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New Orleans Events: LSU Cotton Bowl, Museums, Music

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What's happening in New Orleans this January 7?    The LSU Cotton Bowl game.  Art events at the museum. Drinks in the Frenc Quarter. Here's a list from Frank Stansbury, Publisher of LaFete News:




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11th-ranked Tigers (10-2, 6-2 SEC)

17th-ranked Aggies (9-3, 6-2 Big 12) in the 50th meeting between the two programs in the Classic's 75th edition.

Cotton Bowl Info

#11 LSU vs. #18 Texas A&M (H)
Friday, Jan. 7, 2011
7:29 p.m. CST
Cowboys Stadium| 75,815






The world famous Chippendales® LIVE at Harrah's New Orleans!

Date: January 7, 2011
Time: 7pm & 10pm
Location: Harrah's Theatre


by popular demand, Chippendales, the most recognizable brand in ladies' entertainment has established itself as "The Ultimate Girls Night Out™" for women of all ages! See them live and in person at Harrah's New Orleans!


Randy Newman

An Evening with Randy Newman,

with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra
Friday, January 7, 8:00 pm
Mahalia Jackson Theater Phone: (800) 745.3000
Admission: $27.50-$92.50, all tickets subject to applicable service charges and fees

His live performances are rare, so don't miss this one with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra. Randy Newman is one of the most sardonic, iconoclastic, musically adept and stylistically diverse singer/songwriters in the music industry. Most recently, Newman wrote the songs and score for Disney's "Toy Story 3" and "The Princess and the Frog," of which "Almost There" and "Down In New Orleans" were Oscar-nominated.

Mahalia Jackson Theater


801 N. Rampart St.
New Orleans, LA 70116
Basin St. is the Main Entrance ($10 per car)
Villere St. is the Prepaid VIP Entrance.
Please enter through Basin St. for Accessible parking.


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Where Y'Art? Each Friday eveningat NOMA enjoy different offerings of live music, performances, children's activities, exhibition walk-throughs, guest speakers, theater and - of course - GREAT ART. This Friday's events include:


Zen Paintings from the Permanent Collection exhibition opening (Third Floor)


Lisa Erf, Director of JP Morgan Chase Collection, will speak at 6 pm. The title of the talk is "Collecting Contemporary Art: An Insider's View"
(Stern Auditorium)


Walk-though of Great Collectors / Great Donors exhibition at 7:30 pm. (Ella West Freeman Galleries)


Jazz guitar duo, Sena Venet (Great Hall)


All events are included with museum admission..


New Orleans Museum of Art


One Collins Diboll Circle, City Park  New Orleans



New Orleans Flag


Residents Can Recycle Christmas Trees to Help Save Louisiana's Wetlands

 NEW ORLEANS, LA-Mayor Landrieu announced today the City's continued participation in the Christmas Tree Program for wetlands restoration. 

 New Orleans residents wishing to participate in the program are asked to remove all lights, tinsel, and ornaments from their Christmas trees and leave them on the curb on the specified date of collection for their neighborhood by 4:00 am.  Artificial and flocked trees are not eligible for the program.  The City's solid waste collection contractors will collect trees from citizens on their specified date of collection for their neighborhood within the dates of January 6, 7, and 8. Tree collection for the French Quarter/DDD will be on January 6th only.

 Volunteers are needed throughout the month of January to prepare the trees for placement in wetland areas.  Volunteers should be 18 or older and able to lift approximately 30 pounds.  Beginning in February, the Louisiana National Guard will collect the trees via helicopter and deposit them in pre-selected coastal zones as determined by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service.

 Anyone interested in volunteering should contact Dani Levine in the Office of Coastal & Environmental Affairs at 504-658-4071. 

Geometreks in New Orleans

The Joint Mathematics Meetings(JMM) will be held Jan. 6-9, 2011, in New Orleans, bringing together nearly 6,000 mathematicians. Famous for its French Quarter, jazz, food, and more, the city also has a claim to fame in the realm of public art, some of it mathematical in nature


Nunsensa 2011

Friday January 7 - Saturday January 29. Fridays (07:30 PM - 09:30 PM)
Saturdays (07:30 PM - 09:30 PM)
Sundays (02:00 PM - 04:00 PM)

Holy Ahoy! Ring in 2011 with your favorite all-singing, all-dancing group of Nuns! Jefferson Performing Arts Society (JPAS) is pleased to present their production of Dan Goggin's MESHUGGAH-NUNS! The Ecumenical Nunsense on stage January 7-23, 2011 at Teatro Wego! Theatre, 177 Sala Avenue in Westwego. Performances are Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m.. The production will also be on stage Saturday, January 29 at 7:30 p.m. at Benet Hall, Saint Joseph Abbey in Covington, LA.

