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New Orleans Film Festival Highlights, Saturday October 16

The 2010 New Orleans Film Festival continues today with a slew of good movies. Of particular note are the classic French new wave film Breathless, by the acclaimed director Jean-Luc […]

New Orleans Film Festival Highlights, Friday October 15

The 2010 New Orleans Film Festival begins tonight with a special screening of Welcome to the Rileys, a James Scott film featuring James Gandolfini and Melissa Leo as parents of […]

YouTube du Jour: Lenny Kravitz with Trombone Shorty in Paris

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqoS3u5XYGc[/youtube] Trombone Shorty is currently touring Europe, and at his Wednesday night concert at the New Morning club in Paris he received a special visit from friend and former bandleader […]

OffBeat Story in Best Music Writing 2010

Geoffrey Himes wrote “Beau Brothers” on the challenges for BeauSoleil for our February 2009 issue. That story has been included in Da Capo Press’ annual round-up of music journalism, Best […]

NOLA Underground Hip-Hop Award Nominees Finalized

As underground hip-hop in New Orleans continues to grow, it’s time to celebrate the artists and their music with the NOLA Underground Hip-Hop Awards, taking place Tuesday, October 19 from […]

DanFest Lends the NooMoon Tribe a Helping Hand

Updated: The NooMoon tribe looked to have good thing going this summer at their yearly music festival in Michigan. They managed to book some big acts, among them Of Montreal, […]

The Cafe Opening A Home for Local Rock

While the fight for Fat City goes on, a new club is opening in the neighborhood on Friday, when The Café opens its doors to the public with a party […]

Edward Sharpe and the Words of the Homeless

Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros are a 10-piece folk-rock band from Los Angeles that have garnered mainstream and critical attention with the release of their debut album Up from […]

YouTube du Jour: Preservation Hall Jazz Band

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXSrumZeAqU[/youtube] Clint Maedgen of the Preservation Hall Jazz Band assembled this photo and video montage of the Hall band on the road.

Warehouse Fest 2010 Saturday

After writing the song “As the River Cries” for the BP Oil Spill benefit album Give to the Gulf, Volume 2, Coleman Jernigan decided that he wanted to use music […]