From the south to the east coast, Lil Yachty has been making music the whole way, and he is making his way back to the hot, sticky south on Sunday, August 13. He will be performing at The Joy Theater on Sunday, and the concert begins at 8:00 PM. You can get tickets here, and also check out his newest video "Forever Young."
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NolaVie and UNO partner together to put students in the community and provide the community with documentary films about the people and places that make this city vibrant. UNO student and filmmaker Jordan Joseph talks with dancer and choreographer Nikki Hefko about her life of leotards and tights and how that has lead her to being the owner and director of The New Orleans School of Ballet. Read More »
Editor's Note: A group of Taylor students and scholars recently joined Mrs. Phyllis Taylor to celebrate their academic accomplishments. Some of the brightest, most creative, and hard-working students are in New Orleans--developing community centers as school projects, juggling ... Read More »
The Freeport-McMoRan Audubon Species Survival Center, located on the West Bank of New Orleans, is a 1,000 acre plot of land dedicated to research and preservation. What can you find here? A frozen zoo. A glow-in-the-dark cat. And ... Read More »
We have a lot of different creatures in New Orleans, and we love to feature them. This week, the Audubon Nature Institute tells us about Andro and Louie, two lemurs who were born on May 14. Read More »
In New Orleans, we have all kinds of traditions, and many of us do not know the roots or the reasons for these traditions, so we will be unmasking as many of them as we can. We have all seen the Voodoo tours, the Voodoo ceremonies, and the Voodoo practitioners that walk the streets of New Orleans, so here is a bit more about ghede, the voodoo spirits of death and fertility. Read More »
This week, the Audubon Nature Institute tells us about Casey (Gorilla) and Berani (Orangutan) who will be heading to new homes. They will be leaving as part of a strategy forged by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) to address the survival of their respective species, and Audubon wants to say their goodbyes. As do we. Read More »