"Uncle" Wayne Daigrepont is back in the "habit" to direct heavenly hi-jinks with Alan Payne as musical director and Lindsey Price as choreographer. This time, the nuns are joined by a Jewish brother on the high seas of comedy in this reincarnation of the popular Nunsense franchise! MESHUGGAH-NUNS stars, MELINDA TALIANCICH FALGOUST, KATHERINE McCLAIN, AEA, VALERIE ST. AMANT, KAREN BRADSHAW and MATT STANDLEY. You don't have to be Catholic! You don't have to be Jewish! This is a show for anyone who enjoys a good laugh! Tickets are $15-30. For tickets, http://www.jpas.orgor call 504-885-2000. JPAS has great group rates, call the Box Office to find out about Group Discounts.

Join Reverend Mother (Karen Bradshaw), Sister Robert Anne (Melinda Taliancich Falgoust), Sister Hubert (Valerie St. Amant) and Sister Amnesia (Katherine McClain) as they embark on the "Faiths of All Nations" Cruise in MESHUGGAH-NUNS! After a week at sea the ship runs into a storm and several people become ill, including all the entertainers who happen to be the cast of FIDDLER ON THE ROOF. All the entertainers on board except the actor playing Tevye (Matt Standley) fall sick! The captain of the ship, knowing of the Sisters' show biz savvy, requests that the Sisters and Tevye put on a revue. The result is MESHUGGAH-NUNS!The Ecumenical Nunsense! Hilarity reigns supreme with songs like Say It In Yiddish, Contrition, In the Convent and If I Were a Catholic. From Sister Amnesia's attempt at magic to the sing-along Fiddlerspiel, this show is a boatload of comedy and fun!


Palm Court Brown

 1204 Decatur Street
New Orleans, LA, 70116
Phone: 504.525.0200


  07 Clive Wilson & Palm Court Jazz Band
08 Lionel Ferbos & Palm Court Jazz Band
09 Lucien Barbarin & Tom Fischer w/Sunday Night Swingsters



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No Cover
(504) 553-2299


 Friday, January 7
5pm - The Professor Piano Series featuring Tom McDermott
8pm - Leon "Kid Chocolate" Brown
12 Midnight - Burlesque Ballroom featuring Trixie Minx and Linnzi Zaorski
Saturday, January 8
8pm - Jaz Sawyer's Crescent City All-Stars
12 Midnight - Brass Band Jam featuring Brass-a-Holics
Sunday, January 9
7pm - Tyler's Revisited featuring Germaine Bazzle and Paul Longstreth


chickie wah


7@ 5:30 - Happy Hour w/The Pfister Sisters
7 @ 8 - Dave Stryker Quartet
7 @ 10 - The Ogya Band
8 @ 8 - The Ogya Band



Maison Music Club

 Friday Jan 7th 5pm....10pm Daria and the Hip Drops

                                   Midnight Ashton Hines and the Big Easy

Saturday Jan 8th 7pm, Metaphysical Funk Menagerie....

                            10pm Jeremy Phipps and The Outsiders, Free Agents
       Brass Band


Preservation Hall

  Friday January 7, 2011 @ 8:00 to 11:00pm
Preservation Hall, 726 St. Peter
Preservation Hall Jazz Masters featuring Leroy Jones
Leroy Jones, Daniel Farrow,
  Katja Toivola, Steve Pistorious, Mitchell Player and Gerald French


Some Like It Hot 12-17-10


Every Sunday 11am-2pm Buffa's Jazz Brunch, 1001 Esplanade

Every Friday night 7pm - 10pm  Maison  at 508  Frenchmen Street

Jazz  every Sunday from
11:00AM until 2:00 PM featuring
Dixieland/Traditional jazz by
"Some Like it Hot"
at Buffa's Lounge
corner of Burgundy and Esplanade Ave o Cover Charge 

Enjoy a delicious brunch!
Drink 2 dollar Mimosa's

 SOME LIKE IT HOT! BAND  - October Music  Schedule





Le Chat Noir Showsthis weekend at
       le chat noir
       Jason Graae
       "...extraordinary range...superb comic...magnificent voice!"- Variety

       Jason brings his critically-acclaimed one-man show,

       Graae's Anatomy,

       to Le Chat Noir for this limited engagement...
       If you were lucky enough to see the Post K New Orleans Actor's 
Benefit starring Tommy Tune, then you know Jason Graae just "knocked 
'em dead" that night and the audience fell in love with his very New 
Orleans view of things. He's "home" with his aply titled one-man show 
"Graae's Anatomy." Don't miss the fun because you know you'll want to 
be "in that number" for Mr. Graae's delightful solo evening of song, 
dance and story.

