Dixie Brewery and a new underground bar and lounge are both opening their doors to the public this weekend.
Pho Noi Viet’s small red storefront on Magazine Street is a warm and welcoming place. The Vu family makes sure of that. Whether it’s classics or something special, you can always find something more than expected.
Consider this your guide to sewing, gluing and glittering your way to Mardi Gras DIY costume glory.
Things to do
A golden ghost, without a stitch of clothing on, haunts a Royal Street rooftop, shivering and pacing through the night before collapsing just before dawn.
Amanda Thomas, bar chef at SoBou, pushes for her bar experience to be rooted in local flavors.
Jerome “5th Ward Weebie” Cosey was known for the songs ‘Let Me Find Out’ and ‘Get Out the Way.’ His funeral was held at the Mahalia Jackson Theater in New Orleans, followed by a second line down Orleans Ave.
Lizzo, The Lumineers, Erykah Badu and Wu-Tang Clan are coming to Jazz Fest as organizers announced their 2020 artist lineup Thursday morning.
A survivor, a Baby Doll, an Amazon and a woman of the culture, Dianne Honore’ wears many cultural hats.
Whether you’re getting ready for Mardi Gras or looking for a spot to salsa, here are our weekend picks for Jan. 17-19:
Thousands of miles away from her homeland, jazz trombonist Haruka Kikuchi found love and music in the Crescent City.
King cake season is here, and festival season is soon coming. How are we going to keep up this ‘new year, new me’ mentally when it comes to fitness?
Let’s be honest, this mascot looks like he’s straight from Party City.
Live on the Westbank but still want to get a Dong Phuong king cake? No worries.
Jerome Cosey’s voice is part of the soundtrack of my childhood. He’s been making New Orleanians bounce for more than 20 years.
Let’s make some new brunch plans, y’all!
Lunch is served as a buffet that changes daily, served from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Yuca rolls, dal makhani, mushroom matar, chicken masala, it’s all here.
Blue Cypress Books has been keeping the community well-read for what’s coming up on 12 years this year.
Jerome Cosey was 42 years old and died from complications from a heart attack. He made music with Master P and Mystikal, appeared in a video with Drake and was also known for the song ‘F— Katrina’ released in 2006 after Hurricane Katrina.