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From Web Editor Alex Gecan

"Start with What's Right in Front of You"

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The Other Side of Kids and Facebook

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New Orleans Triathletes Get Their Cake Back—and They Can Still Eat It

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Happy Birthday, Jasper Fforde

Now write us some more books, please

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2011 in Pictures

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How Authors Invented Christmas

And other things you might not know about the holidays

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Show Us Your Pics!

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Print is Dead - Long Live Print

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"I Never Doubted We Would Get Out"

Carolyn Perry discusses her new book, on being trapped in Memorial Hospital during Hurricane Katrina

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"The Answers Are Never What We Thought They Were Going to Be"

R. Reese Fuller discusses his new book, the state of Louisiana and the nature of language, among other things

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New Orleans as a Character

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Bicycle Commuting in New Orleans: A Better Idea Than It Sounds

The 5 best (and 3 worst) things about not being stuck in a car

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Beset on All Sides

Occupy NOLA runs into problems, from inside and out

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The Anti Party

Occupy NOLA marches on Duncan Plaza

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"After the End of the World"

Mark Folse presents poetry at the Gold Mine Saloon

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Gecan Speakin'

From Web Editor Alex Gecan

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Alex Gecan (it's a hard "c") is a Yankee and a carpetbagger. Despite these failings, he wisely moved to New Orleans in 2002. In 2008, he joined Renaissance Publishing as a humble intern. Since then, he has covered state politics and elections for The Trentonian in New Jersey, local news and events for The Brooklyn Ink in New York and penned a bevy of freelance articles. He eventually came full circle to rejoin Renaissance as Web Editor.

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