Twenty-five years in the making, Berry’s new documentary is a historical portrait of New Orleans and its enduring Jazz Funeral tradition.
FEASTival is almost over. Here’s a sampling of our favorite gluttonous pile-ons.
Festival International is a celebration of global sound. FEASTival is a showcase of international tastes. Flavor is everywhere.
Festival after festival is announcing its live return. Musicians are getting back an important launching pad.
Multi-tasking is old hat for Ledet. But singing in Kouri-Vini is a new adventure.
We heard from 62 readers this week on our live music survey. The responses range (y’all got a lot of opinions), but for the most part what we’ve heard is things aren’t quite what they used to be.
A symposium celebrates the creative work of women and “unpacks” how Cajun and Creole culture have traditionally approached gender.
For Abbeville’s Giant Omelette Celebration, 5,034 eggs will be cracked. That’s 4,984 more than Paul Newman ate in Cool Hand Luke.
Festivals Acadiens et Creoles is a great place to eat. Victoria’s Secret spokesman Bob Dylan plays the Heymann Center.
Cosplay and cult classics at Louisiana Comic Con, ASO’s symphony in the sky, Brew Paddle’s fall weather teaser.
This week: Fleetwood Mac Revisited gets revisited at DTA. Ulysses Owens takes his jazz odyssey to AcA. Documentary Date Night is ready for nerdy romance. The Acadiana Food Hub hosts a Farm to Table Showcase.
This week around Acadiana: Folksy blues at the Heymann Center, parking spaces come alive, Keith Frank does DTA, raising money for Cite des Arts, and an experiment in networked music making.