Monthly Archive : 2014 August

Films put the labor back into Labor Day

Cinema Reset brings the message of labor back to Labor Day with three thought-provoking documentaries plus a special Open Screen, New Orleans showing of original shorts. The program, "Heroes: A Labor Day Screening Event," will take place Monday, Sept. 1, from 3 ... Read More »

Virtual gallery: Brewsiana

Last Saturday, The House of Blues hosted their Brewsiana festival, an evening of craft beer, gastro-pub food pairings from HOB restaurant Crossroads and live music. The beer selection included 21 rare and seasonal varieties from 8 local Breweries including ... Read More »

7 flood safety tips for New Orleans residents

A system in the Gulf may bring heavy rain to the area over the weekend, potentially causing flash flooding. Nonprofit organization Federal Alliance for Safe Homes (FLASH) has compiled a list of flood-related tips to keep New Orleans residents ... Read More »


This is the third in a series spotlighting some of the best places to hear live music around the city. Name: The BEATnik Location: Central City (1638 Clio St.) Genres: Indie rock, acoustic, alt-country, punk, blues Crowd: All ... Read More »


Multimedia artist Claire Bangser created NOLAbeings as a portrait-based story project that marries image and text. Inspired by the Humans of NY project, it stems from the belief that we can all learn from one anothers' stories. Primarily ... Read More »

Culture Collision 6: Pictures with the queen

Queen Elizabeth starts HER day by reading NolaVie. Or at least that's what she informed attendees at Culture Collision 6. The event brought together cultural organizations and their audiences in a lively evening at the World War II Museum on Wednesday. ... Read More »

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