       "Graae hurrah! of the best entertainers I have ever seen 
in my life.a prodigiously talented impish dynamo who can be wildly, 
wickedly funny one moment and then leave you emotionally stunned the 
next with the beauty of compelling ballads sung in the purest 
tenor/baritone imaginable."
       - David Cuthbert
       Three shows, only, so call now for better seating!!
       Jan 7, 8 & 9
       "....and with Alex Rybeck on piano, this is just New Orleans' cup of tea"
       (Fri/Sat at 8pm/Sun at 6pm)
       Tickets: $36 ($5 drink credit)
       Don't miss this chance to see a Cabaret Master in action...
       and his very "New Orleans" attitude makes him just the guy to start
       Le Chat Noir's 2011 Cabaret Season!

       visit our website to find our Performance Calendar . directions 
and a map . how to contact us .  more information on individual shows 
. ONLINE TICKETING . or call for reservations: 504.581.5812
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       .. Le Chat Noir. 715 St. Charles Avenue. New Orleans, LA 70130 ..
       And lots more cabaret is on the way: The Ricky Graham Show, 
Banu Gibson's By George, Leslie Castay - unscripted,
       The New Orleans BINGO! Show, and a new light in the firmament: 
Todd Murray - crooner extraordinaire!!


Cat Louie

Captain Louie is the story of a young boy on Halloween night who escapes into his own imagination as a means of coping with the loneliness he feels when he moves to a new neighborhood. Of its initial production, The New York Times said Captain Louie captures "the sound and rhythm of music that runs through childhood fantasies with a book that conveys the communicative magic of the original story."

The story is full of tricks and treats, and the incomparable music and lyrics of Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Godspell, Pippin). Most of all, Captain Louie is about friendship -- the ability to make new friends and the importance of old ones.


CAPTAIN LOUIE-Only 9 shows!
FRI 1/7 @ 7:30 pm
SAT 1/8 @ 1:00 pm
SUN 1/9 @ 3:00 pm
FRI 1/21 @7:30 pm
SAT 1/22 @1:00 pm
SUN 1/23 @ 3:00 pm
FRI 1/28 @7:30 pm
SAT 1/29 @1:00 pm
SUN 1/30 @3:00 pm

 NORD Ty Tracy Theatre, Gallier Hall
545 St. Charles Ave.
New Orleans, LA70130


Fairgrounds Morning



 The best that Fair Grounds Race Course & Slots has to offer will be bigger and better during the 139th Thoroughbred Racing Season, which runs  to March 27, 2011.

 The  2010-2011 Thoroughbred Racing Season will run Thursdays to Mondays through February and Fridays to Mondays in March. Live racing also will be conducted on March 8 (Mardi Gras Day).


 First post is set for 12:40 p.m. Central Standard Time (CST) daily, graded stakes days (Jan. 22, Feb. 19 and March 26; first post is 12:10 p.m.) and Starlight Racing nights ( Jan. 21, Feb. 18 and March 18; first post is 5 p.m.).

Reservations for Clubhouse dining and box seats will be taken by phone at (504) 943-2200 or 1-800-262-7983 . General admission to the Grandstand is always free and Clubhouse admission is $6, except for Starlight Racing ($10).  





Saturday 1-8-10



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Be our guest to a FREE public birthday on Saturday, January 8.
The morning kicks off with the St. Aug Marching 100 parading down Lelong Drive.
There will be performances throughout the day from the New Orleans Ballet Theatre, the
Symphony Chorus of New Orleans, and the New Orleans Opera Association.
Cafe du Mondeis providing coffee. And OF COURSE there will be lots of birthday cake!
Here's to a centennial year full of celebrations! Happy 2011!

