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New Orleans Magazine August 2005

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Understanding Brocato’s

by ERROL LABORDE My dad was a hard-working man.” Those words still resonate whenever I think about Angelo Brocato’s ice cream parlor. Speaking was Angelo Brocato Jr., who, along with his brother, Joseph, ran the store that his father founded. The conversation took place not long after the ice-cream shop relocated from its longtime home […]

The Leg Bone Connected to the Thigh Bone

Advances in orthopedic surgery by JACQUELINE M. DUDA Once upon an orthopedic time, broken bones, arthritis, osteoporosis and basic wear and tear used to be endured with a grimace of pain and the reluctant surrender of mobility and strength. There was virtually no hope for injured spinal discs, outside of major surgery that required a […]

Engagin’ Cajun

On and off the field, Bobby Hebert makes a statement by CHRIS PRICE Twenty years after joining the New Orleans Saints, Bobby Hebert has joined another Crescent City sports team. Saints fans remember Bobby Hebert as the homegrown quarterback who led their beloved team to its first winning season, playoff appearance and division crown in […]

No Bones About It

Our list of top orthopedists At least we don’t have hills to climb. If we did, the stress on our skeletal systems would be even greater. But down here in the lowlands, everyday life presents body challenges too, even if it’s from giant potholes in the street. n This year, for our annual “Top Doctors” […]

Best of Jamaica

Rum, sweet boy and me by CHRISTINE RICHARD “Sweet Boy” is giving me trouble. My horse’s name, I now believe, is some inside joke among the Jamaican grooms. A group of us is in the White River Valley, near Ocho Rios, trotting on a stony path in the middle of a damp bamboo and guava […]

MARQUEE

Places to go, people to see, things to do. by HILLARY GOLDEN Tyner time Miss the soothing tones of John Coltrane from the 1960s? Fill the void with a concert by McCoy Tyner’s contemporary jazz trio Sept. 1. Tyner, who will be performing at the Contemporary Arts Center, is a noted pianist and composer and […]

The Creole Jazz Band

by JASON BERRY Louis Armstrong’s train ride from New Orleans to Chicago in August 1922 is a pivotal episode in early jazz. The 21-year-old trumpeter leaves the town that nurtured his talent for the muscle of the Midwest, where his mentor, Joe Oliver, has offered him a job. At the cavernous Lincoln Gardens, he plays […]

Out of Joint

Surgery gone wrong by BROBSON LUTZ, M.D. Fracture a hip? Get a replacement and get on with your life. Most of the time this is exactly the way it goes down, but stuff happens, and surgical outcomes are sometimes less than optimal. Hip-replacement surgery has a good track record, but no surgical procedure is 100 […]

The Perfect Storm

How to throw the best hurricane party (when it’s safe to do so) by Katie Block The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicts that “for the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season, there will be 12 to 15 tropical storms, with seven to nine becoming hurricanes, of which three to five could become major hurricanes.” With a […]

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