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.
This Sunday, the public is invited to bring in a dream and receive a one-on-one consultation with a “Dream Team” of experienced dream practitioners.
Musician Trombone Shorty and actress Alfre Woodard visit Homer A. Plessy Community School to check out the launch of the Turnaround Arts Program, which aims to turn around low-performing schools, narrow the achievement gap, and increase student engagement through the arts.
Not-for-profit organization The CookBook Project educates local youth about nutrition and global cuisine through series of interactive workshop classes.
Behind the scenes at iconic NOLA haunted house House of Shock.
Creator of local bow tie outfitter NOLA Beaux Ties Dave Holt says a dog in a dog in a bow tie served as the original inspiration for his company.
The first of three podcasts from Goat in the Road Production's new play Numb, a performance that explores the complicated history of anesthesiology and 19th century medicine.