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10am- St. Aug Marching 100 begins the march down Lelong and to the museum

11am- Opening Remarks

Immediately after remarks (~11:30) - New Orleans Ballet Theatre begins Lakme and Broadway performer singing

11:30am- Art-making activity begins

noon- Cake cutting and coffee from Cafe du Monde

12:15pm- Tour of Great Collectors/Great Donors by John d'Addario

1pm - Symphony Chorus on steps in Great Hall

1:30pm - Sculpture Garden Tour by Pamela Buckman

2pm- Opera a la Carte in the Sculpture Garden (in case of bad weather, Opera will be in Auditorium)

4pm - ArtActivity ends

4:30pm - Last admission


New Orleans Museum of Art

One Collins Diboll Circle, City Park

New Orleans, Louisiana 70179



City Bark

NOLA City Bark

ADOPTION DAY: P.A.W.S. will hold an adoption event at the dog park on Saturday January 8, from 10am-1pm. Look for the very adoptable foster dogs wearing "Adopt Me" vests.


JANUARY 8 & 9, 2011



40 Lucky Brides will win

 40 Wedding Gowns from House of Broel



Register at

LakesideShopping Center

Saturday, January 8th from 10:00 - 4:00

Sunday, January 9th from 12:00 - 4:00

Winners will be announced with a drawing at 3:30

Sunday, January 9th

Winners must be present

It's FREE but please lots of non-perishable food items

 for Second Harvest Food Bank

For more information call 504-494-2220


american cannons


Saturday, January 8

Battle of New Orleans Anniversary

"The British are coming, the British are coming" to the Chalmette Battlefield

to commemorate the Battle of New  Orleans. Walk through British

and American camps, listen to generals planning strategy, soldiers

swapping stories around campfires, and women wondering what fate has in store

for New Orleans. Over 100 living history experts share stories of the War of

1812, fire cannons and muskets, and bring the era to life.  Also

check out the Kid's Camp where the little ones can make pirate and

military hats, play period games, and try on military uniforms.  End the

day with lunch or dinner at Rocky & Carlo's Restaurant. The kids will

love it!


Where: Chalmette Battlefield, 8606 West St. Bernard Hwy, Chalmette.


When: 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM

Saturday, January 8 (see parking information below)

  • 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Living history encampment, cannon and musket firings, military drills, and period crafts. Kids Camp 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. with special activities, kid-sized period uniforms and clothes to try on, and period games. Click here for Saturday's schedule. Free.
  • 9:15 a.m. Ribbon-cutting and grand opening of the new visitor center. Free.
  • 10:00 a.m. Wreath-laying ceremony honors the men who fought at the Battle of New Orleans. Free.
  • Lantern Tour is sold out. No more tickets are available.



Who: A great educational experience for the family.


How: Free offsite parking is at the St. Bernard Parish Government

Complex, 8201

West Judge Perez Drive in Chalmette. Free shuttles run continuously to

the battlefield.


Cost: Free!!


For more info:



 Catching Cobria

Title of Show: "Gulf Coast Lexicon", watercolors, pastels  and ceramics of the flora and fauna of the Gulf Coast

Jean Bragg Gallery

600 Julia Street New Orleans, 70130

504 895 7375

Artist: Chris Stebly, grandson of Walter Anderson

Opening Date : January 8, 2011, Reception 6-9pm

Closing Date: through January 31, 2011


Brown Improv Comedy Live at City Bar
Saturday, January 8, 8:30-10 pm
City Bar, 3515 Hessmer Av.

A group called simply "Brown" does improv to it's full potential. They routinely take suggestions from the audience and turn them into comedy. Do all the sketches work? Do some go awry? This is where you have to see it to believe it. With a cast of characters like no other, this is the way to truly see comedy in it's rawest form. No two shows are ever the same. So
come watch Ken (the voice of comedy reason), Kelli (the gentle comedy flower with the mouth of a sailor),Gant (proving comedy can come from a sensitive place just not from him) ,Jonathan(A man who knows no comedy boundaries of good taste) ,Bob( a comedic actor/comedian who thinks a beer at breakfast is the only way to start the day) and the old man Mike



The Zulu Social Aid and Pleasure Club 2011 Poster Unveiling will be held at the NOAAM, Saturday, January 8 from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm.  It is free and open to the public. 




