Chuck Robinson of Napoleon’s Itch announces the 15th annual Bourbon Street Extravaganza during the 48th Southern Decadence Festival on August 31, 2019, at 6 PM at the corner of Bourbon Street and St Ann Street. The performers will be Jeanie Tracy, Beth Ann Sacks, Ultra Nate, and The Prancing Rockets. Chuck describes this free concert as the largest event of Southern … [Read more...] about Bourbon Street Extravaganza 2019
Ambush Magazine Volume 37 Issue 17
In “Interview with Arthur Severio” written by Tyler Rosebush, we miscaptioned the photo during layout stating Arthur won the 2019 Gay Appreciation Award Artist of the Year, but he won the 2019 Gay Appreciation Award Photographer of the Year. Artist of the Year was won by Drew Enderlin. Corrections have been made to the online version.
In “Bartender of the Month” written by Tony Leggio, we mistitled the article and miscaptioned the photo during layout stating Stewart Butler was the Bartender of the Month, but Aaron Yaeger is Bartender of the Month. Stewart recommended Aaron to Tony for consideration. Corrections have been made to the online version.
Lords of Leather Decadence 2019 Events
The Lords of Leather once again have a full weekend of activities planned for visitors to Southern Decadence. On Friday night August 30 the Lords will take their turn pouring beer from the beer truck at the Phoenix Block Party from 10 pm until 1 am. $20 for a bottomless cup and all the eye-candy you can handle!! Woof! The Lords’ annual “Decadent Behavior” … [Read more...] about Lords of Leather Decadence 2019 Events
Oracle Gala Set for Sept. 14
This year the LGBT+ Archives Project is honoring Valda Lewis at its annual Oracle Gala. From 1987 to 1993, Lewis and Loretta Mims produced an LGBT+ themed TV show called Just for the Record. Thanks to the Archives Project, that show has been digitized and made available for future generations. Lewis, who now lives in Ohio, will attend the Gala. She will be on hand to … [Read more...] about Oracle Gala Set for Sept. 14
Loyola Center for Counseling and Education Now Offering Sliding-Scale Psychotherapy Groups
NEW ORLEANS (August 2, 2019) – Loyola Center for Counseling and Education announces expanded services, now offering low cost group therapy to underserved members of the New Orleans community. The LCCE opened in 2019 and has been offering sliding scale individual, couple, and family therapy since. The clinic will expand in August 2019 to offer therapeutic groups. These are the … [Read more...] about Loyola Center for Counseling and Education Now Offering Sliding-Scale Psychotherapy Groups
Winter Wonderland Announces 2019 Charities, Royalty
Winter Wonderland VIII had its Royal Coronation and Sponsorship Party at the Golden Lantern on Wednesday, July 31. A packed house enjoyed salad, meatballs, sandwiches, jambalaya, and many cocktails before Winter Wonderland Misti Gaither took the stage to acknowledge previous royalty, hand out awards, announce the charities, and reveal the new royalty. Jeffrey Palmquist … [Read more...] about Winter Wonderland Announces 2019 Charities, Royalty
The Official Dish August 13, 2019
Dear Ambush Nation, As we march towards the end of August it can only mean one thing - it’s hot as hell outside! Actually, what it really means is that we are less than a month away from Southern Decadence. As always, Ambush will print The Official Southern Decadence Guide™ which will include a listing of all the events, parties, happy hours and other … [Read more...] about The Official Dish August 13, 2019
Trodding the Boards August 13, 2019
100 Years of Women in Blues at Teatro Wego! through August 25 It only seems like a 100 years since Dorian Rush has graced our local stages. So it’s a treat to have her back in her new solo show 100 Years of Women in Blues which delivers just what it promises, a marvelous overview of the women who were the founders and torchbearers of this uniquely American art … [Read more...] about Trodding the Boards August 13, 2019