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June 2009

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Elements of a plantation and a London pied-à-terre are combined in Ruth and Michael Burke’s French Quarter home.

Tuition and TOPS

The debate continues

A Voodoo Glossary

Read and Spin

A couple of clowns

Katrina vs. the heart

Marquee

Our top picks of the month’s events

Rebuilding the Latin American link

Exploring Esplanade

Health beat

Cheap dates

Etc.

Christian J. LeBlanc

Herbsaint – a New Orleans invention

The Gunches Florida vacation

The Gumbo of Vodou

Manbo Sallie Ann Glassman's Story

The Language of storms

4 ways to redefine the hurricane season

Eight days a week

A drink special per day, plus one

One more time

Orthopedics and sports medicine

Finding the right team for the job

Dining Features

Men's health

Remembering the MB Building

Best of Design

Our Annual Survey of the Most Innovative New Architecture

Liberty’s Kitchen reconciled

Restaurant Insider

Be a tourist in your own town

Pops and progeny

Few words carry more pride with them than “This is my son.” Lucky indeed is the boy whose father mixes love and discipline in equal measure. A boy usually appreciates his father most when he becomes one. Then he joins that society of men called “Dad,” who quietly dedicate their lives to taking care of their families. Here is a look at some local fathers and the sons who take a lot of pride in one another.

NOLA by the Numbers

Voodoo to do

A spirited look at its meaning and practitioners

Who's spending where?

Retailers take the pulse of the local economy

23rd Annual March of Dimes Spotlight on Success

Doing the blue

Julia Street

A monthly pursuit of answers eternal questions

Father's Day Gift Guide

James Perdigao

The confession doesn’t always end the mystery

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