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Jazz Fest Changes for Sunday

The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival presented by Shell starts tomorrow, but it’s had a few zero-hour lineup changes for Sunday. King Sunny Ade and his African Beats had […]

Slideshow: The Andrews Cousins at Home in the Treme

In this month’s Jazz Fest Bible issue of OffBeat John Swenson looks at the Andrews family’s roots in the Treme neighborhood that Troy “Trombone Shorty”, James, and Glen David all […]

One Night, 100 Photographers

PhotoNOMA is not a typical museum browse. The New Orleans Photo Alliance (NOPA), in partnership with The New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA), will host an interactive portfolio night featuring […]

Jazz Fest Bible Received in the Mail Today

We mail the magazine to ourselves to monitor how long the mail takes to be delivered. The Jazz Fest Bible was placed in the mail to all of our subscribers […]

G-Eazy Premieres New Video, Album

As Friday night concludes another week, the Republic’s “Throwback” night is packed with New Orleans locals and college students dressed in stark white and dabbed with neon paint. It’s April […]

YouTube du Jour: “Ya Heard Me?”

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYZgp8vYsU8[/youtube]On Thursday, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art opens “Where They At: New Orleans Bounce and Hip-Hop in Words and Pictures.” The multimedia show by Alison Fensterstock and Aubrey Edwards […]

Slideshow: Rare, Vintage Allman Brothers Band Photos

In our May 2010 Jazz Fest Bible issue, Randy Savoie reports on the illuminating memories photographer Sidney Smith has of his time as a teenager photographing the Allman Brothers Band. […]

King Sunny Ade Off Jazz Fest

King Sunny Ade and his African Beats were scheduled to tour North America this spring – including a performance on the Congo Square Stage Sunday, April 25 at the New […]

Tom Sancton’s “Songs” Staged Monday at Tulane

The year is 1954, and New Orleanians from every walk of life have gathered for the funeral of the great trumpeter Oscar “Papa” Celestine. The air is thick with the […]

Songwriters Festival Sponsors Year of the Song Contest

The state of Louisiana has declared 2010 “The Year of the Song,” and in honor of that, the New Orleans Songwriters Festival is now taking submissions for the “Louisiana Year […]