Celebrating 60 years in the music business, while supporting himself only with his music and never taking a 'day job', Deacon John Moore performed for two sets at Tipitina's
During Memorial Day Weekend, the Treme’ 7th Ward Cultural District held its 2nd Annual Arts and Cultural Music Festival under the Claiborne underpass. Blocks between St. Bernard and Orleans Avenues, under the Claiborne Avenue underpass
Between Friday, May 19th, and Sunday, May 21st, a party reigned on the Bayou. Bayou Boogaloo, sponsored by the Mothership Foundation
This past Saturday, The Spear's Group held Diner En Blanc 2017 on the Lakefront. Thousands of people were in attendances, decked-out with their all-white ensembles
On last weekend, The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation's kicked off the 2017 Jazz Festival at the Fairgrounds.
Seal's and the Outreach Social Aid and Pleasure Club would like to thank each and every one for making this Easter very special.
Many know Jerome “DJ Jubilee” Temple as the King of Bounce, the first to use the word “Twerk” and the man behind the dances; with his classic song “Stop Pause (Jubilee All)” released in 1993 on the iconic
After they performed at French Quarter Festival they came back for an Encore. On Sunday, April 9th, the Sensational Group Love Evolution, held an after-party performance
Last week, New Orleans held one of its largest events--second to Mardi Gras--this past weekend in the French Quarter. The 34th Annual French Quarter Festival exhibited over 1,700 artists, several of which include New Orleans favorites.
On Saturday, March 25th, The Spears Group, the New Orleans-based Public Relations Firm responsible for hosting Dinner En Blanc and the Fried Chicken Festival, held its first-ever Savor Event.
On Sunday, March 19th, Congo Square New World Rhythms Festival and New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation hosted a contest for Louisiana Middle Schools
In early March, painting pros and amateurs gathered at Entrepreneur’s Row to participate in the Ceaux Young Instructed Paint and Sip.
While the Carnival season is over, there is still so much to reflect and remember. From Krewe de Vieux to walking parades on Mardi Gras Day, New Orleans fosters
There is an old adage that states ‘music is a universal language.’ In the case of Music Educator Keith Hart, it is a bridge that connects young people to overcoming obstacles
As the only Black Krewe in its area, the Krewe of “New Orleans Most Talked About Club,” also known as NOMTOC, rolled through the Westbank of Orleans Parish on Feb. 25th.