Bloodline: The Power of Music and Memory

When we think of Louisiana music, often genres such as Zydeco, Jazz, and now Bounce music are at the forefront of these conversations. These cultural movements are preserved by their practitioners and…

Beyond The Magic Negro

Castle Rock’s Henry Deaver represents a major change I began reading Stephen King, at the age of 10. On a whim, I picked up his novel, IT during a library trip—that was how I got my hands on most of t…

SIGHT: Ayiti Chérie

Kouzen Azakamede, also known as Azaka, Zaka Mede, Zake, is the Haitian Vodoun loa/lwa of agriculture, farming, crops, harvest, healing, seeding, growing, and thoughtful cultivating of land. He is peti…

SOUND

If you are not a myth whose reality are you? If you are not reality whose myth are you? Sun Ra, Prophetika : Book One SOUND—It has been the principle creative organizing tool of the Black community in…

ROOM 220 presents Eileen Myles at Saturn Bar

ROOM 220 will host Eileen Myles for the New Orleans release of Afterglow (a dog memoir) (Grove Press) at 8 p.m. on Thursday, November 16, 2017, at Saturn Bar (3067 St. Claude Ave.). Free and open to t…

ROOM 220 presents Dr. Jerry Ward and L. Kasimu Harris

ROOM 220 presents readings from Dr. Jerry Ward and L. Kasimu Harris at 7 p.m. on Thursday, February 2, at Antenna Gallery (3718 St. Claude Avenue). Ward will read from his most recent publication, Fra…

A very nice negotiation: An interview with Uriel Quesada

I interviewed Uriel Quesada at an uptown coffee shop. Our conversation began the moment I joined Quesada at his table — he’s a dynamic speaker, very animated, excited to talk as much about himse…

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