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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.

From Bahia to the Bayou: Music from north east Brazil

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A sneak peek of a special Music at the Mint concert to be held this Saturday, featuring Edward Anderson and visiting musicians from north east Brazil.

 

Crawfish vs. crayfish

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Preeminent Louisiana crawfish historian Sam Irwin and guest blogger Dennis Lanning take on the "craw-fish" versus "cray-fish" debate.

 

The Hub: A guide to bicycle infrastructure

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Bike guest blog columnist Anneka Olsen explains how a city's bicycling infrastructure influences and limits who rides on the streets.

 

VIDEO: #CharacterADay

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Each week, our new video and guest blog mini-series highlights a humorous character sketch, from comedian CJ Hunt of The New Movement.

 

 

AUDIO: Lessons from a glass house

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Audio from nomadic storytelling series Bring Your Own: Sometimes people in glass houses aren’t as aware as you might expect.

 

The Beatles then and now

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Fifty years from this past Tuesday, The Beatles performed in New Orleans at City Park. We take a look at what has changed in the meantime.

 

Citizen diplomacy: New Orleanians' link to the world

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Even if you never leave New Orleans, with the help of the New Orleans Citizen Diplomacy Council, your kindness and your ideas can reach across religions, ethnicities and borders.