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Angel Olsen to promote “My Woman” at upcoming Republic show

Sarah Simon, Senior Staff Reporter
February 3
Filed under Arcade, Archives, Music, NOLA

Fans of indie-rock around New Orleans are excited to welcome Angel Olsen to the city for the first time.Olsen, who is noteworthy for her unique voice and masterful blend of indie-rock with dream pop and folk styles, is currently promoting her third full-length album, "My Woman." Along with opener...

Diasporic Diction event to showcase powerful poetry

Cam Lutz, Staff Reporter
February 3
Filed under Arcade, NOLA

From Voodoo folklore to rhythm and blues musicians, New Orleans' rich African heritage has helped shape the city into a cultural hotspot and international tourist destination. African American culture has had a strong influence on American culture, not only through visual art and music, but also through...

Miss Mojo’s ‘Up & Personal’ emulates intimacy of live, funky show

Miss Mojo’s ‘Up & Personal’ emulates intimacy of live, funky show

Parker Greenwood, Associate Arcade Editor
February 2
Filed under Arcade, Archives

Miss Mojo brings the same energy to its recorded tracks on its first album, "Up & Personal," that it does in live performances. The album allows any listener to bring the joy of a funky soul pop concert to any occasion."We basically call [the album] that because it's our debut offering, our first...

Future of Food: 10-year-old Kaj Friis-Hecht wins Chopped Junior

Future of Food: 10-year-old Kaj Friis-Hecht wins Chopped Junior

Jordan Figueredo, Senior Staff Reporter
February 2
Filed under Arcade, Archives, Food, Showcase

"Please don't say my name, please don't say my name, please don't say my name," was all that was running through his mind as host Ted Allen prepared to announce which contestant would be leaving the competition.Ten-year-old Kaj Friis-Hecht's dream became a reality when he packed his knives from Hillel's...

Finsta culture emerges as the newest social frontier

Nurah Lambert, Associate Arcade Editor
February 2
Filed under Arcade, Archives

Scroll, like, scroll, like, scroll, comment, like. The cycle continues, first with Facebook, then Twitter, then Instagram, never ending as more content constantly materializes into the cyber badlands that is the internet.Bred from Instagram, one of the top social media platforms, is a more recent...

Mickalene Thomas presents uncovered strength in Newcomb Art Museum

Mickalene Thomas presents uncovered strength in Newcomb Art Museum

Sam Ergina, Arcade Editor
February 2
Filed under Arcade, Archives

A lecture by Mickalene Thomas, whose exhibit "Waiting on a Prime-Time Star" held its opening reception on Jan. 18, created an unprecedented turnout. Seats, floor space and the fringe along the stage of the Freeman Auditorium in Woldenberg Art Center were packed with community members waiting to listen...

Hillel’s Kaj Friis-Hecht heats up “Chopped Junior”

Jordan Figueredo, Senior Staff Reporter
January 23
Filed under Arcade, Food, Movies & TV, No Photo

The camera catches every moment as mystery ingredients haunt competitors and Ted Allen begins his countdown. Even professional chefs falter in the "Chopped" kitchen, yet 9-15-year-olds have proven they can take on the challenge, as long as their blue step ladder is present.One of the newest competitors...

Bees benefit Big Easy

Parker Greenwood, Associate Arcade Editor
January 21
Filed under Arcade, No Photo, NOLA

If beekeeping in New Orleans seems unbeelievable, think again.Southbound Gardens will be hosting an urban beekeeping workshop from 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Sunday at its location on South Robertson Street. Jordan Bantuelle, co-owner of Southbound Gardens, indicated that the workshop will be dealing...

Airing of Grievances: Sinister Cyclists

Tyler Mead, Senior Staff Reporter
January 19
Filed under Arcade, No Photo

Dear Sinister Cyclists,I find myself writing a second letter to you, because not only did you fail to take my previous message to heart, you've managed to get worse. That, and I have a car now.Before, you held the power in this relationship. Your 15-mph pace was a real doozy when it was just...

PeachWave helps host Electroflux, expands influence off campus

PeachWave helps host Electroflux, expands influence off campus

Taylor DeMulling, Arcade Editor
January 19
Filed under Arcade, Campus Life, NOLA, Showcase

Part art exhibition, part dance-punk dance party and part fundraiser, Electroflux will combine different forms of local talent into one unconventional event.The self-proclaimed dance party takes place at 10 p.m. on Jan. 28 at The Howlin' Wolf. The expo is a collaboration between PeachWave, an online pu...

Muses shoe workshop walks through process behind Mardi Gras classic

Muses shoe workshop walks through process behind Mardi Gras classic

Cam Lutz, Staff Reporter
January 19
Filed under Arcade, Campus Life

Mardi Gras krewes are as integral to New Orleans culture as jazz bands and Cajun food. Among the most iconic of the parades, few krewes rival the all-female Muses in popularity of prestige.Beginning at 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 23, the krewe parades through Uptown New Orleans distributing, among other items,...

King cake festival offers sweet way to celebrate the season

Annabelle Golden, Staff Reporter
January 18
Filed under Arcade, Food, NOLA

As New Orleans gets ready for its claim to fame—the annual Mardi Gras extravaganza—another festival is taking root in the city.King Cake Festival is here to celebrate one of the most treasured and delicious Mardi Gras traditions. The festival takes place Jan. 29 in Champions Square at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome and ...

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