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French Quarter Fest fuses best of city’s food, music

Heather Andelsman, Staff Reporter

April 17, 2017

Filed under Arcade, Food, Music, NOLA

From April 6-9 the French Quarter was turned into a lively festival full of New Orleans music, art and, most importantly, food. Multiple stages and vendors were set up as part of the 34th annual French Quarter Festival, and the...

FULLABALOO: Yelp! Review: Local bars offer unique nightlife experiences

Cadence Neenan, Senior Staff Alcoholic

April 1, 2017

Filed under Arcade, Humor, NOLA, Showcase

As a Tulane student, it can get easy to get stuck in what some like to call “the Tulane bubble.” While they are fun for freshmen, everyone eventually gets tired of going to the same old college bars every night. But tonight,...

Bloody Mary festival to showcase boozy brunch favorite

Tyler Mead, Senior Staff Reporter

March 26, 2017

Filed under Arcade, Food, NOLA

Legend has it that if you look in the mirror and say "Bloody Mary" three times, nothing will happen. On the other hand, if you are at the Howlin’ Wolf on March 26, you will get to sample some of the city's best tomato-based...

No shortage of controversy, comedy in Bill Maher performance

Matthew Philips, Staff Reporter

March 24, 2017

Filed under Arcade, NOLA

One of the most popular debates in 2017 concerns the tension between political correctness and free speech. As this polarization grows, political satire has seen a sharp increase in popularity. For many on both sides of the...

Local entrepreneur, World Water Day focus on safe drinking water

Cam Lutz, Staff Reporter

March 22, 2017

Filed under Arcade, NOLA

Freshwater is essential to both the human and natural world. Water powers cities, supports ecosystems and sustains virtually all forms of life. Every year on World Water Day, March 22, the world celebrates this vital natural resource.Established...

Political comedy pioneer Bill Maher to perform at Saenger Theater

Matthew Philips, Contributing Reporter

March 17, 2017

Filed under Arcade, NOLA

The explosion of shows tailored exclusively to political comedy is a phenomenon of the new millennium. For decades, political comedy remained a minute feature of the nightly routines of Ed Sullivan, Johnny Carson and David Letterman,...

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