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The market offers fresh produce, prepared foods, flowers and plants at two locations: Ormond Plantation (13786 River Road, Destrehan) Saturdays 8 a.m. to noon; Luling market (1313 Paul Maillard Road) Wednesday 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. www.germancoastfarmersmarket.org. Read more

The market offers fresh produce, prepared foods, flowers and plants at locations citywide, including Tulane University Square (200 Broadway St.) 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday; the French Market (1008 N. Peters St.) 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday; the American Can Apartments (3700 Orleans Ave.) 3 p.m.… Read more

The food pantries at Broadmoor Improvement Association and Love in Action Outreach will be the beneficiaries of the next Pay It Forward Happy Hour event by trepwise and the Eiffel Society. Food donations will be accepted. www.trepwise.com. Read more

Bella Voce, a 16-member women's choir from Southeastern Louisiana University, perform a variety of Latin texts from contemporary composers, including two meditation set to chant with tuned water glasses.  Read more

Theatre UNO stages the workplace satire about an ambitious group of editorial assistants at a New York magazine and what happens on a not-so-typical day. www.sotaperformance.uno.edu. Read more

Delgado Community College Theatre program presents the story of four mentally challenged men living on their own under the care of a young social worker, with scenes from their daily lives and how they laugh and cope. (504) 671-6616. www.dcc.edu Read more

The literary festival is themed “Voices of New Orleans / Voices of the World” and features Jason Berry, Peter Cooley, Kim Vaz-Deville, Maurice Carlos Ruffin and others. www.onebookonenola.org. Read more

Children and families are invited to join Longue Vue House and Gardens for an afternoon tea, cookies, sandwiches and sweets, plus holiday crafts and photos with Santa for an additional fee of $15. Reservations are required and seating is limited. www.longuevue.com Read more

The market offers fresh produce, prepared foods, flowers and plants at locations citywide, including Tulane University Square (200 Broadway St.) 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday; the French Market (1008 N. Peters St.) 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday; the American Can Apartments (3700 Orleans Ave.) 3 p.m.… Read more

This Southern Rep production is  a modern riff on the 15th century morality play "Everyman" follows Everybody (chosen from the cast by lottery at each performance) as they journey through life’s greatest mystery—the meaning of living. Read more

Theatre UNO stages the workplace satire about an ambitious group of editorial assistants at a New York magazine and what happens on a not-so-typical day. www.sotaperformance.uno.edu. Read more

Delgado Community College Theatre program presents the story of four mentally challenged men living on their own under the care of a young social worker, with scenes from their daily lives and how they laugh and cope. (504) 671-6616. www.dcc.edu Read more

Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez, Elizabeth Debicki and Cynthia Erivo star as four widows united by the debt incurred by their late husbands’ criminal deeds. Liam Neeson, Colin Farrell, Robert Duvall, Daniel Kaluuya and Lukas Haas co-star. Steve McQueen (12 Years a Slave) directed and co-wrot… Read more

The literary festival is themed “Voices of New Orleans / Voices of the World” and features Jason Berry, Peter Cooley, Kim Vaz-Deville, Maurice Carlos Ruffin and others. www.onebookonenola.org. Read more

This immersive "dinner theater" whisks guests to two undisclosed locations for a six-course meal by Chef Melissa Araujo, starting in the French Quarter, as the plot set against the historic narrative of the Pontalba family begins to unravel. www.lookdonttell.com Read more

This Southern Rep production is  a modern riff on the 15th century morality play "Everyman" follows Everybody (chosen from the cast by lottery at each performance) as they journey through life’s greatest mystery—the meaning of living. Read more

Theatre UNO stages the workplace satire about an ambitious group of editorial assistants at a New York magazine and what happens on a not-so-typical day. www.sotaperformance.uno.edu. Read more

Delgado Community College Theatre program presents the story of four mentally challenged men living on their own under the care of a young social worker, with scenes from their daily lives and how they laugh and cope. (504) 671-6616. www.dcc.edu Read more

The festival features showcases of local and visiting dancers performing acts inspired by Star Wars, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, sci-fi, video games, superheroes, cartoons and more. www.nolanerdlesque.com Read more