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Week in review

Your week got the better of you and you missed a beat or two on NolaVie. You can catch up on local cultural arts news in NolaVie’s Week in Review, featuring a snapshot of the week’s features, published every Saturday.

Beasts delight at Dirty Linen Night

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The Foundation Gallery will have a Dirty Linen Night showcase featuring Jane Talton's anthropomorphic depictions of 15th and 16th century northern Renaissance paintings.

 

LOCOfilm's latest shines a light on 'The Lot'

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Locally inspired and filmed movie from LOCOfilm "The Lot" garners national recognition as a finalist in Indewire's project of the month contest.

 

An oasis in a food desert

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As part of our Voices of the Lower Ninth series, we talk to Tia Henry, who, along with her husband and sister-in-law, dedicated four years to opening neighborhood food oasis Cafe' Dauphine in a Katrina-ravaged building.
A virtual gallery: Ninth Ward snapshots Part I

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A photo gallery featuring some of the physical landmarks that characterize the Lower Ninth Ward neighborhood.

 

Finding an ancient healing practice in New Orleans

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Local practitioner of Jin Shin Jyutsu, an ancient Japanese form of accupressure,Cily Winkeler uses the healing craft to help ailing clients.

 

House of Dance and Feathers

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As part of our Voices of the Lower Ninth series, we talk to Ronald Lewis, the face and mind behind neighborhood cultural museum House of Dance and Feathers.

 

VIDEO: 'The New Movement Theater'

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A short documentary about New Orleans comedy theater The New Movement Theater's recent expansion.