New Orleans as a city has progressed in many ways post Katrine (2005). In its continued growth Louis Armstrong International Airport, opened its first international flights which started in March of this year. British Airways lunched non-stop flights from New Orleans to London. With more direct international flights to follow with the expansion of the New Orleans airport, the city is making great strides, as it approaches its 300 year anniversary in 2018. For more details please click.
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New Orleans nightlife is infused with the sounds of the pass and present. The sound of New Orleans is a very dynamic one, with a mix of Jazz, Caribbean, and Tribal music; all deeply rooted in the history of the city itself. These different music genres fall into there own pockets in the city’s nightlife with there own respective scenes. But that is changing in the new progressive New Orleans, there is one DJ that has created his own formula like a mad scientists and is fusing the New Orleans sound and creating musical gumbo.
"THE DJ OF NEW ORLEANS
NEW PROGRESSIVE SCENE"
CAV AKA LIL JODECI AKA CAVALIER:CAVALIER AKA YOUR DJ'S DJ
Regarding Fresh would like to introduce you to the man of many names which fits all his DJ hats: “Cav” aka “Lil Jodeci” aka “Cavalier:Cavalier” aka your Dj’s DJ. Cav has been a student of his craft for many years, which has allowed him to become a master on the one’s and two’s. His ability to blend and mix and transition from song to song genre to genre is unmatched and uniquely what makes him a great DJ. Cav is a New Orleans based DJ on a global platform, and is at the forefront of the New Orleans new progressive nightlife and music scene. If you make your way to New Orleans make sure to check him out and hear the future sound of the south.
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JONATHAN FERRARA GALLERY is proud to announce Color Correction, an exhibition of Indianapolis-based artist Marna Shopoff. For her second solo exhibition at the gallery, Shopoff unveils her latest series of large-scale geometric abstract paintings. Employing oil, acrylic gouache and ink on canvas or linen, the artist builds coats of intensely hued pigments and then deconstructs the surface; creating translucent layers which evoke space and dimension. The strong line in these works are prismatic and fractal, denoting references to architecture and mathematics. The exhibition will be on view in the main gallery 1 February – 25 March with First Saturday Gallery Openings on 4 February and 4 March from 6-9pm.
ASHELY LONGSHORE | REDEFINING MODERN FEMINISM
New Orleans artist, businesswomen, and entrepreneur Ashely Longshore talks to Forbes Magazine about how businesswomen of today are redefining modern feminism, on the heals of Hiliray Clinton running for President the article speaks on the redefining rolls of businesswomen. Please check out the full article in Forbes Magazine story by Adriana Lopez. @ashelylongshorart
HIRAKISH | ONE OF RIHIANNA'S FOUR MEN OF APOCALYPSE
New Orleans own Hirakish one of the son's of RE:FRESH and a member of The Hierarhy Group will be featured with Rihianna in W Magaizine Sept. issue. Be sure to check out the full issuse and also check out Hirakish interview as he speaks about fashion, music, and cutlure. @hirakish
G-EAZY seats down with GoNola.com and speaks about his roots in the Bay Area and his love for New Orleans. Please view the full article at GoNola.com