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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 ...

Poet Andy Stallings talks punctuation, velocity and walks with The Arcade

Stephanie Chen, Senior Staff Reporter

November 6, 2014

Andy Stallings is a generous poet. The former Tulane adjunct professor’s debut collection “To the Heart of the World” was published this fall, and it demonstrates Stallings at his most triumphant, crushed, probing. He wil...

The Queue: November

Nina Belzer, Contributing Reporter

November 6, 2014

InterstellarNov. 7It’s been two years since Christopher Nolan’s prolific Batman trilogy concluded. Now, Nolan, who also directed “Inception,” “Insomnia” and “Momento,” is bringing “Intersellar” to the big scre...

Publiq House to play host to pseudo-tribute band The Pizza Underground

Colin Mahar, Contributing Reporter

November 6, 2014

Enigmatic musical act The Pizza Underground will perform at 10 p.m. Friday at the Publiq House on Freret Street. The Pizza Underground is a bizarre collective that defies traditional genres and musical standards, falling somewher...

TUCP to show revolutionary film “Boyhood” on campus Tuesday

Nina Belzer, Contributing Reporter

November 3, 2014

“Boyhood” will screen at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Freeman Auditorium, located in Woldenberg Art Center.Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood” is one of the most critically acclaimed films of 2014, and arguably one of the most revolutionar...

Rocky Horror director brings sensual daydreams to McAlister Auditorium

Lauren Keenan, Video Producer

October 27, 2014

Meet The Hullabaloo’s Student of the Month, Jamie Rosenberg. Jamie is currently a junior studying environmental biology at Tulane. She directs the shadow cast of the Rocky Horror Picture Show at Prytania Theatre every month,...

Israeli Film Festival to screen eye-opening films

Evan Krupp, Contributing Reporter

October 25, 2014

Starting Sunday, the Tulane Jewish Studies Department, with Duke University’s Shai Ginsburg, will be hosting the two-day Israeli Film Festival featuring documentaries covering a wide array of topics concerning Israeli histo...

House of Shock scares NOLA for one last season

Ben Shooter, Contributing Reporter

October 22, 2014

Located close by in Jefferson, Louisiana, the House of Shock provides twisted thrills to audiences several days a week during its last Halloween season, terrifying crowds with horrific realism.The next few weeks are the last window...