“A Tuba to Cuba,” directors T.G. Herrington and Danny Clinch's documentary about a Preservation Hall Jazz Band trip to Cuba in 2015, has been on its own festival tour. It premiered at South by Southwest in March 2018, served as the closing night movie at the New Orleans Film Festival in Octo… Read more

When it came to amenities, the ancients had it rough, but their worldview was simple: Everything was made of the elements air, earth, fire and water. Some works in this "Ear to the Ground: Earth and Element in Contemporary Art" show are more elemental than others, but our relationship with t… Read more

Family Gras, the free music festival and parade-watching party on the Veterans Memorial Boulevard parade route Friday-Sunday, is at Clearview Center in 2019. Headliners include Michael McDonald, The Righteous Brothers, John Oates of Hall & Oates, Imagination Movers and others. Read more

As Gambit reported this week, the 2019 Ruler of the parade krewedelusion — one lowercase word, partially italicized — is iconic black New Orleans culture-bearer Lois Andrews Nelson, to honor her work preserving the Treme traditions krewedelusion draws from in part, and with which it aligns. Read more

Murdertits! is one of the most exciting musical oddities in New Orleans. Her songs, most easily accessed on SoundCloud, are a strange blend of country, synth-pop kitsch and comedy blended into strange, beautiful artifacts. At her rare one-woman shows, she plays cello and synth keyboard, empl… Read more