Through May 24. “PhotoNOLA Portfolio Review Discoveries: Charles Latham and Frank Relle;” The New Orleans Photo Alliance. Information, 610-4899, www.neworleansphotoalliance.org.
Through June 28. “Lost and Found: Partially Salvaged Photographs;” Contemporary Arts Center. Information, 528-3805, www.cacno.org.
May 2. George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic; The Republic. Information, www.republicnola.com.
May 3. Big Chief Monk Boudreaux performance; Mid-City Lanes Rock ’n Bowl. Information, 482-3133, www.rockandbowl.com.
May 5. Jammin’ on Julia presented by New Orleans Arts District; Julia Street. Information, www.neworleansart.org.
May 7, 14, 21, 28. Wednesdays at the Square; Lafayette Square. Information, 585-1500, www.wednesdayatthesquare.com.
May 6-13, 23-30. New Orleans Zephyrs home games; Zephyr Field. Information, 734-5155, www.zephyrsbaseball.com.
May 8-11. Saints and Sinners Literary Festival; Bourbon Orleans Hotel. Information, 581-1144, www.sasfest.org.
May 11. Mother’s Day Celebration featuring Irma Thomas; Audubon Zoo. Information, 581-4629, www.auduboninstitute.org.
May 14. Harrison Avenue Marketplace; Lakeview. Information, 309-5120, www.lakewoodbeacon.org.
May 14. Bingo at the W (benefit for LA/SPCA); W New Orleans-French Quarter. Information, 552-4067, www.la-spca.org.
May 15. Literary Luncheon featuring Cokie Roberts; Hotel Monteleone.
Information, 866-468-7630, www.hotelmonteleone.com.
May 25. Home Tour; Throughout the Bywater neighborhood. Information, 494-3705.
May 26, 30. New Orleans VooDoo home games (vs. Georgia and Columbus, respectively); New Orleans Arena. Information, 731-1700, www.govoodoo.com.
May 31. Shakespeare Festival at Tulane Opening Night Gala; McWilliams Hall (Tulane University). Information, 865-5105, www.neworleansshakespeare.com.