New Orleans, Louisiana – New Orleans is known for being an up-all-night kind of town. But staying up all night to draw? Once every year, the weekend before Thanksgiving, it's not just New Orleans bars that are open twenty four hours. Eve Abrams reports on the fourth annual Draw-a-thon.
New Orleans, La. – 1989 - Year of Miracles: Austria and the End of the Cold War... a traveling photo exhibit curated by UNO history professor, Dr. Guenter Bischof, celebrates the 20th Anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and the end of the Cold War.
New Orleans – The Voodoo Experience - aka Voodoo Music Experience - which runs Friday, October 30th through Sunday, November 1st at City Park - has - in just eleven years - become one of New Orleans' top-ten tourist attractions. It got started back in 1999 thanks to the efforts of one music-loving New Orleanian and former LSU football star. WWNO's Fred Kasten has the story...
New Orleans, La. – In a one night only performance, the country's 4th largest ballet company celebrates a milestone with works by four preeminent choreographers at the Mahalia Jackson Theater of the Performing Arts.
New Orleans, La. – New Orleans' Visual Arts Season Comes Alive With Gallery Openings Citywide. It Also Marks A Milestone For Artist Jose Torres Tama And His Exploration Of New Orleans Free People Of Color AT The Ogden Museum.
New Orleans – An African American family's future is challenged by a musical instrument with a dark past, as the Anthony Bean Community Theater presents August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize winning play, The Piano Lesson. Performances run through September 27, 2009.