She works a day job teaching college students how Southern blues artists changed the course of Southern literature. By night, she works the club circuit as a band leader.
With “Louis Armstrong’s Black & Blues,” filmmaker Sacha Jenkins recasts a legacy he never really knew.
You may not interview a vampire, but New Orleans supplies lots of other opportunities—all month—to meet and greet creatures of the night, from vampire cruises to voodoo ceremonies.
America has 50 million more guns than its 344.4 million people—a figure stratospherically beyond that of any other country.
The late New Orleans keyboard genius is celebrated in two new recordings.
After the Supreme Court gutted Roe v. Wade, a young woman confronted the new reality in a state with a uniquely harsh, immediate ban.
“Queer as Folk” returns, with new characters caught up in the aftermath of a mass shooting. Trauma, romance, betrayal, and a lot of sex ensue in a proudly diverse, reimagined show.