By Kelly Parker Contributing Writer Start spreadin’ the news: The St. Mary’s Academy band and marching unit are heading to the Big Apple. The all-girls
By Kelly Parker Contributing Writer It’s always festival season and the Big Easy, and one of our most renowned areas will once again commemorate music,
By Geraldine Wyckoff Contributing Writer Ponderosa Stomp Roots Out the Swamp Dogg The Ponderosa Stomp, taking place Thursday, October 3, through Saturday, October 5, at the Rock 'n Bowl, is all about celebrating, ... Music that’s all local, all the time
By Geraldine Wyckoff Contributing Writer Trombone Shorty Arrives with a New Album and Back Home It’s an album and a date that fans of Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews have been anxiously awaiting. Hot ... Kermit at Vaughn’s – An End of an Era
By Geraldine Wyckoff Contributing Writer For almost two decades, Kermit Ruffins’ Thursday night gig at Vaughn’s stood as a New Orleans institution. First populated by locals and then discovered by music-loving visitors ... Music everywhere for every taste
By Geraldine Wykcoff Contributing Writer There’s nowhere quite like Tipitina’s for some old-school vibe – it lives in the spot created for the late, great Professor Longhair. On Saturday, September 20, the ... Soul Sister’s ‘Gem Sessions’ : A ‘diamond in the rough’
By Geraldine Wyckoff Contributing Writer When Melissa Weber aka DJ Soul Sister noticed that noted modern jazz vibraphonist and drummer Warren Wolf and his group Wolfpack was going to be playing ... Jazz in the Park is back!
By Geraldine Wyckoff Contributing Writer Emanuel Lain, Jr. describes himself as the president, founder and “janitor” of the People United for Armstrong Park organization that kicks off its fourth season of its ... 11-year-old local talent selected to go to National Youth Theater Festival
By Kelly Parker Contributing Writer It takes most people a while to figure out what we want to do in life; but for some, the calling comes at a young age. In ... Tekrema Center commemorates Katrina Anniversary
By Geraldine Wyckoff Contributing Writer The importance of the arts in people’s lives has rarely been as evident as in the months and immediate years following Hurricane Katrina. The familiar beckoning of ...
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