PAISLEY DAZE — Before he wrote the hit off-Broadway play Steel Magnolias, Robert Harling, center, was a law student at Tulane, and a member of the Tulanians singing group. Harling passed on taking the bar exam after graduation and instead headed to New York to become an actor. With Harling in this 1976 version of the group are soloist Judi Lapinsohn and (from left) Kenneth Raphael, Scott Dunitz, Bruce Campbell, Richard Ferayoni and Robert Casanova. (photo courtesy of the Tulane University Archives).
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Through May 24
The Newcomb Art Gallery celebrates the opening of “Edgar Degas: The Private Impressionist,” an exhibition of drawings, prints, sculpture and photographs that illuminates the background of Degas as the individual as well as his skill as an artist. The exhibition, which was organized by Landau Traveling Exhibitions, Los Angeles, in association with Denenberg Fine Arts, West Hollywood, California, is free and open to the public.
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