The Tulane Hullabaloo

Method Man and Redman set to bring hard-hitting lyricism to House of Blues Tuesday

K. Matthew Correa, Staff Reporter

November 14, 2014

Hip-hop veterans Method Man and Redman will perform together at 10 p.m. Tuesday at House of Blues. Several opening acts will precede the duo’s set, including B-Real of west coast hip-hop outfit Cypress Hill and breakthrough ...

Timeflies utilizes audience participation at House of Blues show, delivers mixed performance

Nina Belzer, Contributing Reporter

November 14, 2014

Cal Shapiro and Rob Resnick comprise the electro hip-hop duo Timeflies, which performed Saturday at the House of Blues. Two opening bands, The Heydaze and Kap Slap, performed before Timeflies hit the stage. The opening artists ...

Fringe Festival scatters original, out-of-the-box performances throughout New Orleans

Ishan Patel, Contributing Reporter

November 14, 2014

There never seems to be a dull moment in New Orleans. Come Wednesday the city will become merrier with the opening day of the 2014 New Orleans Fringe Festival. This year, the festival promises to be fresher, weirder and more excitin...

Arcade recommends four foodie destinations for Homecoming weekend with your parents

Avery Fiftal, Staff Reporter

November 12, 2014

On a campus dominated by Panda Express and sandwiches from Bruff Commons, Family Weekend is a much-needed break for starving students. As parents come into town, Family Weekend slowly morphs every Tulane student into a true Cresce...

Etch-A-Sketch Comedy to ‘Save the Universe’ in show series

Alec Schwartzman, Print Arcade Editor

November 12, 2014

With finals breathing down students' necks, laughs can be hard to come by. That won't be the case this weekend when Tulane's own Etch-A-Sketch Comedy troupe performs a series of six shows.The comedy series, titled “Etch-A-Sketch C...

Professor to deliver ‘cool’ lecture

Colin Mahar, Staff Reporter

November 12, 2014

Professor Joel Dinerstein will speak about his “American Cool” exhibit 3 p.m. Friday in Stone Auditorium at the Woldenberg Arts Center.Dinerstein, director of the New Orleans Center for the Gulf south and Tulane American Studies Program, has a...

Voodoo Interview: The Tontons react to critical praise

Magda Jurczuk, Staff Reporter

November 7, 2014

The Tontons are a four-member group from Houston, Texas that formed in 2007. They have since received much praise from several news outlets, including being named “Best New Act” in 2008 and “Best Local Recording” in 2014 a...

Voodoo Interview: How The Suffers vocalist Kam Franklin “Gets Around”

Magda Jurczuk

November 7, 2014

During last weekend’s Voodoo Music + Arts Experience, The Arcade got the incredible opportunity to meet lead vocalist Kam Franklin of the Houston-based band, The Suffers. Franklin’s energy was palpable before we even shoo...

Voodoo Interview: Flow Tribe gets spiritual at Voodoo

Laura Rostad, Associate Arcade Editor

November 7, 2014

Adorned in bald caps and maroon dresses draping over neon yellow T-shirts, New Orleans’ own funk rock band Flow Tribe performed at 3 p.m. Saturday on the Ritual Stage.Eight years in the making, the six-piece ensemble released ...

Tulane alum explores the effects of a name in “Meet the Hitlers”

Tyler Mead, Associate Arcade Editor

November 7, 2014

The difference between Hitler, and a Hitler has never been explored in the way director Matthew Ogens does in his new documentary film, “Meet the Hitlers.”Ogens, a Tulane University alum, turned his camera towards ...

The Arcade’s Voodoo Recap

Laura Rostad, Sam Ergina, and Tyler Mead

November 7, 2014

Last weekend thousands of music lovers and festivalgoers gathered in City Park to attend the annual Voodoo Music + Arts Experience.Per tradition, the three-day music festival artfully blended together nationally renowned ...

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