Tired of crappy news? Me too. So let's take two really bad current events – Fort Worth (cop shooting) and buildings falling down (our own not-so Hard Rock hotel), and try to find some light. Tough call, I know.…
The Grill Room at Windsor Court invites guests to enjoy a rotating, prix fixe menu of seasonal selections celebrating the hotel’s 35-year history. With optional wine pairings and an accessible price point, the limited time offering is the ideal way to experience the restaurant’s contemporary cuisine and share the flavors of the season.
Exclusions may apply during special events or holidays
$35 per person, $25 optional wine pairings
Complimentary valet parking
Scout Island Scream Park presented by New Orleans City Park and The Mortuary is an immersive Halloween festival experience on Scout Island in City Park. The 2018 inaugural event brought in more than 50,000 people. Attendees enjoy music, food, entertainment, carnival rides, a Kid Zone, and horror haunts filled with thrills and chills.
Knowing every age will enjoy Scout Island Scream Park, including those maybe too young for the horror haunts, a daytime festival has been added this year.
As night falls, Scout Island Scream Park evolves into a dark carnival of unusual monsters, amazing illusions, stunning special FX, unique and original costumes, makeup, animations and frightening detail created by the artists of The Mortuary Haunted Mansion. Only the courageous will survive the intense encounters with these infamous creatures of the night. Plus enjoy live music on special event nights.
The Outlet Collection at Riverwalk is proud to assist New Orleanians reaching their fitness goals by hosting a FREE Sunrise Yoga at 6:30 AM every Wednesday, led by Jai Bhakti Yoga Foundation.
Yoga will be held inside the mall near the Julia Street entrance, or if weather permits, on the balcony overlooking the scenic Mississippi River. Guests are encouraged to bring a mat, a water bottle, and any other preferred personal yoga equipment. Guests will receive a free parking pass at the end of the class. Donations to @jaibhaktiyoga are greatly appreciated.
Sponsor: Jai Bhakti Yoga Foundation
This tricentennial exhibition organized by the Louisiana State Museum and guest curator Randolph Delehanty, Ph.D. tells the city-defining story of Don Andrés Almonester and his formidable daughter, Micaela, the Baroness de Pontalba. It shows how a father’s philanthropy and a daughter’s determination created the urban heart and the architectural look of Old New Orleans. The exhibit draws on the landmark buildings and rich collections of the Louisiana State Museum, portraits, treasures from the Pontalba Family château in France, loans from other collections, and historic and commissioned photographs to revisualize New Orleans’ iconic urban core: Jackson Square, St. Louis Cathedral, the Cabildo, the Presbytère, and the twin Pontalba Buildings.
Sponsor: Louisiana State Museum
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The festival, produced since 1989 by the New Orleans Film Society, screens all sorts of local and global voices while providing an opportunity for new and established storytellers to premiere their latest works.
Attended by thousands of producers, directors, writers, actors and industry professionals, the 10-day event also attracts film fanatics keen to see movies like “12 Years a Slave,” “Carol” and “Beasts of the Southern Wild” before their general release. And besides the industry networking, seminars and screenings, fest-goers are treated to a blockbuster list of events, parties and even a second line or two in true New Orleans style.
The films are shown at various venues throughout the city. There are admissions charges to the various productions and the public is invited.
Sponsor: New Orleans Film Society