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Preservation Hall will be a guaranteed ball

Preservation Hall will be a guaranteed ball

Adam Somolsky, Contributing Reporter
October 1, 2015
Filed under Arcade, Music, Online Features

The Preservation Hall Ball is ideal for anybody with a big heart and a good ear.The Ball will start at 9 p.m. Saturday at the Civic Theatre, instead of the Preservation Hall, in order to accommodate attendee numbers. The annual Preservation Hall Ball is for the benefit of the Preservation Hall Foundatio...

House of Shock and its ‘Resurrection’

House of Shock and its ‘Resurrection’

Sam Ergina, Online Arcade Editor
October 1, 2015
Filed under Arcade, Online Features

Between voodoo, haunted restaurants and vampire tales, New Orleans has always been connected with the world of the paranormal, which makes it the perfect place for the House of Shock's horrors.On mostly Fridays and Saturdays, starting Oct. 2 through Halloween night, the House of Shock will be celebrating i...

‘Empire’ watch party electrifies City Diner

Sam Ergina, Online Arcade Editor
September 28, 2015
Filed under Arcade, Online Features

This past Wednesday, Tulane Black Student Union, in conjunction with Sony Music, hosted a watch party for the season premiere of "Empire" at City Diner in the Lavin-Bernick Center.Before the actual airing of "Empire," the party featured Los Angeles-based rapper Luke Christopher and his DJ, tons of pr...

La Nuit Sunday Roast Battles attract comedians for laughs and blasts

Keala Rusher, Contributing Reporter
September 27, 2015
Filed under Arcade, Online Features

Once a month, Sundays at La Nuit Comedy Theater are far from lazy. Comedians of all backgrounds and experience levels gather to put one another on blast and see who comes out victorious at the Sunday Roast Battles.Each battle between two comics consists of multiple rounds, each lasting 30 seconds, where each perso...

‘What A Time To Be Alive:’ Drake and Future’s banging victory lap

Michael Ossurguine, Staff Reporter
September 26, 2015
Filed under Arcade, Music, Online Features

Hip-hop artists Future and Drake’s collaborative mixtape is as dazzling as the diamonds in the cover art."What A Time To Be Alive" is, in many ways, another money-trip from a power duo of two hip-hop kings. Comparisons can be drawn between this project and Jay-Z and Kanye West's "Watch the Throne." Whi...

Pancakes and Booze: Redefining a culture of art and music

Jordan Brown, Contributing Reporter
September 26, 2015
Filed under Arcade, Online Features

A culture of the psychedelic encompassed the iconic New Orleans music venue, The Howlin' Wolf on Saturday. Bodies painted in vibrant hues matched the colors on canvases that were strewn about the scene. Dangling paper lanterns danced along with the painted people, swaying to a hum created by gifted a...

Explore New Orleans with ‘The Wiz’ at Palmer Park

Molly Maugeri, Contributing Reporter
September 25, 2015
Filed under Arcade, Online Features

The New Orleans Film Society will screen "The Wiz" at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Palmer Park. Admission is free, and there will be food and drinks sold during the screening.The 1978 adaptation of "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz," directed by Sidney Lumet, stars Diana Ross and Michael Jackson as Dorothy and the...

The Landing festival gathers local talent for funk-filled weekend

Ben Shooter, Associate Arcade Editor
September 24, 2015
Filed under Arcade, Music, Online Features

In a city of music, it is easy to overlook The Landing music festival. Located at South Shore Harbor, the festival's lineup is relatively small, and the whole thing spans just one weekend — this Saturday and Sunday. For music fans, however,  The Landing manages to create its own unique atmospher...

Jazz in the Park: a weekly sampling of New Orleans

Heather Andelsman, Contributing Reporter
September 24, 2015
Filed under Arcade, Online Features

As a college student, what could sound better than a free music festival? Held every Thursday until Oct. 29, Jazz in the Park is the definition of New Orleans culture. At Jazz in the Park, you can hear live music, see artwork from local artists and eat at the best New Orleans food vendors.This yea...

Arcade’s guide on how to sports

Taylor DeMulling, Staff Reporter
September 22, 2015
Filed under Arcade, Online Features

There was a palpable buzz of excitement in the air that Thursday night; a buzz, for once, consisting less of alcohol and more of the knowledge that the first football game of the season would begin shortly.Freshman arrived to Yulman Stadium early, internally acknowledging their first college game as...

Horror Film Festival will garner terrific success and terrifying screams

Lily Milwit, Senior Staff Reporter
September 21, 2015
Filed under Arcade, Online Features

If you are a fan of kids who can see dead people, nightmares on Elm Street, chainsaw massacres in Texas, hauntings, shinings or exorcisms, this month's New Orleans Horror Film Festival will not disappoint.The fifth annual festival will promote horror filmmaking not only in and around New Orleans, but als...

Passion Pit, Atlas Genius blow away crowd at Joy Theater

Passion Pit, Atlas Genius blow away crowd at Joy Theater

Avery Fiftal, Senior Staff Reporter
September 20, 2015
Filed under Arcade, Music, Online Features

When "Kindred" was released last April, many devoted Passion Pit fans were skeptical. With only 10 songs, and many slower tempo tunes, would this record be up to par with Passion Pit's debut album or the just as strong "Gossamer" from 2012?The answer is yes, and it is even better live.Atlas Genius op...

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