The quiet virtuosity of each of the jazz musicians shines at the quirky Red Poppy Arthouse
Envisioned by co-founders Alex Pinto and Laura Maguire as the missing outlet for local jazz musicians, the inaugural SF Offside Festival was a brilliant cross section of the Bay Area’s thriving jazz scene.
An intimate look at the man behind the musician in Louis Armstrong's unassuming house in Corona, Queens.
A charming independent bookstore presents and preserves San Francisco's creative culture.
One of my favorite neighborhoods to wander in Paris is the 11th arrondisement. Behind closed doors often lies a whole new world, and if you're lucky you can even time travel back to the Paris of Madame de Pompadour.
Introducing the Untapped New Orleans Spotify Playlist - the ultimate collection of local songs. Louis Armstrong and Louis Prima are two of the city's great trumpet players and charismatic band leaders. Here are some of our favorite tunes.
One man transforms a commercial office space into an unlikely performance venue
David Freeland is the author of Automats, Taxi Dances, and Vaudeville: Excavating Manhattan's Lost Places of Leisure, a must for any New York city buff. In a new short film, he explores the abandoned club that started the jazz movement on 133rd Street.
High above the cacophonic streets of New York, 25 lucky people get to see an intimate performance of world-class musicians while drinking bottles of Vueve Clicquot to the backdrop of Lincoln Center.