After livin’ it up and boogalooing on the bayou this past weekend, we were at Wednesday at the Square for some slick humpday tunes, and where we doled out some fancy fanny festival survival packs. Thanks to your suggestions, we’re combing through the knotted hair of ALL the things you want to see styled and surfaced on the head of our home — NOLA. But before we hit the streets, it’s time to get us to the Greek … fest. We can be your gyro, baby.
Love in an elevator
For some, elevator music is a bore. We’d just as soon tune it out and listen to the silence. One artist, who is Deaf, is perfectly fine with the audible absence and seeks to craft new compositions for those who can’t hear. The newest addition to the Bywater’s Music Box Village gives members of the deaf community the chance to show the rest of the world how they experience sound.
Lettuce celebrate with some up-beet, fresh options to go
When you hit the corner store, we’re used to seeing the sizable selection of snack cakes, sodas and scratch-offs available at our beck and call. But what if you could grab healthier options to pick in a farm-to-convenience store fashion? A program is making it that easy for us to pick healthier choices on our quick breaks.
What light through yonder Bywater breaks?
In fair Bywater, where we lay our scene. From the floor of this building to the mezzanine. A building near Montegut Street, like Shakespeare, has withstood the test of time thanks to the neighbors who sought to preserve it. The Capulet now takes residence within and serves up food and cocktails in an elegant environment. Parting this lounge after enjoying its spirits is such sweet sorrow.
Things To Do This Weekend
Fri. May 24, 2019
The Treme/7th Ward Arts & Cultural Festival presents the Baby Doll Bar Crawl. Stops include Bullets Sports Bar, Seal’s Class Act, Kermit’s Mother-In-Law Lounge, Lil People’s Place and the Candlelight Lounge. Don’t worry about walking — transportation will be provided — but there’s only room for 40 people, so make sure you get your tickets beforehand.
For four days straight, The Country Club will be hosting a Memorial Day weekend party! Bring your swimsuit and grab some food from the Cabana Bar and outdoor grill.
Sat. May 25, 2019
Leona Tate was 6 years old when she walked into a formerly all-white elementary school in 1960, one of four little girls who helped desegregate New Orleans public schools. She has been working to assure civil rights for all ever since.
This art market features a kids’ tent for the little ones, music by Tiffany Pollack and Co., and crawfish from NOLA Crawfish King.
Sun. May 26, 2019
What’s a Sunday without a second line? You can start early this week with the free Bike Easy Second Line. Anyone can participate, and even the brass band will be on wheels.
It’s the last show in the performance season for the Music Box Village! Teddy’s Twilight Serenade is a supper club under the stars, and it’s the first big performance featuring the newest instrument to the collection, “Elevator Pitch,” which highlights voices of the deaf community.