A documentary examining violence and its impact on New Orleans youth will air tonight at 6 p.m. at Grace United Methodist Church in Mid-City.
Morris Jeff Community School invites the community to its third annual ‘Feria de Primavera’ Saturday (May 11) in Mid-City.
The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival announced a few changes to Saturday and Sunday line-ups, including acts at the Acura and Gentilly stages.
The newly formed NOLA Trash Mob will meet again this Sunday, the group’s clean-up efforts will begin at North Jefferson Davis Parkway and Conti Street.
The running portion of the 70.3 mile race begins at the lakefront, goes through City Park, and follows Esplanade to Louis Armstrong Park. For route information see the organization’s website.
The Fair Grounds will open its infield for the first time since the 1930s for the inaugural “Infield Festival” at Louisiana Derby Day Saturday.
The Krewe of Endymion had trouble navigating its anchor float Pontchartrain Beach at the route’s first turn.
The 365-foot long float with nine manned cars had to be separated into two parts to make the turn from Orleans Avenue onto North Carrollton Avenue.
A historical marker at the site of former Pelican Stadium at the intersection of Carrollton Avenuve and Tulane Avenue will be unveiled by New Orleans Councilwoman Susan Guidry and baseball history fan U.S. Army Specialist Jacob Ginsberg on Friday.