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As part of Prospect 3 Plus artist Brandan Odums has transformed a blighted building into a street art masterpiece.
Filmmaker John Richie — of award-winning documentary about New Orleans gun violence and teens “Shellshocked” — works on a new project focused on gun sales and background checks.
New Orleans-based band Sweet Crude says the ensemble’s shared experiences of growing up in New Orleans have influenced their “celebratory parade music” and the bilingual nature of their sound.
Ukrainian documentarists discuss jazz funerals as a New Orleans tradition and the impact of the experience of filming one had upon a current film project.
New Orleans isn’t justa city for millennials.
In the debut episode of comedian CJ Hunt’s new podcast series, fellow comedian Vanessa Gonzalez talks about writing a solo show, her involvement in Emmy-nominated Latino Comedy Project and cookies.