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Five Questions with Amy Dailey Williams, Executive Director, New Orleans Photo Alliance/PhotoNOLA

What is the mission of PhotoNOLA? PhotoNOLA is a program of the New Orleans Photo Alliance and its mission is to encourage the understanding and appreciation of photography through exhibitions, […]

My Music: Keiko Komaki

“Piano was my first instrument. I started to play when I was five years old; my mom wanted my older sister and I to learn. We grew up listening to […]

Five Questions with Ms. Linda Green

How did you learn to cook? I learned to cook through my mother and grandmother—they taught me how to cook. My mother retired after 30 years cooking with Orleans Parish […]

My Music with Unicorn Fukr

I never intended to do anything more than just collect records and spin them at home and have friends over. I wasn’t trying to do it as a career. But […]

My Music with “Lucky” Lee Hendler

“I got the nickname when I was working with Lucky Peterson, a blues artist that I started touring with in my twenties, when I went around the Chitlin’ Circuit with […]

Soundcheck: Five Questions with Doug Kershaw

What does it take to be a good fiddle player? Well, talent doesn’t hurt. I come from a fiddle-playing family—I started at five years old. At seven my dad died […]

Gravy, “Get Busy Living” (Independent)

Gravy announce a new sound, a new vibe, on this stellar recent release with blissful authority right from the start: The filthy old-school funk groove of opening track “Uptown Getdown” […]

Derek Trucks talks back

Derek Trucks met his wife Susan Tedeschi in July 1999 in New Orleans at the Saenger Theatre. Already an accomplished prodigy and slide-guitar virtuoso, Trucks has since forged a family […]

A TALE OF TWO TALENTS: Powerhouse DJs come together

“When I got the call, I was thrilled,” Melissa Weber—DJ Soul Sister—says of a recent chat she had with Mannie Fresh. For many across the globe, Mannie Fresh (born Byron […]

Soundcheck: Five Questions with Kathryn Rose Wood, singer-songwriter and music therapist

How does music apply to psychological healing? Music is a non-confrontational medium to address difficult issues. Conventional talk therapy can be pretty intimidating, [but] you’d be hard pressed to find […]