Monday Nov 20 - Nov 24 @ 9:00 AM
XS Martial Arts Dojo – XS Martial Arts Dojo's THANKSGIVING CAMP Monday & Tuesday 9am - 6pm Wednesday 9am - 3pm (BLACK) Friday 6am - 3am $125 for all four days or $40 per day, per camper! CALL 504-558-9850
Monday Nov 20 @ 9:00 AM
Thanksgiving Holiday Camp
Lakeview Creative Arts – Send your kiddos to our Thanksgiving camp while they’re out of school! We will make Thanksgiving themed crafts, head outdoors for fresh air, watch movies, and play games! $40 per day - November 20 and 21
Monday Nov 20 @ 4:00 PM
Sexual Harassment Training for Small Businesses | For Owners and...
Urban League of Louisiana – Sexual Harassment Training for Small Businesses | For Business Owners and Supervisors | November 20 With the topic of sexual harassment in the forefront of the news, businesses should immediately consider conducting training sessions with their supervisors to clarify what is prohibited in the workplace. As small business owners, it is extremely important that you and your supervising employees know how to effectively respond to and manage sexual harassment concerns. During this session: small business owners will learn their obligations as an employer, and supervisors will understand their role in responding to and managing employee concerns. This training is being conducted by E. Fredrick Preis, Jr., Senior Partner, BREAZEALE, SACHSE & WILSON, L.L.P., Labor & Employment Law Section. This session takes place on Monday, November 20, 4:00pm-5:30pm, at the Urban League of Louisiana, 4640 S. Carrollton Avenue, Suite 110, New Orleans, LA 70119. The cost to attend is $10 and we are unable to issue refunds for this event. Seating is limited. Please reserve your seat today!
Monday Nov 20 @ 6:00 PM
Fantasy Book Club Meeting
Tubby & Coo's Mid-City Book Shop – Join our Fantasy Book Club! We meet on the third Monday of the month at 6PM. Our November selection is Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones. To keep up with our Fantasy book club, join our FB group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/462845577256235/
Monday Nov 20 @ 7:00 PM
New Orleans Pelicans vs. Oklahoma City Thunder
Smoothie King Center – It's a marquee matchup Monday, as the Pelicans host Westbrook, Carmelo Anthony and the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Monday Nov 20 @ 8:00 PM
Tyler, the Creator at Joy Theater - SOLD OUT
Joy Theater – SOLD OUT AEG Presents & Winter Circle Productions Present Tyler the Creator Monday, November 20 Joy Theater New Orleans, LA Doors 8PM | All Ages
Monday Nov 20 @ 8:00 PM
SOLD OUT - Kelela with Lafawndah at Gasa Gasa | New Orleans
Gasa Gasa – **THIS SHOW IS SOLD OUT** Monday, November 20th, 2017 The Bowery Presents South and Winter Circle Productions presents: Kelela + LAFAWNDAH 7PM DOORS 8PM SHOW 18+ ~~~~~~ Kelela: With great anticipation, Kelela's debut album emerges as an epic portrait of an artist spanning the past and future of R&B. In her hands, however, the genre knows no boundaries and so Take Me Apart exists as an absolutely singular and fearless addition to a canon of recent classics. From her very earliest work, honesty and vulnerability have been cornerstones of Kelela's art -- even when clad in the armor of the avant-garde electronics she so deftly inhabits -- and Take Me Apart sees her double down on both the emotional intensity and resonance of her message as well as the sonic seeking she is renowned for. On 2015's acclaimed Hallucinogen EP, Kelela swept listeners along in the rush of ecstasy and the melancholic vapour trail of a hopeful, but ultimately doomed liaison. Hallucinogen would prove to be a turning point, and The New York Times would name it's single, "Rewind," one of the "25 Songs That Tell Us Where Music Is Going." The EP's oversized impact would ignite a period of kinetic worldwide live shows culminating in Kelela crisscrossing the globe on tour with The xx. In parallel with this, 2016 and early 2017 would see Kelela grace a handful of crucial records as a feature vocalist -- from longtime ally Solange's majestic A Seat At The Table, to Danny Brown's immense Atrocity Exhibition and most recently, the star-studded Humanz from Gorillaz. These appearances would be tantalizing signs leading the way to Take Me Apart. Amplifying the ideas explored on Hallucinogen, here Kelela treats relationships and their effects like a Matryoshka doll, unveiling layer after layer to find herself at the center. Expressing an honest vision of how we navigate dissolving ties with each other and yet remain sanguine for the next chance at love, the emotional ricochet is traced across the album's narrative. Take Me Apart stands not only as an intensely personal chronicle, but also a defiant and turbulent statement direct from Kelela; "Despite it being a personal record, the politics of my identity informs how it sounds and how I choose to articulate my vulnerability and strength. I am a black woman, a second-generation Ethiopian-American, who grew up