New Orleans Event of the Week The people of New Orleans know a thing or two about storms and disaster relief. If you’re looking to do something good for those poor souls in the Philippines recovering from Typhoon Haiyan, head over to A Mano, where Milkfish, the restaurant pop-up, will be dishing out their authentic -- and amazingly tasty -- Filipino food and raising funds for the relief effort. If you are a good and/or hungry person, you will head here to find out more.
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Thursday, November 14th: Oh, so you think you know your wine, mister fancy-pants? Well, put your sommelier skills to the test over at the Roux House for Bacchanalia, a competitive wine tasting fundraiser for HandsOn New Orleans featuring a whole lotta Cabernet Sauvignon. Click or rather clink (!!) this way for more Continue Reading
Friday, November 15th: Over on Bayou St. John in Mid-City, enjoy a laid-back evening of food, wine, and music at sunset w/ Vino on the Bayou. This Friday’s installation will feature the musical stylings of the Panorama Jazz Band, plus tons of grape hooch donated by Pearl Wine Co. More info here
Friday, November 15th: Every now and again, you just gotta let your hair down and have your face melted off by some blistering riffage. That time, friends, is this Friday, where you’ll find the shred-tacular Steve Vai blowing minds at the House of Blues. Rock out this way for them deets
Saturday, November 16th: If the local politics in New Orleans aren’t enough to make you laugh, don’t despair: this weekend is Hell Yes Fest, celebrating tons of comedy at venues all around the city, including stand-up, sketch, and improv, plus podcasts, storytelling, and even a film festival. Click here for details
Sunday, November 17th: Okay, what comes to mind when you hear the phrase, “You have died of dysentery”? If it’s actual dysentery, then stop reading, but if it’s the most awesomely educational, text-based video game ever made, boy are you in for a treat: The NOLA Project is playing host to Oregon Trail: The Play this weekend! Gather your wagons and click here to find out more