Ask M J

By: Jeannette Glen Dear M J,                  I recently broke up with my boyfriend. Last semester I began school and he didn’t seem to support me the way I wanted him to. I would do things to make him happy and he didn’t [...]


By: Jeannette Glen Aries (03/21-04/19) Your ambition and determination have always taken you far Aries. Remember that at the root of every impetuous decision those characteristics may also be there. It is time for a little self-reflection before [...]

Tennessee Williams Literary Festival

By: Haley Goubert             If you’re a fan of American literary legends, then you won’t want to miss this festival. On March 26-27 in various locations around the French quarter, the annual Tennessee Williams festival will [...]

New Orleans and the Jazz & Heritage Gallery Celebrates Femme Fest 2017

By: Mary Achary  The year was 1972. President Richard Nixon would return to the White House in a landslide victory over Sen. George McGovern in the November presidential election, the United States was still fighting in Vietnam, and women all [...]

BUKU Music + Art Project 2017

By: Meghan Henoumont The Buku Music + Art Project will open its doors March 10 and 11 at Mardi Gras World.  Now in its sixth year, the Buku Music + Art Project has grown to include large-scale art installations, amazing food options and some [...]

Delgado Music Festival 2017

By: Leonard “Lenny” Vasbinder If you love New Orleans music, you don’t have to wait until French Quarter Fest and you can stay on campus to hear it Friday March 31 and Saturday April 1.  The inaugural Delgado Music Festival will be taking [...]

Welcome to the Fab Lab

By: Christian Provost and Leonard “Lenny” Vasbinder The NOLA Fab Lab is now open at the Delgado Community College City Park Campus. The Fab Lab is an advanced fabrication lab with a focus on K-12 STEM education to inspire the next generation [...]

“Before I Fall” movie review

By Lenny “The Happily Divorced Guy” Vasbinder                         If you only have one day to live, would you do things differently? I was expecting to be bored by another stereotypical chick-flick, but I was surprisingly [...]

“Get Out” and see this film! (movie review)

By Jeff Boudreaux        What do you get when you combine the basic plotline of “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” with the unsettlingly insincere actions of the title characters in “The Stepford Wives,” and happen to throw in a hefty [...]

“The Great Wall” – or is it? (movie review)

By Jeff Boudreaux        “The Great Wall,” as visually inventive as it strives to be, is a would-be epic by Zhang Yimou (“House of Flying Daggers,” “Hero”), a man who is probably one of the greatest directors to ever come out [...]