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Today in NOLA 8.27.17


It's an artful day in New Orleans., no matter the rain First, see NOLA through the eyes of some of its greatest photographers. Cripple Creek Theatre presents its final staging of Caligula, while the Architecture & Design Film Festival presents the premiere of a local-focused documentary. Later on, socialize at the city's premiere art party. On this date in 1895, former governor Earl K. Long was born. Now, more ways to keep busy today.


Today in NOLA 6.27.17


This Tuesday, cool of in the Broad Theater for an intimate movie screening, support the songwriters of NOLA and hear some new material, get a classic rock fix with Boston, or see what’s up at Hi-Ho Lounge. On this day in 1897, legendary jazz drummer Antonio Sparbaro was born. Now, more to do this Tuesday. 

 


Broad Theater Discusses Women-Only Screening of 'Wonder Woman'


Art-house theater The Broad will join a handful of cinemas in America to offer a women-only screening of the new superhero film Wonder Woman. The Mid-City movie house spoke with NoDef about their decision to take part in the specialty screening, set to take place on Thursday (6.8). 


Patois Film Fest Returns to the Broad Theater


In the uncertain political climate of today, there is no shortage of social issues that warrant a large-scale platform — from immigration and healthcare reforms to LGBTQ rights, racial protests, and gender inequality. This week, some of the most contentious concerns of our time will be examined as Patois: New Orleans International Human Rights Film Festival brings focus to these issues through the lens of the camera. 


Today in NOLA 4.4.17


This Tuesday, snack on bites from over half a dozen food trucks at Rose F. Keller Library's EATmoor event. Author Linda Thurman discusses the Hollywood South, while aerial and circus artists perform at Cafe Istanbul. The Saenger hosts the traveling production of Broadway's "The Bodyguard." Today is ripe for political causes, from Equal Pay Day to the nationwide protest screening of "1984." On this day in 1764, the first official announcement in d'Abadie's journal of Acadians arrival in Louisiana. Now, more to do this Tuesday. 


Broad Theater to Take Part in ‘1984’ International Protest


It’s not often that people can take part in an auteur-directed protest. But this Tuesday (4.4) will mark an international arts statement, with almost 200 theaters across America, Canada, England, Sweden, and Croatia screening the dystopian drama “1984,” directed by Michael Radford. Art-house theater The Broad will rep New Orleans as the sole local cinema involved with the event. 

 


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Renard Boissiere, Evan Z.E. Hammond, Naimonu James, Wilson Koewing, J.A. Lloyd, Nina Luckman, Dead Huey Long, Alexis Manrodt, Joseph Santiago, Andrew Smith, Cynthia Via, Austin Yde

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