The Orleans Public Education Network is hosting its first discussion in its series, “Building a Path Forward”, with author Patricia Moore Harbour Tuesday (March 26) in Mid-City.
See ‘180 Days: A Year Inside an American High School’, a documentary shot at a Washington D.C. high school, at WYES Studio Thursday, discussion hosted by Andre Perry and Marcia Kavanaugh.
Morris Jeff Community School will hold an art auction with pieces from nationally and locally acclaimed artists to benefit the school Saturday (March 2).
Lionel King, co-owner of Special Tea Cafe, has created a space for artists of all kinds at the newly opened cafe. King co-owns the cafe with his wife Adrienne Warren, whom he says is the tea expert. Himself a poet, the two sought to combine their interests. “I wanted to blend both of those worlds,” Read More…
The Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra will host violinist Ilya Gringolts at a concert Saturday night.
The 2013 Jazz Fest line-up includes headliners Willie Nelson, Hall & Oates, Billy Joel, Maroon 5, Dave Matthews Band, Fleetwood Mac, and The Black Keys along with many local names, organizers announced Thursday.
The NOLA Project partners with the New Orleans Museum of Art for a nine-performance run of Romeo and Juliet opening Wednesday (Nov. 28) and running through Dec. 16.