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New Orleans Music Community Protests Cultural Regulation with Second Line April 25

There is no doubt that awareness is spreading with lightning speed around the Crescent City about the current City administration’s methods of re-enforcing 30 – 50 year old entertainment venue […]

Newhouse Is People Too

In recent days, New Orleanians have been agonizing over the downsizing of the Times-Picayune by the parent Newhouse corporation. The loss of jobs in a town this closely knit has […]

Fest Focus: Ziggy Marley and Bruce Springsteen

Jazz Fest artists in the news: — TheNation.com recently ran a passage on the growth of Bruce Springsteen‘s (Apr. 29, Acura Stage, 4:30 p.m.) political voice from an upcoming book […]

Tide and Talk

UPDATED: Saturday, the Howlin’ Wolf was full of tables, the better to support laptops operated by the bloggers present for Rising Tide 5, the bloggers’ conference focused on New Orleans’ […]

When Will Music Be “All Dat?”

I’m hoping that the post-Superbowl glow that everyone in the city has doesn’t end for a while. In fact, I hope we can think positively about New Orleans for at […]