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‘The Navigator’ chronicles path of cultural self-acceptance

Luke Bravo, Contributing Reporter
March 19
Filed under Arcade, Archives, Music

In its new album, "The Navigator," Hurray for the Riff Raff tells an intimate story about growing up, overcoming marginalization and living with pride. The new album is a departure from the majority of the band's recent work.The New Orleans band's frontwoman, Alynda Segarra, offers listeners a look int...

‘Beauty and the Beast’ remains relevant, fan favorite

‘Beauty and the Beast’ remains relevant, fan favorite

Brandi Doyal, Senior Staff Reporter
March 18
Filed under Arcade, Archives, Movies & TV

"Be Our Guest" Disney invites us to return to the magic of a "tale as old as time." Through nostalgic costuming, cutting-edge special effects and inspired musical direction, "Beauty and the Beast" truly is a story that lasts a lifetime.Stacking up to the original was a tall order for director Bill...

New Orleans Fashion Week to act as focal point for Southern fashion

New Orleans Fashion Week to act as focal point for Southern fashion

Luo Qi Kong, Contributing Reporter
March 18
Filed under Arcade, NOLA

While New Orleans might be better known for its music, food and art, New Orleans Fashion Week has been expanding the city's fashion scene since 2011. NOFW 2017 will feature more than 30 designers from the Gulf Coast region from Saturday to March 24.Since NOFW 2016, the event has focused less on displaying...

Political comedy pioneer Bill Maher to perform at Saenger Theater

Matthew Philips, Contributing Reporter
March 17
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, for fear that its extensive use would alienate viewers. With the debut...

Nice Jewish Boy Pageant to promote, engage with Jewish culture

Nice Jewish Boy Pageant to promote, engage with Jewish culture

Tigre Mui, Contributing Reporter
March 16
Filed under Arcade, Campus Life

Pageants are a way to publicly present a certain mold and see who fits it best. This mold can be one of beauty, of grace or of Miss United States. This weekend, it's to discern the kind, the charming and the most well-connected in terms of Jewish geography. The Nice Jewish Boy Pageant aims to separate ...

BUKU Music + Art Project succeeds despite disappointments

BUKU Music + Art Project succeeds despite disappointments

Nurah Lambert and Josh Christian
March 16
Filed under Arcade, Music, NOLA

The living, avant-garde BUKU Music + Art Project 2017 featured a variety of musicians and artists of many backgrounds. Attractions such as the Live Graffiti Gallery, stilt walkers, live dancers and, of course, music performances graced the festival this year. Though The Arcade could not make it to...

Wiener dog racing crowns top dog at Fair Grounds

Wiener dog racing crowns top dog at Fair Grounds

Josh Christian, Senior Staff Reporter
March 12
Filed under Arcade, NOLA

Fans from all across New Orleans gathered to watch 48 wiley wiener dogs vie for glory on March 4 at the annual Wiener Dog Racing at the Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots. For just $5, dog and racing enthusiasts were able to experience the cutest event of the season. Sunny weather and the smell of...

Queue: Dark Suspense

Nurah Lambert, Associate Arcade Editor
March 11
Filed under Arcade, Movies & TV

The world can be a dark place, and when art imitates life, you get eerie television shows. Not only are they somber in theme, but the color schemes are just as shady. While these selections may not be as easy to access as those in the Netflix catalog, they deserve the extra effort. Based around looming...

Buku Music + Art Project’s low key must-sees

Buku Music + Art Project’s low key must-sees

Parker Greenwood, Associate Arcade Editor
March 10
Filed under Arcade, Music

It has been more than four months since Voodoo Music + Arts Experience, and to say that Tulane students are eager for the next music festival would be an understatement. Walking among the crowds of students heading to and from class, the Buku Music + Art Project seems to be all that's on anybody's mind.Gates...

Taking a ride on the Uber side: Students’ oddest experiences

Taking a ride on the Uber side: Students’ oddest experiences

Cam Lutz and Sam Ergina
March 9
Filed under Arcade, Archives, Showcase

Taking the streetcar is a New Orleans right of passage, but mastering it is a skill few ever hone. The bus system, while similarly cost-effective, also rarely runs on time. Tulane shuttles and TapRides are useful but not always available, and taxis have roughly a two in three chance of actually showing...

Airing of Grievances: Mirren Mix-Up

Airing of Grievances: Mirren Mix-Up

Tyler Mead, Senior Staff Reporter
March 9
Filed under Arcade, Archives

Dear Confused Colonists,I can handle you driving on the wrong side of the road, your childish refusal to see gin as the mother's milk it is and even living in a city founded by dirty Frenchmen. I cannot, however, handle the blatant disrespect to crown and country that is the intolerable slack-jawed...

Newcomb Dance Company challenges, expands students’ perception of dance

Newcomb Dance Company challenges, expands students’ perception of dance

Kate Jamison, Senior Staff Reporter
March 9
Filed under Arcade, Campus Life

Alice Pascal Escher has been challenging dancers for 33 years by serving as the artistic director of the Newcomb Dance Company, a student dance troupe that performs each semester. Escher founded the company in 1984 when dance was part of Newcomb College's physical education program. A lot has changed...

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