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September 2013

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In This Issue

Living Upscale in Downtown New Orleans

Demand and prices rise in tight local housing market

Is Frenchmen Street the Next Bourbon Street?

Frenchmen Street is getting more and more popular with tourists, which is leading to questions about its future.

William Ferris’ Stories

The Writings and Rhythms of Southern Life

Alliance for the River

Music Through the Lens

The late New Orleans photographer John Kuhlman captured musical giants with his camera.

Classics from the Dailies

Newspaper veterans knew their way around the kitchen.

Restaurants New and Revisited

Mom Identity



Pascal’s Manale Restaurant, Andrea’s Restaurant and Capri Blu Bar and Zea Rotisserie & Grill

Read & Spin

Two Cops, One City

Remembering James Parsons and John Raphael

Raising Eyebrows

A Road of Retinal Detachments from Mayan Ruins to New Orleans

Riding Hitler’s Elevator

21 Things To Do This September

Blasts from the Past

David Thibodeaux's drive-in theater gives New Orleanians a taste of yesteryear.

Paul Vallas Faces ‘‘Absurd Drama’’

How bureaucracy is being used to keep a good man down

New School on the Block

Interview with Lolis Eric Elie

The writer discusses his new book, a project inspired by HBO's "Treme."

From the Quarter to the Garden District

Ruth and Michael Burke begin a new chapter in a new home.

Katrina Plus Eight; Remember the Hispanic Workers

When Paint and Wine Come Together

3 Asian Restaurants Worth a Visit

Take a break from your usual Chinese take-out place and experience New Orleans' new wave of Asian restaurants.

Q&A: The NOLA Project's Latest Season

The NOLA Project's ninth season opens Sept. 5 and includes a production inspired by a newspaper you might know.

Hank Williams and Billie Jean Say I Do

A New Fangled Cocktail

Try this recipe for an update on the classic Old Fashioned.

Julia Street with Poydras the Parrot


Catholic Youth Organization: Giving Them Something To Do

Broad Street Neon

There's a subtle addition to Broad Street that's mostly noticeable once the sun goes down.

Our 2013 Class of People to Watch

We're expecting big things from these 41 New Orleanians.