This Saturday: Sugared Treats with Liz Williams

Saturday, January 8 at 2 pm
Free with museum admission
We hope everyone is enjoying the New Year so far, getting used to writing 2011 and  recovering from the holidays. If you made it to the museum last Sunday, then you'll know that we have just opened a terrific new exhibit about sugar production and use in Louisiana and other Southern states. In order to properly celebrate and explore the role that sugar plays in our lives, we're starting a series of lectures and demonstrations with a Sugared Goodiesdemo from Liz Williams. She'll show us how to make candied lemon and orange peels while discussing other easy sugared treats.

 Tout de Sweet

Our new exhibit, Tout de Sweet: All About Sugar, is up and ready for you to explore! We have a lot of fascinating artifacts from local sugar producers and from the Domino Sugar Company, as well as individuals such as yourselves who have wanted to contribute. Thank you for all your help and support and we look forward to seeing you here


Sunday 1-9-10




 Trinity Organ


Trinity Artist Series

1329 Jackson Avenue - New Orleans -Call: Albinas


Sunday, Jan.  9 at5 pm   Rudy's Caribbean Funk Band

A band of 7 exceptional musicians led by legendary vocalist Rudy Mills offering an exotic sound of Latin/Caribbean with a touch of R&B and Country


Please Note: Tuesday, Jan. 11 at 6 pm  till 7 pm in the church "Organ & Labyrinth",

Organ Recital Candlelight with Albinas Prizgintas on the 5000 pipe Trinity tracker organ.

The programincludes some of thegreatest music ever written ranging

fromClassical Baroque to vintage rock andpopular tunes


Sunday, Jan. 16 at 5 pm:            Valerie Francis, soprano& Wilfred Delphin, pianist

a concert in honor of Martin Luther King' birthday featuring Arias, Spirituals, and Art Songs


Please Note: Tuesday, Jan. 18 at 6 pm  till 7 pm in the church "Organ & Labyrinth",

Organ Recital Candlelight with Albinas Prizgintas on the 5000 pipe Trinity tracker organ.

The programincludes some of thegreatest music ever written ranging

fromClassical Baroque to vintage rock andpopular tunes


Sunday, Jan. 23 at 5 pm:      Yesterday's Unforgetable Hits Songs

with soprano Linda Lintz and baritone Saul Schneider, accompanied byTom Hook on the piano



Please Note: Tuesday, Jan. 25 at 6pmtill 7 pm in

the church "Organ & Labyrinth",

Organ Recital Candlelight with Albinas Prizgintas on the 5000 pipe Trinity tracker organ.

The programincludes some of thegreatest music ever written ranging

fromClassical Baroque to vintage rock andpopular tunes



Sunday, Jan, 30 at 5 pm:     Armand St. Martin, solo pianist & Celebre New Orleans  entertainer

Armand St. Martin'smusic show is a one-man piano-based experience with his original Louisiana-flavored songs and classic New Orleans covers that he sings.

Armandperforms in the New Orleans two-handed piano style of others before him like Professor Longhair, Dr. John, Allen Toussaint and Fats Domino.



*** Every Monday from 6 to 7 pm , TAIZE in the Chapel with candlelight

*** Every Thursday at 6:30 pm Choral Evensong

Evensong is an ancient Anglican service which embodies the glories  of the Anglican musical


Upcoming Events



33rd Tips

1.14 : The Funky Meters feat. Art Neville, George Porter, Jr., Russell Batiste, & Special Guest Brian Stoltz

1.15 : Kermit Ruffins & The Barbecue Swingers

1.21 & 22 : The Radiators 33rd Anniversary Shows


 For their recital on Sunday, January 30 at 6:00 pm, at St. Mary's Church,
1100 Chartres St., pianist Jean-Baptiste Monnot, Young Artist in Residence
at the St. Louis Cathedral, and violinist Joseph Meyer, Concert Master of
the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra will perform Jean-Marie Leclair's
Sonata in D major (Opus 9 no. 3), Olivier Messiaen's Thème et variations
(1932), Nathan Milstein's arrangement of Frederick Chopin nocturne c sharp
minor (opus posthumous), and Robert Schumann Sonata for Violin and Piano No.
2 in d minor (opus 121).
The concert will be free and open to the public..
Jean-Baptiste Monnot, Young Artist-in-Residence at the St. Louis Cathedral,
is a graduate with honors from both the Rouen and Paris Conservatories.  A
student of Olivier Latry and Michel Bouvard, additional studies have been
with Jean Guillou of Paris and

Bernard Haas of Stuttgart.  He has played recitals through France, and
appeared in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Japan,
Spain, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.

Love New Orleans, She Will Love You Back



Frank Stansbury
LaFete News


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