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Trans March of Resilience, Phrases and Music, Goblin performs ‘Suspiria’ and extra New Orleans occasions developing Nov. 15-21 | Occasions

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Trans March of Resilience

Sunday, Nov. 20, is Transgender Day of Remembrance, a day to recollect those that misplaced their lives resulting from anti-trans violence. Abuse to the trans neighborhood is a far too frequent prevalence, and politicians regularly push to strip away rights and make the world ever extra harmful for trans folks. In New Orleans, the Trans March of Resilience will honor the reminiscences of these misplaced and can march to remind the world of the neighborhood’s resilience and the pressing battle for trans rights and protections. The march gathers at 11 am Sunday at Washington Sq. Park in Marigny. Discover extra info at fb.com/nolatmor.

Judith Owen & Her Gents Callers

In October, Judith Owen launched “Come On & Get It,” an album of massive band and jazz tunes from girls vocalists and bandleaders. It additionally contains a number of enjoyable, so-called “soiled blues” tunes stuffed with double entendres, like “Large Lengthy Sliding Factor.” She recorded the track with an all-star assortment of New Orleans musicians, and he or she performs songs from the album stay with a giant band for the primary time on Nov. 19. At 7:30 pm Saturday at Toulouse Theatre. Tickets $45-$60 through toulousetheatre.com.

Hansel and Gretel

Engelbert Humperdinck composed the rating for this operatic adaptation of the traditional Grimms’ fairy story within the Nineties, and it is at all times been related to the Christmas holidays. The New Orleans Opera Affiliation presents the family-friendly present at 7:30 pm Friday, Nov. 18, and a couple of:30 pm Sunday, Nov. 20, on the Mahalia Jackson Theater for the Performing Arts. Tickets $32-$227 through neworleansopera.org.

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Goblin performs ‘Suspiria’

Italian rock band Goblin’s soundtrack to Dario Argento’s “Suspiria” has grow to be nearly as a lot of a cult traditional because the movie itself. It has been influential and immediately recognizable by horror followers. To mark the forty fifth anniversary of “Suspiria,” Claudio Simonetti’s Goblin is on an expansive tour of North America performing the rating stay to the movie together with a second set of different Goblin items. They play at 7 pm Sunday, Nov. 20, at Poor Boys with Quintron’s Mellotron. Tickets are $40 through poorboysbar.com.

Airlift’s Neighborhood Profit

New Orleans Airlift hosts its annual neighborhood profit and fundraising occasion at 6 pm Friday, Nov. 18, on the Music Field Village. Proceeds from this yr’s occasion shall be shared with perinatal healthcare group Birthmark Doulas and Daughters Past Incarceration, which helps assist kids of incarcerated dad and mom. There shall be performances by Daybreak Richard, C’est Funk and the New Orleans Child Doll Women and extra, and writer Ned Sublette shall be a visitor speaker. Meals shall be obtainable from Chase Women Catering, Johnny Sanchez, Zuzu and Otra Vez. Airlift may also have fun its new Schoolhouse, an indoor multi-use house at Music Field Village. Normal tickets are $200, and there’s a $75 choice. Discover extra info at neworleansairlift.org.

serathons

From its raucous early begin, Shreveport’s Seratones have advanced into extra of a soul and funk outfit showcasing AJ Haynes’ vocals. Its April launch, “Love & Algorhythms,” pushes its sound in spacey instructions. Candy Crude opens at 9 pm Friday, Nov. 18, at Tipitina’s. Tickets are $19 through tipitinas.com.

MaCCNO celebrates its tenth anniversary on Sunday, Nov. 20, with an occasion at Zony Mash.

Phrases and Music

The annual competition celebrates literary subjects, music and meals with panel discussions and interviews Nov. 16-19. Poets honor Sylvia Plath on her ninetieth birthday from her; Jarvis DeBerry talks about why Louisiana would not have a Civil Rights Museum with activist Leona Tate; and Melissa Weber, aka DJ Soul Sister, talks with professor Bryan Wagner about his guide “The Wild Tchoupitoulas.” For a full schedule and hyperlinks to tickets, go to wordsandmusic.org.

JAMFEST

JAMFEST options music from John Boutte and Anjelika “Jelly” Joseph, plus meals distributors together with Milkfish, Bywater Bakery, Beaucoup Eats and the Ya-Ka-Mein Girl Miss Linda Inexperienced. The free occasion is from 11 am to five pm Saturday, Nov. 19, at 5 Homer Plessy Manner, close to co-sponsor JAMNOLA. Go to jamnola.com for extra info.

Coats for Youngsters

Cellist Jee-Yeoun Ko’s live performance fundraiser to supply winter coats to kids in want options members of the Ellis Marsalis Quartet, the Faubourg Quartet, the Xavier College Music Division and extra, in addition to tango dancers, an African dance group and visible artists. The present is at 7 pm Thursday, Nov. 17, at Gallier Corridor. Tickets are $25, and attendees are requested to donate a brand new or gently used coat. Tickets can be found on Eventbrite.com.







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Large Chief Bo Dollis Jr. is the main focus of a brand new brief documentary enjoying Tuesday, Nov. 15, on the New Orleans Jazz Museum.




Wild Magnolias documentary

Filmmaker Alexandra Kern’s new brief documentary follows Large Chief Bo Dollis Jr. as he teaches three younger proteges the practices of The Wild Magnolias and the significance of the Black Masking Indian custom. The New Orleans Jazz Museum hosts a free screening of “Wild Magnolias” adopted by a Q&A at 2 pm Tuesday, Nov. 15, within the museum’s third-floor efficiency heart. Discover extra info at nolajazzmuseum.org.

Oddisee & Good Firm

Acclaimed Washington, DC, emcee Oddisee and his stay band, Good Firm, make a tour cease on the Toulouse Theater on Tuesday, Nov. 15. The present begins at 8 pm with New Orleans’ Alfred Banks opening. Tickets are $20 through toulousetheatre.com.

Krewe du Crave brings handmade empanadas to bars and beyond

Matt Gilinsky spoke with Gambit about specializing in empanadas, fine-tuning his recipe and beginning a pop-up.

Water Seed

New Orleans future funk band Water Seed releases the primary subject of their new comedian guide, “Sounds of the Wasteland,” with a celebration at 8 pm Friday, Nov. 18, on the Rabbit Gap. The band will carry out together with rapper Kr3wcial and DJ Raj Smoove. Hosted by Marvel podcaster Angelique Roche and comic DC Paul. Tickets are $15 through rabbitholenola.com.

anareta

New Orleans orchestral doom metallic band Anareta performs Gasa Gasa at 9 pm Friday, Nov. 18. Guts Membership, which has a brand new album out early subsequent yr, and Large Backyard will open. Tickets are $10 through ticketweb.com.

Good friend the Satan

Singer-songwriter Danny Kiranos, aka Amigo the Satan, grew up listening to all the pieces from people to heavy metallic, so it is not totally shocking to see his tattooed arms choosing on a guitar or banjo as he sings about darkish and offbeat tales, equivalent to “ Quiet as a Rat” and “Homicide on the Bingo Corridor” from his 2021 album “Born Towards.” Brother Hawk opens at 8:30 pm Friday, Nov. 18, at The Parish at Home of Blues. Tickets $25 through houseofblues.com/neworleans.


Parish Line Bistro brings rooftop dining, New England-inspired dishes to Old Metairie

When chef Chris Wilson sat all the way down to craft the opening menu for Parish Line Bistro in Metairie, he did not must search for a spotlight group to information…

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