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Noisician Coalition Alternative Holiday Art Market

Still have some Christmas shopping to do? Need something for the more whimsical person on your list? Hungry for pizza? Aching for the musical stylings of Stix Duh CLown? …Well then you’re in luck. Head on over to Desperado’s where members of the Noisician Coalition will be having an “alternative holiday art market. 6pm-11pm.

 

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Holiday Shopping @ the CAC

Have some holiday shopping to do? Need a drink? Check it:

 

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Trimming the Tree

I kind of love Christmas. Mostly it’s the scents I love: roasting meat, pie spices, firewood and, most of all, pine trees. Today I’m getting the jump on that good smell and going over to my neighborhood nursery, Harold’s. It’s a little, hidden, unassuming place full of fantastic plants, year-round.

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Crescent City Farmer’s Market-Thxgiving Edition-1

Thanksgiving is creepy up rather quickly this year. I think I’m going to go to the Crescent City Farmer’s Market and procure some local goodness to try out as a possible Thanksgiving side dish. How about this Bread Stuffing with Crawfish, Bacon, and Collard Greens

And, as it turns out, my favorite neighborhood cafe, Satsuma, is doing the Green Plate Special. How fortuitous! So lunch will be one or more of these offerings: Lentil Stew, Roasted Beet Salad, Salmon Salad Sandwich, Gluten Free Pie, Quiche and Satsuma Limeade.

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Crescent City Farmer’s Market

There are a still a couple of hours left of the Crescent City Farmer’s Market, Tuesday uptown edition. The Green Plate specials this month are by Chef Cynthia of Cafe Minh. She does Vietnamese, French, Creole fusion cuisine–uh, sign me up. Here’s what’s in store today:

Pho Bo (Beef Pho)
Blackened Diver Scallops with Grilled Japanese Eggplant
Poached Chicken over Asian Noodles & Slaw, Peanut Sauce
Grilled Vegetables over Pasta, with Vinaigrette
Pumpkin Cheesecake
Summer Roll

She is also launching a line of packaged seasonings, sauces and dressings.

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Euclid Records All-Day Underground DJ Party & Sale

Euclid Records opened about six weeks ago in the Bywater, and is a most welcome addition to the neighborhood. Today they are having an all-day sidewalk sale, and some of New Orleans best DJs will be spinning records. Here’s the invite I got:

Raffle! $2 tickets get you a chance to win a turntable or $50 in Records!

12:30-1:00 Dusty C (Mimi’s/ Rbar) (AKA Colby)
1:00-1:30 DJ Sanko (Bounce/ Hip-Hop) (AKA Colin)
1:30-2:00 Tony Scratcherie (Hip-Hop/ Turntablist)
2:00-2:30 Micronaut (weird/Hip-Hop/unique)
2:30-3:00 Brice Nice (Hip-Hop/Soul/Funk/crate digger)
3:00-3:30 Mitch Palmer E.S.Q. (Alligator Chomp Chomp)
3:30-4:00 DJ Lingerie (80’s/Mod) (AKA Jeanne)
4:00-4:30 DJ Kristen (Mod Dance Party)
4:30-5:00 Dr. Ike (Ponderosa Stomp)
5:00-5:30 DJ Matty (Mod Dance Party)
5:30-6:00 Penetrol (AKA Andy Rotzz)
6:00-6:30 Ben (Bipolaroid)
6:30-7:00 MC Trachiotomy (DJ Set)

Saturday the 16th! Celebrate the DJ! NOLA DJ’s of note from 12:30 til
7p.m., free beer (while it lasts) from PABST BLUE RIBBON! Crazy cheap
markdown records and cd’s on the side…walk! Raffle to win a turntable! Party! all day Raffle! $2 could win you a turntable or $50 in re…cords raffle drawing at 6:30!

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Euclid Records Grand Opening

There ‘s a brand new record store in the Bywater: Euclid. The original store is in St. Louis, and apparently it is such a success that they decided to have a go here in NOLA. One thing is for sure, you can’t miss it!

It’s a brave thing to open a brick and mortar retail store these days. But, I take it as a good sign that, the other day, as I was talking to a recent New Orleans transplant ten years younger than I, she asked me where a good record store was. Up until a week ago I wouldn’t have had an answer for her.

This weekend they are having are a big old grand opening party featuring all kinds of local bands and barbecue! Today: The Happy Talk Band, Guitar Lightnin’Lee, Tom McDermott, Meschiya Lake and her Little Big Horns and Susan Cowsill. Tomorrow: Felix, The Rough Seven, and MC Trachiotomy.

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