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Anders Comes Alive

Since the hurricane, Anders Osborne has been around town more regularly, which is Nashville’s loss and our gain. He is recording a live album November 17 at Tipitina’s that will […]

The Power of Preserverance

Since Hurricane Katrina, Armstrong Park, the Municipal Auditorium and the Mahalia Jackson Center for Performing Arts have all remained closed. The first step to renovating and restoring the park was […]

Big Chief on the Battlefront

Big Chief Alfred Doucette of the Flaming Arrows Mardi Gras Indians is mad at Chris Rose. Last November, Rose wrote a column for the Times-Picayune called “1 Dead in Attic,” […]

The Best Medicine

Art courtesy of Peter Bagge (cartoonish second line poster) “Katrina killed my mom,” says New Orleans comedian/musician P.H. Fred’s MySpace page. In fact, his mother died of natural causes in […]

Jazz Fest Announces Musicians’ Application Guide

Bands wishing to play the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival presented by Shell need to submit press kits between September 1 and October 15, 2006. In an attempt to […]