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Arcade’s guide on how to dance at The Boot

Arcade’s guide on how to dance at The Boot

Chloe Cristian, Contributing Reporter and Heather Andelsman

October 13, 2015


Filed under Arcade, Online Features

Forever scented with cigarettes and Abercrombie cologne, The Boot can intimidate in its class and sophistication. This establishment demands the finest of dance moves to those who decide to rage within its walls. To the students who are completely inexperienced and want to dance with friends, or are l...

Roulez brings campus authentic New Orleans taste

Roulez brings campus authentic New Orleans taste

Natalie Sharp, Contributing Reporter

October 12, 2015


Filed under Arcade, Online Features

It's been a month since Roulez NOLA Comfort Food rolled onto campus, bringing with it just that: a classic New Orleans-style rotating menu that serves up po'boys, jambalaya and more. While students from all over campus flock to the truck to pick up a quick bite between meals, The Arcade investigates to se...

New Orleans Film Festival to screen across city

New Orleans Film Festival to screen across city

Michael Ossorguine, Staff Reporter

October 11, 2015


Filed under Arcade, Online Features

On Wednesday, red carpets will roll out on the streets across the Crescent City and future stars of the movie industry will have the opportunity to present their potential at the 26th annual New Orleans Film Festival. The festival ends on Oct. 22.For aspiring filmmakers trying to learn more about making ...

Preservation Hall Jazz Band gets the Ball rolling

Adam Samolsky, Contributing Reporter

October 10, 2015


Filed under Arcade, Music, Online Features

With a variety of artists and such an eclectic set, there certainly was something for everyone at the Preservation Hall Ball last weekend. The vibrant and animated audience that left the Civic Theatre that night was markedly different from the quiet and reserved crowd that entered earlier that evening....

Art for Art’s Sake gathers, presents all types of artists

Jordan Cohn, Contributing Reporter

October 10, 2015


Filed under Arcade, Online Features

New Orleans' plethora of festivals made way for the biggest art exhibition of the year this past weekend: Art for Art's Sake. The annual festival, falling on the first Saturday of October, gives New Orleanians of all artistic backgrounds the opportunity to come together to support and interact with th...

Aca-Shabat: Hillel provides dinner and a show

Molly Maugeri, Staff Reporter

October 9, 2015


Filed under Arcade, Online Features

In order to properly celebrate an event that practices a refrain from electronic, Tulane's Hillel found an aca-mazing alternative.As the sukkah was set up and the tables began to fill, students and faculty prepared to share Shabbat dinner together alongside Tulane's finest acapella groups. Services bega...

Etch-a-Sketch move from black box to big stage

Keala Rusher, Contributing Reporter

October 7, 2015


Filed under Arcade, Online Features

Moving from a ragtag group of theater misfits to slapping knees with the best at Hell Yes Fest, founding member Doug Kmiotek is amazed at Etch-a-Sketch, Tulane's only comedy group, and its progress.The group transitioned from Improv Sketch Comedy, which consisted of six theater majors who were no...

Salad Boys at Saturn will be best item at the bar

Salad Boys at Saturn will be best item at the bar

Ben Shooter, Associate Arcade Editor

October 6, 2015


Filed under Arcade, Music, Online Features

On Friday, audiences at the Saturn Bar will be treated to the sounds of the Salad Boys, a band from New Zealand currently touring in the United States to promote its new record "Metalmania." This will be the band's first time playing in New Orleans.The Salad Boys, made up of guitarist and vocalist Joe S...

Pizza dip has real pizzazz

Maricela Murillo, Senior Staff Reporter

October 5, 2015


Filed under Arcade, Online Features

Last weekend, a friend and I decided we hated ourselves enough to make a pizza dip recipe featured on Buzzfeed Video of all places. The ingredients were simple and mostly involved cheese: a bag of shredded mozzarella, a bag of shredded parmesan, six ounces of cream cheese, milk, a jar of marinara sauce and toppings like p...

Getting down downtown with GRiZ

Getting down downtown with GRiZ

Molly Maugeri, Staff Reporter

October 2, 2015


Filed under Arcade, Music, Online Features

This Saturday the electronic artist GRiZ is performing at the Joy Theater in at 10 p.m. GRiZ will also play at the Preservation Hall Ball directly beforehand, alongside other artists like Corey Glover, Meshell Ndegeocello, Ivan Neville and many others.For those who don't know GRiZ, better known as Grant...

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...

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