Monthly Archive : 2015 January

UNO documentary: 'Wild Things'

Each autumn, as part of National Wildlife Week, the Southeast Louisiana Wildlife Refuge hosts Wild Things, a free one-day celebration highlighting native species of the Southeast Louisiana region. The interactive festival serves the purpose of engaging the community ... 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 »

Club spotlight: Saturn Bar

The venue: Saturn Bar Location: Bywater (3067 Saint Claude) Genres: Rock, blues, retro DJs Crowd: Uber-hipsters, Bywater senior citizens, after-hours adventurers Ambiance: Rowdy, grimy, loud Cover: $0-10 Deep in the mysterious Bywater galaxy, far past the familiar sights ... Read More »

How's Bayou?: Who dat say dey da king?

“Is that the king of the Mardi Gras?” a recent overnight guest at Madewood asked, as she raised her snifter of brandy and gestured toward the substantial, 5-by-4-foot painting that dominates the parlor. British artist Tom Phillips’s striking ... Read More »

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