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Jazz Fest Interviews You guys over the years have been a wonderful source of information; I thought I’d try you again to see if you could help me out. Do […]

Letters to the Editor

NOLA Lawlessness? We were in NOLA this weekend and went by Kermit’s Mother-in-Law Lounge and spent a little time under the bridge listening to the music and getting a bite […]

Letters to the Editor

Jazz Fest 2017 Amidst a rocking performance at Tipitina’s on Jazz Fest Eve, Anders Osborne serenaded the audience with a prolonged rendition of “Summertime in New Orleans,” accenting the “We […]

Letters to the Editor

No Cuba As a holder of a Lifetime subscription I’ve never been disappointed by an issue of OffBeat, but I guess there’s a first time for everything. At this year’s […]

JFB 2017 Letters to OffBeat Magazine

Charlie Sims He was a “minister” in the purest sense of the word. He and Donna served out the secrets of life: love, happiness, music, kind words, and physical sustenance… […]

Letters to the Editor

Best of the Beat I wanted to take a moment to thank you [Jan Ramsey, OffBeat] for all the hard work you do for the music community year after year. […]

October 2016 Letters to OffBeat

Too Many Festivals? The following letters are in response to Jan Ramsey’s blog post, “Spread Too Thin?” questioning if we have enough population capacity to make every single festival successful. […]

May 2016 Letters to OffBeat Magazine

CAPTURING INDIANS This letter is in response to Noé Cugny’s web post “LEH to host ‘Culture of Capture’” discussing fair usage rights for images and concerns with the changes of […]

May 2016 Letters to OffBeat Magazine

WWOZ These letters are in response to both Sam D’Arcangelo’s web post “WWOZ: A Way Forward?” and Jan Ramsey’s blog post “WWOZ, Where Does It End?” reporting on the resignation […]

April 2016 Letters to OffBeat Magazine

MARDI GRAS ATTENDANCE These letters are in response to Jan Ramsey’s blog post “Mardi Gras on the skids?” wherein she observed that the parade routes weren’t nearly as crowded with […]