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Newcomb film series to screen ‘Pariah’

Julia Engel, Contributing Reporter
October 1, 2014
Filed under Arcade

As part of its Feminist Film Series, the Newcomb College Institute will screen the unorthodox film “Pariah” 6:30 p.m. Tuesday for free in Freeman Auditorium in the Woldenberg Art Center. The Newcomb Feminist Film Series aims to give the Tulane community a comprehensive outlook on current issues...

Ironsides Waffles delivers creative spin on breakfast staple

Colin Mahar, Staff Reporter
October 1, 2014
Filed under Arcade

Every Tuesday and Wednesday at the corner of Freret Street and McAlister Drive, Ironsides Waffles lures in the Tulane student body with its eclectic yet delicious take on an iconic breakfast food. The truck operates from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. and offers a variety of sweet and savory options, making it the ...

Lake Street Dive reflects on development before upcoming show

Laura Rostad, Staff Reporter
September 29, 2014
Filed under Arcade, Music

Lake Street Dive and Lucius will play at 8 p.m. Wednesday at Tipitina's.Led by rich and powerful vocals of Rachael Price, Lake Street Dive is a refreshingly original fusion of jazz, rock and soul-pop. Rounding out the quartet is upright bassist Bridget Kearney, drummer Mike Calabrese, and trumpet player a...

Lil Dicky proves as hilarious off-screen as on

Miles Tepper, Contributing Reporter
September 26, 2014
Filed under Arcade, Music

Anyone familiar with rapper and comedian Lil Dicky knows that he isn’t quite like any other rapper out there. The performer made sure of this at his show on Thursday at the House of Blues on the Professional Rapper Tour with his openers, Billsberry Flowboy and DJ Omega.Lil Dicky's real name is David Bur...

Bun B uses Howlin’ Wolf performance to show talent is ageless

Colin Mahar, Contributing Reporter
September 26, 2014
Filed under Arcade, Music

Houston-based southern rap legend Bernard ‘Bun B’ Freeman lit up the stage Sept. 18 at the Howlin’ Wolf with his signature style of baritone delivery and potent lyricism. The show started off with impassioned performances by a number of local New Orleans MCs. Once the tone was sufficiently set, th...

Art for Art’s Sake provides free glimpse of New Orleans’ art scene

Maricela Murillo, Staff Re[prter
September 26, 2014
Filed under Arcade

From 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday at the 300 to 600 blocks of Julia Street and much of the length of Magazine Street, New Orleanians and visitors alike can stroll the Contemporary Arts Center’s “Art for Art’s Sake” festival.  Located in the heart of the New Orleans Warehouse Arts District and along one...

Foxygen to release concept double album, debut songs at One Eyed Jacks

Alec Schwartzman, Print Arcade Editor
September 24, 2014
Filed under Arcade, Music

California-born-and-bred duo Jonathan Rado and Sam France formed the band Foxygen in high school. The group produced experimental psychedelia and unconventional music to little public recognition until they handed producer Richard Swift their extended play “Take the Kids Off Broadway” at a Mynabird...

Multi-band EP ‘Dog Daze Split’ offers sampling of local music

Ben Shooter, Contributing Reporter
September 24, 2014
Filed under Arcade, Music

Dog Daze Split, released Sept. 16, is essentially a sampler of the local noise-rock/punk scene. The extended play features four different bands, each contributing one song, and all sharing an obsession with rapid tempo and fuzz guitar. The EP kicks off with Grotto Girl’s “Art School Asshole Fin...

The Apache Relay to perform new self-titled album at Gasa Gasa

The Apache Relay to perform new self-titled album at Gasa Gasa

Bess Turner, Staff Reporter
September 24, 2014
Filed under Arcade, Music

The Apache Relay, a Nashville-based band, will perform cuts from its new eponymous album 8 p.m. Sept. 30 at Gasa Gasa. The group is on a nationwide tour promoting standout singles such as “Katie Queen of Tennessee.”The song has been featured on websites such as Rolling Stone, Paste Magazine and NPR, and marks the ...

Odezsa to stretch electronic boundaries in progressive show Saturday

Odezsa to stretch electronic boundaries in progressive show Saturday

Laura Rostad, Associate Arcade Editor
September 24, 2014
Filed under Arcade, Music

Odezsa’s music is unmistakably electronic, but Odesza is a standout catalyst pushing the boundaries even farther. As electronic continues to morph and expand, the term can only go so far. The progressive duo, comprised of DJs Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight, will perform 9 p.m. Saturday at One E...

How to Dress Well to relate songs of love Thursday at Hi-Ho Lounge

How to Dress Well to relate songs of love Thursday at Hi-Ho Lounge

Matthew Correa, Staff Reporter
September 24, 2014
Filed under Arcade, Music

Tom Krell, better known to fans as How to Dress Well, will performing 9 p.m. Thursday at the Hi-Ho Lounge.Leading up to his performance, the Hi-Ho Lounge has posted to social media declaring that tickets are expected to sell out before doors open on the night of the show. Krell‘s tour supports his...

Tracy K. Smith to give poetry reading at Woldenberg Art Center

SC Ogorek, Staff Reporter
September 24, 2014
Filed under Arcade

Poet Tracy K. Smith will perform a live reading 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Woldenberg Art Center. The event is free and open to the public.The Newcomb College Institute hosts Smith as a part of the Florie Gale Arons Program, a program Gale’s daughters started in dedication to their poetry-loving mother....

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