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A recently acquired akwanshi monolith from the Cross Rivers region of Nigeria forms the centerpiece of this focus exhibition, showcasing stone as a material used in ancestral veneration among West African cultures. www.noma.org Read more

Brown bag lunch series with an interesting item from the museum's collection to explain, answer questions or start a conversation, with provided water and seating. www.hgghh.org Read more

The Victory Belles vocal trio bring to life the songs that inspired the Allies to victory during World War II in a revue features gems of the era, such as “White Cliffs of Dover,” “Harbor Lights,” “The Last Time I Saw Paris,” “La Vie En Rose,” and “I’ll Be Seeing You.” www.nationalww2museum.org Read more

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

Stroll through 300 years of history in one of New Orleans’ oldest neighborhood with a walking tour encompassing Pitot House, Faubourg Pontchartrain and St. Louis Cemetery No. 3 on Esplanade Avenue. www.louisianalandmarks.org Read more

The markets offer 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; Ochsner Rehabilitation Hospital (2614 Jefferson Highway) 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday; Bywater at Rusty Rainbow, Chartres a… Read more

The markets offer 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; Ochsner Rehabilitation Hospital (2614 Jefferson Highway) 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday; Bywater at Rusty Rainbow, Chartres a… Read more

An outdoor, immersive comedic production of "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow," featuring Ichabod Crane and the infamous Headless Horseman until the cast starts to be mysteriously killed off...and the crew...and the entire Louisiana Philharmonic. www.nolaproject.com Read more

A recently acquired akwanshi monolith from the Cross Rivers region of Nigeria forms the centerpiece of this focus exhibition, showcasing stone as a material used in ancestral veneration among West African cultures. www.noma.org Read more

Third Thursday tour led by different individuals involved in the show, including LaToya Ruby Frazier for "Latoya Ruby Frazier: Flint is Family"; also "The American Dream Revisited: The Residents of Gordon Plaza’s Struggle to Leave the Agriculture Street Landfill Behind," students from the Cr… Read more

The markets offer 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; Ochsner Rehabilitation Hospital (2614 Jefferson Highway) 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday; Bywater at Rusty Rainbow, Chartres a… Read more

The haunted house, in a former mortuary, is themed “Scream No More: The Cult of 13,” and visitors will dodge ghostly serial killers and other monsters while wearing the protective Ivory Masks of Ether to see the ghosts and for protection; there are also escape rooms. Various dates through No… Read more

Poets Whitney Mackman, Karen Maceira, Deb Jannerson, Kathleen Balma and Gina Ferrara will read from and discuss their work; co-sponsored by the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival. www.jplibrary.net Read more

The chef and author discusses and signs his book "South: Essential Recipes and New Explorations," in conversation with Chef Kelly Fields at this ticketed event. Garden District Book Shop to sell. www.gardendistrictbookshop.com Read more

An outdoor, immersive comedic production of "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow," featuring Ichabod Crane and the infamous Headless Horseman until the cast starts to be mysteriously killed off...and the crew...and the entire Louisiana Philharmonic. www.nolaproject.com Read more

The French Quarter theater opens the season with the manic menagerie of itinerant actors rehearsing a flop called "Nothing's On," with doors slamming, intrigue and an errant herring in this classic comedy. www.lepetittheatre.com. Read more

A recently acquired akwanshi monolith from the Cross Rivers region of Nigeria forms the centerpiece of this focus exhibition, showcasing stone as a material used in ancestral veneration among West African cultures. www.noma.org Read more

The markets offer 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; Ochsner Rehabilitation Hospital (2614 Jefferson Highway) 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday; Bywater at Rusty Rainbow, Chartres a… Read more

The author of "City of a Million Dreams: A History of New Orleans at Year 300" is the featured lecturer during the Guild of St. Luke's Feast of St. Luke, with mass, lunch and the art exhibit "Glimpses of Fontainebleau" by Nancy Tigert. www.saintjosephabbey.com Read more

German food specialties, wine and beer, oompah music, dance performance for this annual celebration of Teutonic heritage and culture; plus races, costume contests, stein holding contests and more. www.deutscheshaus.org Read more

Music by Eileina Davis, movies, children’s activities and more, including Art on the Spot drop-in activity table and members of Lee Ledbetter & Associates discussing and signing the design and architecture firm's book. www.noma.org. Read more

Dr. Craig Hood and view the recently installed bat houses and monitoring systems! You will have the chance to hear the bats as we walk the evening with monitors and learn more about bats and their habits! Limited spaces is available. Free for members, non-members-$5.00 Call 985-626-1238 or e… Read more

A three-day celebration of the Cajun smoked sausage in St. John the Baptist Parish, with many andouille-based food options, entertainment, crafts and carnival rides. Also Saturday and Sunday. www.andouillefestival.com Read more

The haunted house, in a former mortuary, is themed “Scream No More: The Cult of 13,” and visitors will dodge ghostly serial killers and other monsters while wearing the protective Ivory Masks of Ether to see the ghosts and for protection; there are also escape rooms. Various dates through No… Read more

An outdoor, immersive comedic production of "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow," featuring Ichabod Crane and the infamous Headless Horseman until the cast starts to be mysteriously killed off...and the crew...and the entire Louisiana Philharmonic. www.nolaproject.com Read more

The French Quarter theater opens the season with the manic menagerie of itinerant actors rehearsing a flop called "Nothing's On," with doors slamming, intrigue and an errant herring in this classic comedy. www.lepetittheatre.com. Read more

The classic Broadway musical about a nun who becomes a governess then a wife to an Austria naval hero and his seven children, then flees the country as World War II spreads through Europe; with such classics as "Do Re Mi," "The Sound of Music" and "Climb Ev'ry Mountain." www.jpas.org. Read more

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