How to use The Advocate’s online events calendar _lowres

This undated image made available by the University of Durham, Friday July 11, 2008, shows the frontispiece of a "priceless" edition of Shakespeare's works stolen ten years ago, which was recovered after a man took the book into a US library and asked to have it authenticated. The first folio edition, printed in 1623, was among a number of books and manuscripts taken from the Durham University Library in December 1998.(AP Photo/University of Durham, ho)

Access The New Orleans Advocate’s online calendar through and register if you haven’t done so already. Then add your event, along with a photo, if you like. The form will ask you to search for your event — that’s only to stop duplication of entries. At the site, you also can search for other events or browse the calendar. If you have any questions, call (504) 432-9257. Deadline for submission of calendar events is Friday at noon.