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A Month to Remember: New Orleans Shines in January

This past January was an eventful month of music in which New Orleans witnessed more highlights than most of the world’s top cultural cities experience in a year. Memorable shows […]

Party City

I’ve been to a lot of parties in my time, but last night was one of the most phenomenal New Orleans parties—ever. The New Orleans Tourism and Marketing Corporation (NOTMC)—the local […]

Madonna: From Super Bowl to New Orleans

“It was curiously flat.” What halftime show was music industry critic Bob Lefsetz watching?  For those who wanted to see guys stand there and churn away on guitars, there wasn’t […]

Festival Season Kicks Off Early

One thing I can say about the sports impacting New Orleans: we have hosted more major sports events than any other city in the US.  That means tourist dollars. Even […]

The Season’s Over, and …

… for a while yesterday, I hoped that if nobody scored, maybe the Saints could keep the title for another year. That didn’t happen. … I thought National Anthem singers […]

Saints/Falcons Preview: Running Up the Score

Well that was rough. The Saints defense spotted the Ravens 21 points before settling down to hold them to three field goals the rest of the way. But it put […]

Now We Know …

[UPDATED BELOW] … what it feels like to have 1/3 of the city jammed into the CBD and Warehouse District. Three things came out of the Lombardi Gras/Dat Tuesday parade: […]

In Compliance

Saturday night before the wonderful ‘tit Rex Parade in the Bywater, guitarist Donald Miller said that he’d spend Super Bowl Sunday as he’d spent most Sundays this season – home, […]

A Beautiful Day

Rather than try to put Sunday into perspective, here’s the blow by blow: – Started at the Rock Bottom Lounge at 11:30 a.m. for the start of the Lady Rollers […]

Dazed and Confused

I’m trying to write about yesterday – a remarkable day in so many ways – but I’m pretty thoroughly stupified by it all and am still basking in the feeling […]