Read Up for Tennessee Williams Literary Fest.

From March 25-29, the 29th annual Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival will celebrate the city and region’s rich history in the literary world. Innumerable authors have come from New Orleans or used the city as their muse over the years, … Continue reading

Celebrate Caribbean Culture at Bayou Bacchanal

New Orleans is a gumbo of cultures from around the world, and one of those bright flavors is that of the Caribbean islands. To celebrate this Caribbean heritage, Bayou Bacchanal (November 1-2, 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.) is a free … Continue reading

New Orleans 2014 Dirty Linen Night Freshens Up Local Art

If you didn’t get enough local art the first time around, why not go back out for another tour of the New Orleans art scene the next Saturday—possibly even in the same dirty clothes you wore out the weekend before? … Continue reading

Bastille Day Fete Honors New Orleans’ French Heritage

“French Independence Day,” or Bastille Day, in New Orleans is one of the city’s many cultural celebrations. After the Native American tribes, the area’s original settlers were all French, and the French brushstrokes of the cities history can still be … Continue reading

Hell Yes Fest: New Orleans’ Comedy Gold

Over the next week, New Orleans’ annual fall comedy fest, Hell Yes Fest (Nov. 12th-18th), will fill seven venues with comedy lovers and performers of all types. From sketch and improv to stand-up, films and full productions, dozens of performers … Continue reading