Saints Beat Panthers-Big Whoop

December 13, 2023

The Saints dispatched the worst team in the NFL, the Carolina Panthers last Sunday and again find themselves in a three-way tie in the NFC South. They are behind in the tiebreakers and must be one game better than the Bucs or Falcons to win the NFC crown. 5 of the Saints ‘ wins are […]

Downtown Super Sunday Set for April 2 Along Bayou St. John

April 1, 2023

Hundreds of Black Masking Indians representing various Indian nations will be parading in their 2023 suits at the 11 th Annual Circle of Chiefs Indian Cha Wa Downtown Super Sunday, April 2. The theme of this year’s event is “Kids of the Nation.” Also featured will be the P-Town Steppers and the Lady P-Town Steppers. Other guest performers include the Original Black Seminole Baby Dolls and the Big 6 Brass Band.

No Peace No Culture: Save Our Soul Coalition To Update Stakeholders April 3rd

March 28, 2022

The Save Our Soul (SOS) coalition will host a public meeting Sunday, April 3, to plan the next steps in their effort to return the Municipal Auditorium to its historic role as an important hub of New Orleans culture and redevelop Armstrong Park to better serve community needs. The meeting will be held in Congo […]

Your Go to List of Events Happening in the Crescent City for New Years Eve

December 27, 2021

Since it’s been an…interesting two years, it’s no surprise that people are ready to ring in 2022 in style. Because everything was shut down for New Year’s Eve last year, it seems like everyone has plans to start 2022 right. There are parties and fancy dinners happening everywhere; if you’re like me, you never think […]

Among Festival Cancelations, Krewe of Red Beans Introduces Fest Fest As Initiative To Aid Local Musicians

August 21, 2021

Since the cancellation of Jazz Fest, French Quarter Fest, and Lafayette’s Festivals Acadiens et Créoles due to rising COVID numbers, the Krewe of Red Beans is bringing the festivals to your front porch! Fest Fest is an initiative that is meant to aid the musicians who have found themselves out of work due to the […]

Save Our Soul (SOS) Schedules Three Meetings To Receive Public Input

July 26, 2021

The SOS coalition, the Treme stakeholders and others opposing the City Administration’s efforts to relocate City Hall to the Municipal Auditorium in Armstrong Park, will host three public engagement meetings to gather ideas and input from citizens. On Monday, July 26, SOS is teaming up with the grassroots group Justice & Beyond to present Chronicling […]

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