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January 2014

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In This Issue

The Woman Behind the Change

Former Gov. Kathleen Blanco gave New Orleans schools a boost.

The Vieux Carre Cocktail

Want to make a drink tonight? Try this classic cocktail.

January Restaurant Musings

New year, new restaurants

What the Neighbors Think

The Legacy of Al Winters

Part One of Two

Eric Orgeron – The Edison of Airline Drive

A Barbecue Success Story


Area private elementary and secondary schools, public and private universities and public charter schools

21 Things To Do in New Orleans in January

Shuck and Jam

Founder Woody Ruiz talks about the inaugural Freret Oyster Jam happening Jan. 19.

In Search of Heroes

Tops of the Town 2014

Our readers have spoken. Here are the winners from our annual survey.

Unspoken Words

The Migration of Gospel Quartets

Read & Spin

An Elegant Lakeview Home

Relatives share common space in Lakeview.

Interview with Arthur Hardy

Hearty Meat Dishes for the Winter

3 recipes for meat-lovers

Antique Lumber for Home Remodeling

Julia Street with Poydras the Parrot


Pastry Chef Creations

Local chefs are showing their talent when it comes to sweet treats.

Grape Expectations

A guide to the wine experience around town

My First NOLA Brewing Tour

The local brewery's Friday tour is becoming a hot spot.

Pottery Hits the Road

The Legacy of Dr. Rodney C. Jung

New Orleans owes a lot to this medical expert.


Mixing It Up

Catering Servers Master the Waiting Game

Hainkel Home Scores Top Marks

New Orleans Businesses to Watch in 2014

Startups drawing attention

City Elections: The Politics of Race


Get Fit This Year

Local workouts to try and stick to in 2014.


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