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Penthouse Improv brings new comedic outlet to campus

Penthouse Improv brings new comedic outlet to campus

Cam Lutz, Staff Reporter
February 9, 2017
Filed under Arcade, Archives, Campus Life, Showcase

From the brand new Tulane Improv Club to the established Cat Mafia sketch comedy group, Tulane's arts and entertainment scene is quickly growing to incorporate comedy. One group that is gaining popularity at Tulane is Penthouse Improv, which was established last spring.In improvisational theater,...

Black Art Market brings local vendors, marks beginning of festival

Black Art Market brings local vendors, marks beginning of festival

Sam Ergina, Arcade Editor
February 9, 2017
Filed under Arcade, Archives, Campus Life

The entrance to Pocket Park would come as a bit of a surprise for students who walked around campus unaware of the 2017 Tulane Black Arts Festival's first event Wednesday. Along the park's fringe, crisp white tables presented vibrant black art.The Black Art Market's purpose was to give black vendors...

Airing of Grievances: Landscaper Loathing

Airing of Grievances: Landscaper Loathing

February 9, 2017
Filed under Arcade

Dear neighbors who think participating in noisy activities at ungodly hours of the morning is appropriate,I appreciate your efforts to mow your lawn, leaf blow and whatever else actual people do to their yards. You live on a street that is mostly inhabited by college kids, so I get your need to assert...

Vendors, carnival costume shoppers gather for Piety Street Market

Parker Greenwood, Associate Arcade Editor
February 8, 2017
Filed under Arcade, Archives, NOLA

Thrifty shoppers looking to spend a day venturing across the city should turn their attention towards the Piety Street Market. From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the second Saturday of every month, Old Ironworks, located at 612 Piety St., hosts this market. It is located by Pizza Delicious and Euclid Records.Take...

Miss Mojo releases EP, expands presence from campus, to city, to Spotify

Parker Greenwood, Associate Arcade Editor
February 6, 2017
Filed under Arcade, Archives

Miss Mojo band members Piper Browne and Leo Skovron cite a Southport Hall Live Music and Party Hall event for Browne's sorority being cancelled as the event that gave them momentum. With the venue booked, Miss Mojo capitalized on the situation and filled the entire venue.Formerly known as Cakewalk,...

Zeitgeist to show Ben Lear’s documentary on juvenile offenders

Luo Qi Kong, Staff Reporter
February 5, 2017
Filed under Arcade, Movies & TV

From Feb. 3 to Feb. 8, Zeitgeist Multidisciplinary Arts Center will be showing director and producer Ben Lear's documentary "They Call Us Monsters." The film examines the legislation that allows juvenile offenders to be charged as adults, centered on three teenagers potentially confronting life sentences.The...

The Arcade’s top five picks from King Cake Festival 2017

Lily Milwit and Jake Brennan
February 4, 2017
Filed under Arcade, Food

Nonna Randazzo's Bakery - 3.5 starsThis stand's serving style was unique, with each sample coming in an individually packaged container and served with a spoon. The Arcade tried both the praline and cream cheese flavors and were impressed by both. This stand also appeared to be the busiest for purc...

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

Sarah Simon, Senior Staff Reporter
February 3, 2017
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, 2017
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, 2017
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, 2017
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, 2017
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...

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