FotoKem is expanding its post-production services in New Orleans following its move to a new space at Second Line Stage. With the new facility, Fotokem has relocated from its previous digs, downtown…
Time Inc. is set to unveil “New Orleans, Here & Now” as its first major video initiative since partnering with Emiliano Calemzuk’s Rampante banner to ramp up production across its many print brands.…
Producer and attorney Peter Hoffman and New Orleans producer Michael Arata are facing federal charges of filing fraudulent documents as a way of obtaining more than $1.1 million in Louisiana…
Television’s biggest scripted show is about to get bigger. CBS is planning another “NCIS” spinoff, Variety has confirmed. It will center around the Naval Criminal Investigative Service‘s New Orleans…
New Orleans trumpeter Kermit Ruffins will release his next album, "Happy Talk," a collection of midtempo numbers and ballads, in October, just as the second season of HBO's "Treme" begins shooting…
Drummer and actor Bernard "Bunchy" Johnson, died of a heart attack March 21. He was 58.
Not an art film, but it also lacks sufficient action to sate the appetites of sensation seekers.
HBO has ordered "Treme," the New Orleans-set, post-Hurricane Katrina drama from "The Wire's" David Simon and Eric Overmyer, to series.
Jack Benny and Henny Youngman played the violin, Morey Amsterdam the cello, Johnny Carson drums. But Woody Allen has taken his clarinet beyond the status of prop or hobby with his famous Monday-night…
It was arguably the most piquant and purposeful premiere of the year, the screening and after-party for "All the King's Men" on a sultry Saturday afternoon in post-Katrina New Orleans.
The first weekend of the first post-Katrina New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival started with the New Orleans Jazz Vipers introducing a new song, "Won't You Come Home to New Orleans," and reached its…