricane struck New Orleans and destroyed all but one Spanish ship. Now, more to do this Sunday. 

Today in New Orleans: 7.30.13

Today, American Idol comes to the Lakefront Arena, a notable Louisiana author brings his unique tale of zombies to Octavia Books and the Zephyrs return home. Plus, there's jazz on Frenchmen because that's what Tuesdays are for. Happy birthday to Buddy Guy, who was born in Lettsworth, La., in 1936. Click through for all today's tidbits:

Today in New Orleans 5.31.13

Tonight, plays Clybourne Park and Buttboy and Tigger continue, the Zephyrs take on the Round Rock Express, and there’s live music from Toulouse to Freret. On this day in 1964, the original Canal streetcar line ran for the last time. Now, more to do this Friday.

South Beach Express: Bad News for Zephyrs

by Mike Horst

The Zephyrs dropped a heartbreaker yesterday up in Metairie 3-2 in 13 innings to the Tacoma Rainiers. Rainiers’ top prospect, Nick Franklin, clubbed a solo home run off of Z’s reliever Jonathan Abaladejo in the top of the 13th for the winning run. Abaladejo got collared with the loss and saw his ERA tick up to a sky-high 8.04 on the season. Catcher Jeff Mathis, down from Miami on a rehab assignment, hit a homer of his own into left field in the 4th inning.

Zephyrs Split Four Games in Albuquerque

by Mike Horst

The New Orleans Zephyrs earned a four game series split in Albuquerque with a wild 9-8 victory over the Albuquerque Isotopes Monday afternoon in 11 innings. Matt Downs knocked in Ed Lucas in the top of the 11th for the winning run. Jordan Smith pitched two innings in relief to get the win. The win raises the Z’s record to 14 wins and 15 losses on the 2013 season.

Zephyrs’ Bats Come Alive in Return to Metairie

by Mike Horst

The New Orleans Zephyrs won 6-3 on Monday night over the Omaha Storm Chasers. It was the Z’s first game back from an eight game road trip and they treated the Zephyr Field faithful to a long overdue offensive display. Ed Lucas and Ben Lasater each homered in the first inning and the team never looked back.

Zephyrs Weekly: Lucas Shines in Up-and-Down Road Trip

by Mike Horst

Our New Orleans Zephyrs have spent a lot of time outside of the Crescent City to start the season. Fourteen of their first twenty-two games in the 2013 season have been away from the Shrine on Airline, including all games since last Monday's home encounter. Most recently, the team finished up their most recent sojourn with a 5-3 loss in Oklahoma City on Sunday afternoon.

Today in New Orleans 4.16.13

This morning, head to the Riverbend and make groceries at this week’s farmers market. Tonight, theater, live music, movie screenings, and more. New Orleans was officially founded on April 16, 1718. Now, more to do this Tuesday. 

Aces Fold to Zephs in Shutout

The New Orleans Zephyrs pitching staff combined to strikeout 14 batters, including eight from starter Darin Downs, to defeat the Reno Aces 4-0 on Sunday night at Zephyr Field.

Z's Lose It Late

The woes continue for Mr. Nutria's Boys of Bummer. The New Orleans Zephyrs had been 25-0 this season when leading after six innings. That came to an end on Monday night, as the Memphis Redbirds rallied for four runs in the bottom of the eighth to beat the Z's, 5-3.

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