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Week in review

Your week got the better of you and you missed a beat or two on NolaVie. You can catch up on local cultural arts news in NolaVie’s Week in Review, featuring a snapshot of the week’s features, published every Saturday.

Can art take hold on Tulane Avenue?: A P.3+ invasion


Tulane Avenue cocktail bar Treo brings art to the neighborhood, aligning itself with Prospect New Orleans satellite project P.3+.


How’s Bayou?: Shining a light on carnival, Part 1


Mardi Gras connoisseur and historian Arthur Hardy releases the 5th edition of his cultural Mardi Gras guide.


St. Claude Main Street helps local vendors set up shop


A “sex-positive, shame free” boutique pops up on St. Claude Avenue.


Under one roof: What’s so great about SketchFest Chicago?

Sketchfest 2011

Local comedians reveal why SketchFest, which unites thousands of comedic minds under a single roof, is important to them.



Oh come on, be a Dancing Queen


Abba’s musical hits come to the Saenger Theatre for a limited run of “Mamma Mia.”


Liberté on a Chalmette battlefield


French re-enactors travel to NOLA, participating in Battle of New Orleans commemoration at a battlefield in Chalmette.




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