Arts & Culture
Murals are popping up all over the Bywater and Marigny, and businesses are actually seeking them out to combat a tagging problem.
Chimera Lashes, made by hand locally by lash designer Ingrid Victoria, have been seen gracing the faces of everyone from Pussyfooters to numerous “RuPaul’s Drag Race“ alums.
Tired of boring binge watching? Maybe you should try immersive theater.
The end of every long-term relationship creates eerily empty houses, both physical and metaphorical. On the one hand, a partner’s presence leaves with them. On the other, so does their stuff. Myopia, the debut album from New Orleans’ The Dead Singer, captures that doubly hollowed out feeling more effectively than anything I’ve heard in a while.
We have costume-making and Carnival-planning to do. Who has time to wallow?
Hello, Foo Fighters. We’ve been waiting here for you. Everlong … for a parade.
This week’s picks include remembering history with the Battle of New Orleans and gearing up to make history again with the Saints!
Too many great shows go missed because it’s really hard to keep track of all the quality gigs on a given night, but we’ve got a roundup of the good stuff.
During a 2012 gala after party, music legend Stevie Wonder jumped on a bounce beat. It was just as magical as you’d imagine.
In an age when disc jockeys tote their musical choices on a MacBook for their sets, Soul Sister spins 100 percent from vinyl records.