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October 2015

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In This Issue

A Flush Fall

something for everyone

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Back from the Dead

House of Shock co-founder Ross Karpelman talks about “resurrecting” the 2015 season

Small Hotels; Big Flavors

Two new offerings

Making Waves

A Guide to the Lake and its Shores

The Outlaw Writer Teaches

A meditation on E. L. Doctorow

HEALTHBEAT

The Mayor’s Unfinished “Portrait”

Sketching a view of history

Good to the Last Bite

Dentistry in New Orleans

Never Enough

Finding ways to save time

Family Matters

Local businesses that keep close to home

Water

Can’t live with it, can’t live without it

News From the Kitchens

El Pavo Real, Palms and Jack and Jake’s

JULIA STREET WITH POYDRAS THE PARROT

THE PURSUIT TO ANSWER ETERNAL QUESTIONS

Troubles With Trackers

When you need to zinc instead of sync

Falling into Soup

Cooking into the season

Black vs. Blue

45 years ago the Black Panthers and New Orleans Police had a tense standoff; amazingly, it ended non-violently

Henry Butler

One who got away

A Fish Tale

When to talk and when to flush

In the Bushes

What they ask and what we tell

Monumental Judgements

Keep Lee and Beauregard; Lose Davis and Liberty Place

Susan Larson

Host, “The Reading Life”

Salt On a Melon

Halloween Sugar Rush

food changes for cardiovascular health

New Orleans Steel Magnolia

Two Become One

Vincent Saia and Glynn Stephens enjoy a dream come true

OUR TOP PICKS

FOR OCTOBER EVENTS

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Among Saints & Sinners

A French Quarter Phantoms tour

Whispers From the Gods