Dinner and a show are on the menu New Orleans is home to incredible music and food, sometimes at the same moment. Of course there are festivals like Jazz Fest and French Quarter Fest, where the food stands rival the music performances for headlines. Show More Summary
Holly Maniatty, a sign language interpreter, totally upstaged Snoop Dogg during Jazz Fest in New Orleans with her enthusiastic translating. The Good Life Radio Show posted a video to Facebook that features Maniatty crushing it as Snoop...Show More Summary
For your viewing pleasure 2017 New Orleans Jazz Heritage Festival Photos During the final week of the New Orleans Jazz Heritage Festival, concertgoers went from getting their NOLA bounce on, to nostalgic moments with a music legend.
An incredibly animated dancing sign language interpreter brilliantly rapped with her hands, capturing the lyrics and spirit of Snoop Dogg‘s performance at the 2017 New Orleans Jazz Fest. The interpreter, a Portland, Oregon resident named...Show More Summary
Nothing like a good sports rivalry to get the blood flowing. NFC South division rivals Atlanta Falcons and New Orleans Saints do not like each other and that was evident after the Falcons epic collapse at Super Bowl 51, when Saints fans constructed a float for Mardi Gras with Matt Ryan, Julio Jones on it with […]
The 48th New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival maintains its mission, showcasing regional talent, keeping danceable grooves the focus.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' breakthrough hit wasn't an original... according to a "legendary" New Orleans jazz musician... who's looking to get his cut. Paul Batiste says "Thrift Shop" borrows heavily from 2 of his songs -- "Hip Jazz" and "World…
Classics, vegetarian dishes, craft beer, and more With the first weekend of Jazz Fest upon us, New Orleans is now in full-fledged fess mode. All anyone will be talking about this week are the pressing Fest matters like: What is the best...Show More Summary
We've got everything you missed at the first weekend of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.
The New Orleans jazz trumpeter Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah (previously known simply as Christian Scott) likes to call his style "stretch music," rather than simply jazz, for the way it incorporates things like rap, R&B, funk, and pop. Last month, he released the album Ruler Rebel, and our jazz columnist Phil Freeman raved about it.
Classics, vegetarian dishes, and more With the first weekend of Jazz Fest upon us, New Orleans is now in full-fledged fess mode. All anyone will be talking about this week are the pressing Fest matters like: What is the best food this...Show More Summary
Essential maps for dining and drinking in and around New Orleans Narrowing a list of crawfish spots in and around the Crescent City to under two dozen is a nearly impossible task. There are tons of places and many, many of them are excellent. Show More Summary
New Orleans rivals and surpasses other America cities in so many ways. Music first comes to mind — oh, to be the birthplace of Jazz — but there's also the city's French and Spanish Creole architecture, its cross-cultural and multilingual...Show More Summary
Music is core to Kickstarter’s DNA. In fact, it’s how we got our start. In late 2001, Kickstarter Creator and Chairman, Perry Chen, was living in New Orleans when he had an idea to bring a pair of DJs down for show during Jazz Fest.Show More Summary
Every year 400,000+ people converge on the fields of the fair grounds to attend Jazz Fest. It’s two glorious weekends of your regular New Orleans life celebration ceremonies: happy people, drinks, hopefully sun, and music. Oh, the music! My marriage anniversary falls on April 18. This conveniently enables the hubs and I to “Have to […]
Plus, all the food news to know today • Seb’s, the fictional jazz club that provided a major plot point in the Oscar-winning La La Land, is popping up in real life. Bars in Chicago, Los Angeles, Washington, DC, New Orleans, and San Francisco...Show More Summary
The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation has announced plans for its 10th annual Sync Up event, which coincides with the annual Jazz and Heritage Festival. Sync Up is a … Click to Continue »
More than 40 restaurants competed for the title The first annual Top Taco went down at Spanish Plaza last night with over 40 New Orleans restaurants competing for the Top Taco crown. Los Poboycitos, Afro-Cuban jazz and groove band Otra, and Mariachi Jalisco US provided the musical entertainment for the evening. Show More Summary