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March-April 2018

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In This Issue

Face of Residential Development And Real Estate

Faces of Louisiana - New Orleans

Face of General Dentistry

Faces of Louisiana - New Orleans

Fired Up

PHOTO CONTEST

Calendar March / April

Festivals around the state

Serious Success

New Orleans Chef Kristen Essig of Coquette opens second restaurant and works for change in the industry

Celebrating the New Orleans Tricentennial with art

Celebrating the New Orleans Tricentennial with art

Tchoup industries Crafts Stylish Bags

New Orleans’ Patti Dunn designs rugged and sustainable bags with a sense of place

Tips for saving your vision

A green, leafy vegetable a day keeps the doctor away

Faces of Louisiana

2018 New Orleans Edition

Face of Neurosurgery

Faces of Louisiana - New Orleans

Face of Medical Malpractice Litigation

Faces of Louisiana - New Orleans

author interview: “the Talented Ribkins”

Ernest J. Gaines Award winner’s novel transcends reality

Spring Forth

Quirky Eureka Springs is nestled in the Ozarks and offers nature, shopping, delicious eats and haunted hotels

celebrate new orleans

With 300 years of history, the Big Easy offers something for everyone during her birthday year

Bayou Browsing

Scenic wetlands, plantations, delicious dining, a brewery and distillery round out the fun in Thibodaux

Pelican Briefs

Noteworthy news and happenings around the state

Crawfish Craze

Crawfish butter and three tasty recipes to curb your crustacean craving

Nouvelle-Orléans, Je T’aime

The love affair between France, New Orleans and moi

Fleurty Girl’s Garden District Home

Ryan and Lauren Haydels’ Garden District residence is home to architectural character rooted in the past and a blended family growing toward the future

FROM THE EDITOR

TOWNS WITH CENTURIES

Traveling Louisiana: Spring Adventures

Crescent City Classics

New Orleans dishes to master for any occasion

Commander’s Palace’s Boss lady

Ti Martin dishes on life in the restaurant business in New Orleans

Meet Me at the Station

Station 6 serves updated versions of New Orleans’ favorite seafood dishes