Nov 07, 2014

Boudin, Bourbon & Beer

6 pm. Champions Square (adjacent to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, 1500 Poydras St.), boudinbourbonandbeer.com

 

Nov 04, 2014

Nick & Night

8 pm. Civic Theatre, 510 O’Keefe Ave., 504.272.0865, civicnola.com

 

 

Dec 07, 2014

CicLaVia

Cyclists, pedestrians and skaters self-power along blissfully car-free city streets when CicLAvia takes over downtown. Metro-accessible event hubs are located in Chinatown, Macarthur Park, Grand Park, Mariachi Plaza and the African American Firefighter Museum. 9 am-3 pm

Nov 05, 2014 - Mar 29, 2015

"Andrew Jackson: Hero of New Orleans" Exhibit

The Historic New Orleans Collection, 533 Royal St., 504.523.4662, hnoc.org

Nov 02, 2014

All Saints' Day

Commemorative events at cemeteries citywide. saveourcemeteries.org

 

Miette

Added
10/6/14
Oct 31, 2014

West Hollywood Costume Carnaval

Each year, several hundred thousand costumed revelers converge on Santa Monica Boulevard for what’s dubbed “the largest Halloween street party in the world.” Celebrating its 26th anniversary, the event features trucks and vendors, live entertainment and tricks and treats aplenty. 6 pm-11 pm

Bella Umbrella

Added
10/6/14
Sep 27 - Dec 06, 2014

Monster Party

Open this fall at the Boston Children's Museum, this exhibition turns monsters from fearsome creatures into friendly ones. Kiddos engage in interactive monster-themed artwork that tickle all the senses—including pieces that smell! Bean bag toss, art toy display, monster hunt and more. 308 Congress St., Boston, 617.426.6500, www.bostonchildrensmuseum.org

Nov 13, 2014

Joan Jonas: Reanimation

Pioneering American artist Joan Jonas performs her 2013 work "Reanimation" at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Using drawings, objects, choreography and music, with a nod to both ancient and contemporary technology, Jonas creates moving imagery inspired by Icelandic author Halldór Laxness' novel, "Under the Glacier." Jonas is Professor Emerita at MIT and graduated from SMFA in 1961, but this is her first major work performed in Boston. 7 pm. Free, but ticket required. Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Ave., 800.440.6975, www.mfa.org

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