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Le Petit Theatre Celebrates 100th Anniversary With Curtain Call Ball

Le Petit Théâtre de Vieux Carré is hosting its second annual fundraiser, The Curtain Call Ball, on September 9 to celebrate its 100th anniversary while also raising funds to sustain […]

THNOC Announces Fall Concerts in the Courtyard Lineup

Concerts in the Courtyard, an ongoing music series presented by The Historic New Orleans Collection, returns for its ninth year on Friday, September 16, featuring a performance from Walter “Wolfmann” […]

Hannibal Buress hosts surprise benefit in NOLA this Friday

Huka Entertainment and Hell Yes Fest just announced a surprise benefit concert by Hannibal Buress at Joy Theatre tomorrow night. All proceeds will go to the Louisiana flood fund. Tickets […]

WWNO Broadcaster Jack Hopke Announces Retirement

WWNO’s afternoon program host Jack Hopke will retire on August 31, after having presented news and music on WWNO 89.9 FM for the last thirteen years.  But Jack’s mellifluous voice will […]

OffBeat Weekly Poll:​ Complete Our Poll for A Chance To Win​ Tickets for
THE HOT 8 BRASS BAND

Take our poll, and get a chance to win two tickets to see the Hot 8 Brass Band live at the Howlin’ Wolf Den on Sunday, September 4.  Last week’s winners will […]

Martini Week Pits New Orleans Bars Against Each Other in Search of Best Take on a Classic Cocktail

Martini Week will pit six New Orleans bars against one another in a search for the best new specialty martini in the city. The Bombay Club, Vessel, Cafe Adelaide, New […]

New Orleans Film Festival Unveils Feature Competition Lineup

The 27th annual New Orleans Film Festival unveiled the lineup for its feature competition earlier this week. The competition will include 27 films spread out over three categories–Narrative, Documentary and […]

The Lost Bayou Ramblers release live recording of their first performance to benefit flood victims

The first time Louis and Andre Michot played together as the Lost Bayou Ramblers, the show ended up spilling out of Café Rue Vermilion and into the streets of downtown […]

In Case You Forgot, Nicolas Cage Owns a Pyramid Tomb in New Orleans

There’s a lot to wrap your head around in the world these days. From civil wars and elections to Brexits, climate change and the moral failings of intoxicated American swimmers, […]