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The Foundation Gallery will have a Dirty Linen Night showcase featuring Jane Talton’s anthropomorphic depictions of 15th and 16th century northern Renaissance paintings.
Locally inspired and filmed movie from LOCOfilm “The Lot” garners national recognition as a finalist in Indewire’s project of the month contest.
As part of our Voices of the Lower Ninth series, we talk to Tia Henry, who, along with her husband and sister-in-law, dedicated four years to opening neighborhood food oasis Cafe’ Dauphine in a Katrina-ravaged building.
A virtual gallery: Ninth Ward snapshots Part I
A photo gallery featuring some of the physical landmarks that characterize the Lower Ninth Ward neighborhood.
Local practitioner of Jin Shin Jyutsu, an ancient Japanese form of accupressure,Cily Winkeler uses the healing craft to help ailing clients.
As part of our Voices of the Lower Ninth series, we talk to Ronald Lewis, the face and mind behind neighborhood cultural museum House of Dance and Feathers.
A short documentary about New Orleans comedy theater The New Movement Theater’s recent expansion.