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2017 Tennessee Williams/New OrleansLiterary Festival Coming to NOLA in March!

The wait is over for Literary fans all over the city and across the country. The lineup for the 31st annual Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival is near! The lineup will announce a full listing of over 80 scheduled events at the star-studded festival. Special guests Robert Wagner and Jill St. John have been added to our diverse group as well as few special events, including an added event with Dick Cavett on Sunday. Robert Wagner is a celebrated author, actor, and producer: Hart to Hart, A Kiss Before Dying, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with Laurence Olivier. Jill St.

ART SPOTLIGHT: Scene by Rhys

Located at 708 Toulouse Street, artist Emilie Rhys creates original drawings created live during musical performances in New Orleans. "All drawings are started with pencil, locating the preliminary image on the sheet of paper. Fountain pens are utilized to create the final drawing. Later in my studio, I might add watercolor or gouache." Rhys says about her drawing process on her website. Read more here.

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ART SPOTLIGHT: Martin Lawrence Gallery

Founded in 1975, Martin Lawrence Galleries specializes in original paintings, sculpture and limited edition graphics. Boasting the largest collection of original works by 20th century masters Picasso, Chagall, Warhol and Erté as well as contemporary artists including Deyber and Murakami. Locals and out-of-towners delight in Martin Lawrence Galley's comprehensive showcase of original paintings, sculpture and limited edition graphics. 433 Royal Street. 504-299-9055 More info

22nd Annual Williams Research Center Symposium

February 4 Get a closer look into the history of New Orleans. The theme of this year’s symposium presented by the Historic New Orleans Collection examines the ways in which the Storyville neighborhood and the Jazz musical movement have shaped perceptions of New Orleans around the world. More info

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King Cake Festival

January 29 Held a short walk from the French Quarter at Champions Square, this delicious festival features a king cake tasting from the finest bakeries, live music and more. Benefits the pediatric programs at Ochsner. more information

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