Nola.com Goes Music-Free

I was really saddened to hear that Nola.com let Alison Fensterstock go and shifted Keith Spera to Metro. At a selfish level, I’ll be lonely at some shows without Alison and Keith there too. More importantly, they are too talented to be shown the door or moved to another section summarily. Together, they made Nola.com’s music coverage meaningful. I can’t imagine that this means Nola.com is getting out of the music coverage business, although that’s what it looks like now.

My Spilt Milk at Jazz Fest 2015

The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival presented by Shell starts Friday, but My Spilt Milk’s coverage of it began a few weeks ago. We get serious starting Wednesday with previews and reviews of shows that take place at the Fair Grounds and around town. Here is a list of who and what we’ll cover between now and May 4. Once the post is up on the site, the artist’s name here will link to the story.

The Nola.com Experience - June 12, 2012

My wife and I decided that if The Times-Picayune owners thought we didn't need the paper four days of the week, we probably didn't need it the other three and canceled our subscription. One regular feature of MySpiltMilk.com (which will be live tomorrow) is going to be documenting my efforts to stay informed through Nola.com. Today's post has a particularly painful backdrop as T-P staffers are learning their fates today.

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