Entertainment

Lottery player celebrates birthday and wins second-chance Saints Game-Day experience

As a birthday tradition, Herman Hamilton of Franklin said he always gifts himself with $20 worth of Louisiana Lottery scratch-offs.

BREC to begin serving, selling alcohol at select facilities

After months of inspections, public notice and staff trainings, citizens are finally able to receive immediate approval to serve and sell alcohol during facility rentals at select BREC facilities.

Twerking illegal in Louisiana? Nope, you’ve been fooled

A city in Louisiana is making twerking illegal? Nope. You’ve been fooled.

Local artists: Display your work at the 2013 Mid City art hop

Have you ever wished your art work could be seen by hundreds of people? Now’s your chance.

The Southern Review’s Summer 2013 issue now available

Abstract paintings by artist Patricia Spergel adorn The Southern Review’s summer 2013 issue, now available for purchase online at http://thesouthernreview.org and in bookstores.

Casting Call in Natchez: Actors, musicians and extras needed for James Brown film

Casting directors are searching for performers and extras of all ethnicities and ages to audition for an upcoming drama about the life of legendary singer James Brown.

Six injured in moshpit at Riot Fest in Chicago

At least six people were taken to area hospitals Saturday night from a weekend music festival in Humboldt Park. It happened while the rock band Blink 182 was on stage.

Beyonce nearly pulled off stage by fan

Nothing can stop Beyoncé in the middle of a show -- not even being nearly pulled off-stage by a fan.

New Orleans Jazz Fest now taking band applications for 2014 festival

The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival presented by Shell (April 25 – May 4) will accept applications for bands wishing to perform at the 2014 Festival through Tuesday, October 1, 2013.

The most expensive diamond on the market is in New Orleans

The most expensive diamond currently on the market is for sale in the Crescent City.