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May 2017

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In This Issue

May Showers Bring…

The Paloma—a Mexican favorite

Oil Boom and Bust

Seeking resilience in an old-line industry

Gut Instinct

Trying to trust yourself in an age of too much information

Vive la Différence

Entreprises ayant une influence française

Brunches by the Bunches

Pick and choose among spring-eats and day-drinks

Tribute to Satchmo

Hugh Masekela and Michael White at Jazz Fest

French vs. Italian

The Debate

Spice Trade

Southeast Asian street food

Got Orange?

Feeling the Burn with OrangeTheory Fitness

What to do about the Monuments

A Proposal

Julia Street | WITH POYDRAS THE PARROT

THE PURSUIT TO ANSWER ETERNAL QUESTIONS

News From the Kitchens

DTB, Bratz Y’all & Picayune Social House

Mayor Trump

When Politics Invades Dreams

READ+SPIN

Tennessee Williams Stories

May Events

Unequal Rights

Perceptions of leadership from the classroom to Congress

Good To Go-To

My go-to health recipes

Bayou Boogaloo

Jared Zeller, producer of Bayou Boogaloo, talks about this year’s fest.

Southern Cooking

Southern Italy, that is

Who Wants to be the Police?

A son with historic links seeks an answer

How to Fix Trigger Finger

But stay away from the bank

Saving Grace

Artist Jamie Grace-Meeks rescues a Marigny cottage

Buon Appetito!

Italian eats for everyday feasts

Almost Too Much Music

Festival season hits full swing (and jazz, blues, rock…)

Sarah Jane McMahon

Renowned vocalist gives applause on Mother’s Day

Good for What Ails You

A medicinal solution with a New Orleans provenance