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Free Ned Sublette

Writer/musician Ned Sublette grew up in Natchitoches, Louisiana, and his recent book, The Year Before the Flood, documents his time in New Orleans in 2004 and 2005. In it, he […]

YouTube du Jour: Morikeba Kouyate

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bfam8n10q5w[/youtube] Kora griot Morikeba Kouyate visited the OffBeat offices last month and gave an impromptu performance.

YouTube du Jour: Dr. John

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8E7nv83KAIw[/youtube] A cool, freaky Dr. John home movie to accompany “Where You At, Mule.”

Live Review: The Flaming Lips at Voodoo, Take Two

[Earlier in the week, we published Lauren Noel’s review of the Flaming Lips’ November 1 show at Voodoo. Our Kathleen McCann had a different take on it.] I can’t say […]

YouTube du Jour: Sean Yseult’s Art Collection

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nU3ko02WPPY[/youtube] Rock City Morgue’s Sean Yseult talks art collection before Saturday’s opening of “Pretty Babies,” her art show with Louis St. Lewis at Canary Gallery (329 Julia St.).

Voodoo Music Experience – Halloween Day Photos

Photos taken by Hunter King on Halloween day at Voodoo Music Experience 2009 [flickr-gallery mode=”photoset” photoset=”72157622623180605″]

Victory Theater Opens Today

“We’re into stories,” said Dr. Nick Mueller, the CEO and director of the National World War II Museum. This morning,  the museum will celebrate the grand opening of its new wing […]

Flickr Me

There are more of you than there are of us, so we’d like you to help us cover New Orleans. We invite professional and amateur photographers and videographers to upload […]

YouTube du Jour: Hotshot the Robot

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BH9nTq0Qy58[/youtube] OffBeat Magazine’s Alex Rawls interviews Hotshot the Robot at the 2009 Voodoo Music Experience

Live Review: The Flaming Lips at Voodoo November 1, 2009

You could definitely tell it was the last day of a packed Voodoo weekend. No matter how hard Wayne Coyne tried, the rarely worn-out New Orleans crowd was tired. As […]