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Audubon Zoo will be transformed into a magical playland during Zoo-To-Do for Kids, New Orleans premier benefit event for family things to do on Friday, April 25, 2014.
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Jazz keyboardist Charlie Dennard left New Orleans in 2002 and spent the next 12 years touring the world with Cirque du Soleil.
Dr. John Ske-Dat-De-Dat: The Spirit of Satch Concord You only have to look at the title of this record and the name of the artist on the cover to know that there's no way it isn't going to be great.
Are you ready to party New Orleans style? Then there's nothing like the real thing, baby.
Two bands take the stage at the Fairfield Theatre Co. this week -- NRBQ performs Thursday and the Soul Rebels are in concert Friday.
Lionel Ferbos was a living link to New Orleans history. Born in 1911, he lived through the last century of development and change that most of us read about in books.
Seattle pianist and crooner extraordinaire Monty Banks is back in town this summer for a number of exclusive engagements, which this Saturday includes a special set in the historic Fireside Room at the Sorrento Hotel.
Guitarist Jimmy Robinson returns to Snug Harbor for a solo show on Tuesday, July 22, 2014.
Blue and yellow stage light raked over Joe Cabral's face as he stepped up to the microphone, his saxophone hanging from his neck like a great, symbolic pendant.
Jazz Funeral music filled the air at 3101 St. Charles Avenue, where Mary Sherman, MD was found murdered in a grizzly scene.
"Les bon temps" do indeed "roullez" aplenty in Tony Simotes clever restaging of William Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at Lenox's Shakespeare & Company , where the play is set in of all places the New Orleans of the 1920's and 30's, where the magic forest drips with cypress and the streets are filled with the sounds of Cajun-infused ... (more)
Lionel Ferbos, a trumpeter and icon of New Orleans' traditional jazz scene who was hailed as the city's oldest musician and gained international attention for performing well past the century mark, died Saturday, just two days after turning 103.
On Sunday, July 20, the options for live music in New Orleans include two big shows side-by-side downtown, as well as a far more subtle jazz show on Frenchmen Street.
Residents strolled through the smoldering rubble of their neighborhoods, some wearing surgical masks to protect their lungs from the smoke and ash lingering in the air of the riverside community they call... Pushed by howling, erratic winds, a massive wildfire in north-central Washington was growing rapidly and burning in new directions Saturday.
Ferbos stayed active long after reaching his century and last performed in public in March, CBS affiliate WWL-TV reported.
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