Elon

<p>In recent years, New Orleans has produced some fantastic musical talent. It's hard to walk into a "bad" show in town these days, and we continue to see artists excel beyond our borders. We are truly stoked to introduce one artist we think will blow up very soon...<a target="_blank" href="http://www.onlyelon.com/" rel="noopener noreferrer">Elon</a>.</p>

Burlesque Ballroom

<p>It seems to me that the burlesque scene around Nola has exploded. Burlesque has been a part of cultural landscape since the inception of Jazz and we are quickly becoming the town that all other scenes are measured.</p>

Our Favorite Public Sculpture

<p>As a city, we continue to grow by leaps and bound. The city is truly taking shape and quickly becoming the cosmopolitan landmark we can all be proud of. Last year we pointed out some of the great local parks around town and now we're giving you a heads up on some of the great public sculpture around town.</p>

Keith Spera’s Groove Interrupted

<p>I've flirted with writing my whole life. I'll never admit to actually being a writer, and when it comes to this site, the words are always the last things to be added and uploaded. Because the photos on this site take such precedence, the writing sometimes warms up the bench.</p>

Mac is on lock

<p>We all got an early present from the Easter Bunny this week in the form of the widely anticipated new record from <a target="_blank" href="http://www.nitetripper.com/" rel="noopener noreferrer">Dr. John</a>. Mac's new record titled "Locked Down" was one of the only records in April that I had circled and highlighted on my calendar. It's not just because it's new music from The Nite Tripper, but because one of my other favorite artists, Dan Auerbach (The Black Keys) played an instrumental part in honing it's tone, sound, and final production.</p>

Parks you should know

<p>Habits are very tough to break, especially if you are a creature of them. New Orleanians as I’ve found after years of self-discovery, are the epitome of said creatures. For God’s sake, sorry Jesus, but New Orleans being a predominately catholic culture, who would know better then us.</p>

The Martine Chaisson Gallery

<p style="margin-left:0px; margin-right:0px">I would like to believe that I'm a fan of art. I can be honest with you all and say that my knowledge of fine art needs a bit of touch up work since I graduated from college.The world of contemporary art has amassed a huge following, and a trend in which I want to grab a firm hold.</p>