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April 2018

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In This Issue

Bienville's Tattoos

For the founder of New Orleans, some beliefs were skin deep

Teaching the Teachers

Brian Riedlinger, Pursuing Change

Two Fests and the Rest

A Great Month for Music

News From the Kitchen

Gogi Korean, Landry’s Seafood, Jayne Bistro

Beauty And The Bead

Indians of Two Nations

Fest Dressed

Louisiana festivals celebrate alligator, boudin and rural life; crawfish, catfish, strawberry and rice. Get your party on and dance all day with music and food the heritage way.

Bywater Bounce

what to do and where to go

Pregnant Pause

Controlling the Arrival

Julia Street with Poydras the Parrot

Working Mom Life

Take your daughter to work day


Our top picks for this month’s events

Poster Rap

Breakout artist Kevin Brisco on The Queen of Bounce

Bywater on the March

Family First

New Life for an Uptown Cottage

Book Reviews

Dermatologically Speaking

The skinny on creams, lotions, ointments and other concoctions

Not Complaining

He’s Just Driving


What To Tell The Child

On Your Toes

Ballet in New Orleans

Feeling the Pulse

Better future for Big Charity?

A Bounce Star is Born

Big Freedia, Queen Diva

Go for Refreshing!

Pearl’s Patio-Tini

Counter Service

Up close with the Chef

How Bienville Got His Name


Crawfish Bread

The Marksville creation popularized by Jazz Fest


Ramen by the Bowl

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