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Van Hunt: Thinning the Herd

Last night’s Van Hunt show at Tipitina’s presented easily the most uncompromising popular music I’ve heard since Sparks. He found his audience through his self-titled debut album that presented him […]

Nothing Pretty

His time in New Orleans was transitional for Nine Inch Nails’ Trent Reznor. In Pretty Hate Machine, Daphne Carr examines not the early days of the band but its impact […]

Good Deed on a Dime at Liberty’s Kitchen and Cafe Reconcile

For many of us, giving a donation to a charitable cause is a great idea in theory but a challenge in reality. If you’re not able to cough up that […]

Lost in the Moment

Yesterday’s Saints game had more than its share of drama, from the amazing comeback to the emotional start of the game with Steve Gleason – showing the effects of ALS […]

Pearl Jam at Zeitgeist

Zeitgeist Multi-Disciplinary Arts Center is showing Pearl Jam Twenty nightly at 9:30 p.m. through Thursday. The documentary film by Cameron Crowe includes previously unseen footage of the band over the […]

Voodoo Experience News: Mastodon, A-Trak, Snoop Dogg, GIVERS

Heavy rock band Mastodon will play The Voodoo Experience on Saturday, October 29. Its new album, The Hunter, is due out Tuesday, but the band has made the whole record […]

The Last Supper of The Man Who Ate New Orleans

[Updated] On October 21, Rev. Ray Cannata, star of the upcoming film The Man Who Ate New Orleans, will complete his goal of eating at every restaurant in New Orleans. […]

Oozing Treme

An ongoing concern about Treme is how it plays to an audience that isn’t pre-sold on New Orleans. Season two has started in England, where the second episode recently aired. […]

All on a Monday in New Orleans…

I thought you would enjoy this piece written by Gaynielle “Queen G” Neville about how music flows from generation to generation, from the death of a treasured New Orleans musical […]

Bring the Noise

In the wake of the bust of Bacchanal, supporters of live music in the city have portrayed government as being anti-live music. I don’t think that’s true in the sense […]