Water Markers by Dedeaux, is a feature of the ‘Ten Years Gone’ exhibit at the New Orleans Museum of Art as the city prepares to observe the Tenth Anniversary of Katrina

NOMA’s ‘Ten Years Gone’ reflects on Katrina’s 10th Anniv.

By Fritz Esker Contributing Writer Ten Years Gone, an art exhibition marking the 10th anniv­ersary of Hurricane Katrina, will be on display from now until

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Live music in Crescent City makes ‘hump day’ much more bearable

By Geraldine Wyckoff Contributing Writer There have been an increasing number of locale-oriented, day-oriented music events that keep mid-week in New Orleans lively. Wednesdays at

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Cajun-Zydeco Festival set for Armstrong Park this weekend
By Geraldine Wyckoff Contributing Writer Music, like life, goes through transformations. As musical genius Quincy Jones wrote, “Everything must change, nothing stays the same.” Thankfully some folks hold on to traditions while ...
SWAC baseball tourney held in N.O. draws small crowd, critics cite lack of publicity
By Ryan Whirty Contributing Writer Last Sunday, May 17, Texas Southern swamped Southern University, 10-0, in the championship game of the SWAC baseball tournament in New Orleans. And while SU coach Roger Cador ...
Negro League legend to be inducted in N.O. Professional Baseball Hall of Fame
By Ryan Whirty Contributing Writer New Orleans University graduate and Negro Leagues legend Dave Malarcher on June 6 will become the second local segregation-era African-American figure inducted into the New Orleans ...
Musical Notes of interest in and around the Big Easy
By Geraldine Wyckoff Contributing Writer Trombone Shorty By Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews Illustrated by Bryan Collier (Abrams Books for Young Readers) “This is a story about music,” writes Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews in this warmly told, ...
Music community’s tributes to Trumpet Black Hill: Outpourings of love and respect
By Geraldine Wyckoff Contributing Writer When vocalist/trombonist Glen David Andrews and the New Breed Brass Band perform at this Thursday’s (May 21) edition of the Jazz in the Park series, the show ...
Youth vocal competition seeks new talent
The New Orleans Opera Association announced last week the creation of an annual youth vocal competition for all Louisiana high school students. The competition is open to students in their ...
New Orleans’ ‘Mother of Music’ being honored
By Mason Harrison Contributing Writer Local artists will honor a staple of the city’s gospel community later this month at an annual gathering of the South­ern General Mis­sionary Baptist Chur­ch Assoc­ia­tion. For ...
TRAVIS ‘TRUMPET BLACK’ HILL August 7, 1987 – May 4, 2015
Trumpeter, Travis Hill dies from dental infection
By Geraldine Wyckoff Contributing Writer Travis “Trumpet Black” Hill was a genuine rising star in his hometown of New Orleans and was quickly gaining world-wide attention. The trumpeter and vocalist, who was ...

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