Monthly Archive : 2015 May


Food Porn: The cheesesteak episode

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Every now and again, in life, we have stories about food. Sometimes, that story is: "Hey, I had really great pancakes today!" Or, "This was the worst restaurant I've visited all year...harrumph!" But some food stories are so ... Read More »

NOLAbeings

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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 »

Kate Tempest brings her contemporary epic to New Orleans

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For an ancient art, the epic poem has experienced a long and slow near-demise. In preliterate times, the bardic storyteller traditionally served a variety of purposes: historian, entertainer, propagandist, even prophet — functions that bound a community together ... Read More »

AUDIO: 'Myrtle and Malpa'

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Bring Your Own is a nomadic storytelling series that takes place in living rooms, backyards and other intimate spaces within the community. Each month, seven storytellers have 7 minutes to respond to a theme. BYO airs on "All ... Read More »

An interview with Janet “Sula Spirit” Evans

Sula Janet Evans, left, performs live at French Quarter Fest with Zion Trinity at the Old U.S. Mint.

Sula Janet Evans is a singer-songwriter with the world beat/reggae band Zion Trinity and the lead singer of Mojuba, a band that focuses on sacred orisha music. She is also founding director of the Na’Zyia Doula Collective, a ... Read More »

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