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New Orleans Magazine April 2016

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A Different Place

If you haven’t been in the vicinity of the area now called the South Market District for a while, you’ll be stunned. You might think you’ve been beamed to another city – a very stylish city that offers swank business district living. For proof that New Orleans will survive, and get stronger, visit the area (for which […]

The Workers

During the early days of the Katrina recovery we called a local construction company for estimates on repairs to our house. Compared to others the damage was modest, but still, four feet of water had scarred the floors; mold was beginning to climb the walls; there were leaky spots in the ceilings throughout and scattered […]

A Different Twist

Hoopdancing at Broadmoor Arts and Wellness Center

Cards on the Table

Bridging the time

Health Beat

A research team at LSU Health New Orleans, led by Walter Lukiw, Ph.D., has been able to show that a protein found in the body, used to remove waste products from the brain and retina, isn’t only diminished in a brain diseased with Alzheimer’s, but also in age-related macular degeneration. The findings, published March 7, […]

Sole Survivors

Dealing with aching feet

Lobbying for Learning

The struggle to get educated

Checking In

Local hotel growth is booming

Big Freedia

The Queen of Bounce

Our Top Picks

For April Events

Hollywood South Throws A Party

The scoop from NOFS Executive Director Jolene Pinder

Julia Street With Poydras The Parrot

Dear Julia and Poydras, First, let me say how much I really enjoy reading your column and how much I’ve actually learned about our city. Having said that, I have a question and I feel if anyone could answer it, the two of you could. I occasionally travel down Esplanade Avenue toward City Park. A […]

Standardizing Easter, Part 2

Impact on spring festivals


SPORTS: Peter Finney informed and entertained readers of The New Orleans States-Item and The New Orleans Times-Picayune for nearly 70 years with his columns covering everything from baseball and boxing to horse racing and the Olympics. The Best of Peter Finney Legendary New Orleans Sportswriter captures the newsman’s trademark storytelling in 75 of his finest […]

Local Spin

New records as Jazz Fest approaches

April Offerings

Indie, geek and more

Ten Years

The child that might have been

Out of the Picture

The curse of the camera

A Matter of Manners

Are we becoming more polite?

Musical Muse

Hot and dry or wet and muddy, music festivals always get down and dirty by the end of the day. Counter the grime with a cool and comfortable look that layers fringe, flowers, feathers and leather for a pretty throwback vibe.

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