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August 2015

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In This Issue

Business Rebirth

Katrina sparked a commercial comeback

Goodbye, Old Neighborhood

Life's Migration Continues

An Encore For The Orpheum

Mary Von Kurnatowski gets hands-on in this massive renovation

Stephone Anthony

Dressing the Part

Muffled Beats

The Music and Katrina

News From The Kitchens

9 Roses, Shyan’s Kitchen and Paladar 511

ONE OF MY TOUGHEST CASES: Elbow to Wrist Reconstruction

Eric R. George M.D.

Slogging Through

Between Hot and Cool

Katrina and the Rise of the Laptop

ONE OF MY TOUGHEST CASES: The Man With The Mysterious Pain

Najeeb Thomas, M.D.

Katrina

In Fairness To The Feds

Wild Game

Our first attempt to Escape My Room

Heroes of the Recovery

As the floodwaters subsided, some new leaders emerged; here are a few of many who made a difference.

Read + Spin

Our Top Picks

For August Events

Chihuahua On Board

Tips for making the trip

Head of the Class

Why Schools Are Improving

The Latest Catch

2 New Seafood Discoveries

No Problem!

Two chefs think “Caribbean”

Healthbeat

Best Doctors

2015-2016

ONE OF MY TOUGHEST CASES: The Woman With the Failing Kidneys

Madelaine A. Feldman, M.D.

Dairy Dealings

Keeping the milk flowing

Anne Levy's Message

Holocaust memories – post-Katrina

Our Personal Renaissance

Construction Syndrome

The Coming of A Hospital

ONE OF MY TOUGHEST CASES: Saving A Sniper Victim

Louis Cucinotta, M.D., F.A.C.S.

The Rainy Season

When the weather makes a splash

Juila Street / With Poydras The Parrot

The Pursuit to Answer Eternal Questions

Desert Lily

In the cool of the Ides of August

ONE OF MY TOUGHEST CASES: The Missing Enzyme

Hans Christoph Andersson, M.D., F.A.C.M.G.

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