Covid-19 Resources for New Orleanians

While not the definitive list, we hope this page will give you some helpful information for living in the age of Covid-19 in New Orleans.

Where to find aid, advocacy & entertainment during Phase 2

July is halfway over and we’re still dealing with the fallout of Covid-19. Here’s an update to the aid, advocacy, and...

Help Jackson Square Artists get back on their feet!

When misfortune strikes, New Orleanians come together to help. Last month the Jackson Square Artists cart yard was broken into and carts...
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For the first time in over 40 years, the largest Cajun and Creole festival in the world, Festivals Acadiens et Creoles in Lafayette, can be seen virtually by 'tout le monde.' @FestsAcadiens

Whatever you missed (or want to hear again) from #FestingInPlace will be available for two weeks ONLY on our 2-week archive! Find what you need at http://wwoz.org/archive.

Thanks for joining us these last two weekends! Stay safe. 💦🌀

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My truck broke down on Canal Street. So while I was waiting for it to be fixed I stopped into Cafe Beignet to have a cup of coffee and people watch for a while.
I never got to see Portishead live. While I don’t think the band has officially called it quits, the last time they played live together was in 2015(?), according to their website. But last Thursday night’s “Dummy” tribute show at the Hi-Ho Lounge was what I imagine it must be like to experience their brand of trip-hop magic in person.
For this tour, Weird Al recruits orchestras in the different cities he’s playing in. For this show, it was members of the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra.

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