Juneteenth is celebrated to honor the day African American slaves in Texas found out they were free two years after the Emancipation Proclamation.
On Wednesday, June 19, the LaundryCares Foundation will host a Free Laundry Day event in New Orleans.
Seeking “to hear voices from all members of the LGBT Community and allies,” at the end of June the Louisiana LGBT Film Festival will launch on June 28.
The ‘Take Back Pride’ march, was aimed at reclaiming the radical spirit of the first pride, the New York City Stonewall riot in 1969.
This week, we’re going all out for one of our favorite local events: Pride Fest 2019.
For a few years now, Lee Circle has been statue-less and in need of a new name. Now, we may have a great idea on our hands. A new Change.org petition has popped up, wanting to turn the former Lee Circle in “Leah’s Circle”, after the recently passed away Leah Chase, famed New Orleans cook […]
Coming soon to a New Orleans movie venue near you will be a new screening series from Court 13 Arts.
New Orleans chef and civil rights icon Leah Chase passed away on Saturday, June 1, according to a statement released by her family. She was 96.
The Overlook Film Festival is one of horrific delights, giving local moviegoers fun scares from May 30th to June 2nd, 2019.
Author Rebecca Theim talks to writer Bill Arceneaux about the merger of The Advocate and the Times-Picayune, and what that might mean for New Orleans.
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