in the 'burbs listening to R&B, Jazz and Björk. All of it comes out in one way or another." The process of crafting Take Me Apart embraced the approach of widely collaborative R&B, hip-hop and pop production while roaming a strange and wonderful path. Working with a cast of peers including Arca, Jam City, Kelsey Lu, Terror Danjah, and The xx's Romy Madley-Croft (just to name a few) -- Kelela deconstructs many results of their collaborations and builds them back up into pieces of a cohesive whole, effectively orchestrating these multitudes in aid of her singular vision. "It's this tapestry I've knitted together that attracts different types of listeners and challenges them at the same time, often within the same song. "That's what I want to bring to my entire catalogue" says Kelela. Testament to this approach, the album opens with a stunning trio of high points from the low-slung mechanized swing of 'Frontline' to the kaleidoscopic splendor of 'Waitin' -- by which point you've been pulled straight into the tale Kelela is weaving, and the warped and chaotic beauty of the title track before dropping into 'Enough' which sounds as if it could have been transmitted from a neon-lit jazz club in Akira's Neo-Tokyo. The timeless, zero-gravity ballad 'Better' sees Kelela at her most unadorned -- baring her soul to a nameless other over subtly transforming piano and synth textures while first single 'LMK' is all staggering club swagger that manages to span the past 20 years of innovative R&B while still exploring another dimension of possibilities. These songs typify the melding of classic song-craft and inventive production approach at the album's core, but it's here where things take yet another exhilarating turn. 'Truth or Dare' has the brittle snap and vocal twists of a Neptunes track while 'Blue Light' sees Kelela weld her sweeping pleas to the warped sonic palette of Grime, pointing the way forward to a possible future of cybernetic soul. Now we are swept into the slipstream of a pair of breathtaking Arca collaborations in 'On And On' and the otherworldly grandeur of 'Turn To Dust,' which conjures images of the powerful and iconic diva of Besson's The Fifth Element; and it's a short trip to the unforgettable pneumatic gospel of album closer 'Altadena,' a perfect uroboros link back to 'Frontline' to begin the saga all over again. At this point you're left with the feeling that this trip through Take Me Apart is one you'll be making many more times.
Monday Nov 20 @ 8:00 PM
School Night Monday: Levels 1, 2, and 3 recitals
The New Movement - New Orleans – This Monday, in the shadow of Hell Yes Fest, we offer a very special Monday night School Night with three class recitals! The show includes a Level 1 recital featuring: Richard Goodman, Caroline Dunleavy, Chuck Sarchione, Terri Sarchione, Diane de Gramont, Christina Ingrassa, and Taj Washington; a Level 2 recital featuring: Derek Roguski, Christy Soto, Amanda Morlas, Minden Vigier, Clayton Perschall, Gabe Leinwand, Sarah Covert, Kristin Williamson, Rain Scott, Lauren Nagel, and Kerry Nix; and a Level 3 recital featuring: Alia Ledford, Emilee Margiotta, Cat Wilkinson, Chrissy Cuenca, Aaron Romano, Jake Weixler, Victoria Snider, Fred Chasin, and Dragon Cushionberry. $7 — The New Movement is the nerve center of the New Orleans comedy scene. It's a bustling conservatory that trains the best comedians in New Orleans, it's an aggressive programming machine that features the most comedy shows under one roof in the South, it's an event production company that produces festivals, workshops, and tours like Hell Yes Fest and the Air Sex Championships, and it's a never-ending hustle to put this city on the comedy map. Arrive early for the show and grab a drink at our patio bar, ROSEWOOD. Register for classes at TNMcomedy.com. #WeLiveComedy
Monday Nov 20 @ 8:00 PM
Guinness Pub Quiz Event
Finn McCool's Irish Pub – Guinness is coming out to help host pub quiz. There will be special prizes up for grabs as well as Guiness Specialty drinks.
Monday Nov 20 @ 9:00 PM
GLOW UP Trivia: 80's Flashback
Bar Redux – Bar Redux & Honey Tangerine Present GLOW UP Trivia Night: 80's Flashback Monday night is Nacho Libre Monday at Bar Redux which means WRESTLING but every Third Monday is now, GLOW UP TRIVIA: 80's Flashback, with Host Honey Tangerine. Don your neonest of leotards and largest of hairs, and join us for a night of trivia hosted by Honey Tangerine! Featuring three rounds of cut-throat trivia on Wrestling, the 80s and/or Nerd Culture. $2 gets you a trivia sheet, or you can throw in $5 and play for all three rounds! Each trivia round winner will receive a prize package chock full of Swag, Comics, Coloring Books, Games, Toys Self-care products and tons of 80s Goodness. Take an 80s dance break with our go-go dancers!!! Enjoy delicious Nachos, visit with Janya behind the bar and watch a couple episodes of GLOW on the patio with us to cap off a perfect evening with GLOW UP TRIVIA: 80's Flashback.
