In its third year, the InFringe Fest New Orleans – promoted with gusto by Mr. Martin – features a wide selection of daring, bold, dangerous, and brave theatre across many venues in the city. Comedy, drama, musical, burlesque, and even multi-media make up this year’s “Favor the Bold” theme, giving theatergoers as much to chew on as the thespians involved do.
On November 3, 2018, Extra Life will celebrate its 10th anniversary. In that 10 years, gamers from across the U.S. have raised more than $40 million for their local community Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Every dollar donated goes directly towards helping children receive the best care possible, regardless of their ability to pay.
You probably wouldn’t normally think that drag performance could mix with story readings, but this is New Orleans, and yes, indeed, they can. Seale Paterson of the Hubbel Branch brought The Drag Queen Story Hour to town in 2017.
Margaret Marley attended Barcon at Bad Wolf Bar on October 20. She recounts the night of games, music, and fun.
The Third Annual Wine on the River event will take place during National Wine Tasting Day. This occasion is a chance to trade taste testing tips and tricks.
Move over Mardi Gras – it’s time for some New Orleans Halloween fun! We’ve gathered a list of all of the free, family-friendly Halloween events.
For this week’s progressive’s lifestyle, I have an offering of three selections from this year’s event of cinephile delights, each different in subject and style, but similar in showcasing the talents and observations of multiple artists.
What better way to celebrate fall than to take yourself and your friends on a self-guided tour of the Tchoupitoulas brewery lineup?
The Bogalusa Blues & Heritage Festival is one of the most well-known music festivals of the Gulf Coast. In the past five years, the festival has quickly grown in both size and reputation. Their website proudly proclaims, “What New Orleans is to jazz, Bogalusa is to the blues.” Bogalusa Blues Fest Day One The highlight […]
I pull up to The Neutral Ground Coffee House as I, and many loyal patrons from New Orleans (and from all around), have many times before. I come to enjoy a delicious cup of coffee, a pot of tea, or perhaps one of their transcendent deserts. I come to watch music, play music, study, and […]
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