Dance Like Everyone is Watching

August 1, 2018

There’s a segment of the entertainment industry that a lot of people don’t want to talk about, and it is the part of the service industry that attracts a great deal of tourism and business conferences: the strip clubs. It’s the same for many cities, but for such a small city, New Orleans has a large number of them, and not just on Bourbon Street.

Dressing For White Linen, New Orleans

August 1, 2018

White Linen Night is one of the most upscale, relevant art associated events in New Orleans. This includes delicious local cuisine and cocktails along the streets upon which people stroll, wandering from one gallery to the next in their very well selected outfits for such an evening, in which the clothing on the countless people enjoying what the yearly affair has become a sort of art within itself.

Neaux Reel Idea: The Lost Lucas, Part 2

July 24, 2018

“In a world where Star Wars epitomizes the commercialization of a film franchise, it can be fascinating to look at Lucas’s original socio-political statements.” – Josiah Berger of Shotgun Cinema I have no doubt in my mind that George Lucas was severely hindered by the popularity of Star Wars. Looking at his works before and after, it’s clear […]

Profile of a Musician- July 2018

July 1, 2018

BIO Louise Cappi, is an American & internationally acclaimed Jazz/Blues, Soul singer-songwriter, recording artist & Bandleader.  She is the child of the late great Jazz guitarist & pioneer of the seven string guitar, Mr. Al Cappi. Louise has performed with Jazz Royalty,  Delfeoyo Marsalis, the Prince of Treme, Glen David Andrews, & the great Blues […]

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