Monday Nov 20 - Nov 21 @ 9:00 PM
Green Fairy Burlesque with Dominique
Mahogany Jazz Hall Burlesque & Absinthe House – Enjoy Absinthe and the spirit of New Orleans with a unique experience you can only get at Mahogany Jazz Hall...The Absinthe Experience!!! Get a burlesque performance from a real life Green Fairy, a little presentation about the history of Absinthe and then have your Absinthe prepared by the Green Fairy in our signature preparation method. It's a one of a kind show you won't want to miss.
Monday Nov 20 @ 9:30 PM
Knockout Champs for Charity: Bechdel vs. Live Girls
The New Movement - New Orleans – This HOLIDAY Season, The New Movement is getting into GIVING BACK. Knockout, NOLA’s weekly COMEDY clash, has invited eight returning CHAMPIONS to take the stage for the ultimate PRIZE FIGHT. Not only will these funny folks be battling for BRAGGING RIGHTS, they’ll be competing to win money for their favorite CHARITY. Every Monday in the Marigny, two troupes face-off. You decide your favorite. The winner claims the purse for a local nonprofit organization. Come each week for a competition of giggles and generosity because the only thing that feels better than laughing is helping your community. Laugh hard. Do good! It’s Knockout’s CHAMPS FOR CHARITY. In the second quarter-final on November 20 Bechdel performing for Covenant House New Orleans vs. Live Girls performing for New Orleans Abortion Fund, Inc. Check out Knockout’s CHAMPS FOR CHARITY on Monday at 9:30pm. $10 per entry with net proceeds going to local nonprofit organizations.
Monday Nov 20 - Nov 21 @ 10:00 PM
Tom Carter, Rob Cambre, Donald Miller, Christopher Robert
Instant Opus Improvised Series – The 1st annual NOLA Noise Guitar Summit is here!! Three of the most innovative guitar players that play in unconventional ways come together for the first time for a night of cosmic improvisations. Bows, Ebows, and large effects consoles will replace traditional guitar techniques. Open your mind to a new way music can be made.
Tuesday Nov 21 @ 1:00 PM
*FREE* Tuesday Afternoon Movie at the Carver
The Historic Carver Theater – $ 0.00 / Age All Ages Tickets: http://www.ticketweb.com/event/free-tuesday-afternoon-movie-at-carver-theater-tickets/7801835?REFERRAL_ID=twfb
Tuesday Nov 21 @ 5:30 PM
TIGERAMA VIP RECEPTION
The Saenger Theatre – VIP RECEPTION AND SILENT AUCTION. NOT AN EVENT TICKET Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Fri, 27 Oct 2017 at 06:49 PM
Tuesday Nov 21 @ 7:00 PM
Victory Fellowship – Our Thanksgiving Dinner will be held on November 21st! If you and your family would like to attend the dinner, please call 504.733.5005 to reserve your seats due to limited seating!! Every year we strive to give back to the community for our gratitude. Our goal this year is to give out as many turkeys as we can to provide for families in need this season! We are blessed as a congregation, and want to pour our love on you. In order to receive a turkey, there are restrictions that apply. Please see below. Restrictions Apply for Turkey Giveaway: Reservation must be made and confirmed Must be present at 7pm One turkey per family We are excited to bless you and your family this year!! Hope to see you at our dinner. If you would like to volunteer or donate to this event, please contact 504.733.5005.
Tuesday Nov 21 @ 7:00 PM
30th Annual Uptown Interfaith Thanksgiving Service
St. Charles Avenue Baptist Church – From 1987 to 2017, interfaith neighbors in Uptown New Orleans have gathered for this service of community and gratitude. Join us as we give thanks for three decades together!
Tuesday Nov 21 @ 7:00 PM
Movies & Music: From the Mouthpiece on Back & TBC Brass Band
The Historic Carver Theater – $ 5.00 / Age All Ages Additional Info: Meet the TBC Brass Band-a group of high school students from two of the poorest neighbor-hoods in New Orleans, the Seventh and Ninth Wards. Teens from these wards were traditionally enemies, engaged in street fights and often at risk. An enterprising high school teacher found a way to pull them together in a brass band, promoting a musical tradition for which New Orleans is famous. The students excelled, their pride grew, they became close friends and the band was hot-but just as it was about to make it big, Hurricane Katrina blew into town. In the chaos that ensued, band members became displaced and had to move to several different states, along with thousands of others left homeless by the hurricane.From the Mouthpiece On Backtraces their struggle to reunite and continue with what has become central to their lives-their music and their friendship. The film culminates with a triumphant reunion of the group on Bourbon Street, where their music buoys the spirits of a crowd of enthusiastic residents who remain, amid the devastation of the city. From the Mouthpiece on Back is a powerful illustration of how music programs in schools help build good citizens and nurture skills in leadership as well as music itself. Tickets: http://www.ticketweb.com/event/movies-music-from-the-carver-theater-tickets/7816555?REFERRAL_ID=twfb
Tuesday Nov 21 @ 7:00 PM
Thinkin' With Lincoln at Bayou Beer Garden
Bayou Beer Garden – Join us on the patio for Thinkin' With Lincoln Trivia at Bayou Beer Garden on the patio. Starts at 7:00PM.