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New Orleans Magazine August 2017

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Hot Weather, Cool Concerts

Escape the heat with great live music

The Truth About Ticks

My first malady that involved some sort of procedure was the removal of a tick—the annoying little bug that digs into skin and feeds off of blood. This is not a topic that comes to mind often, except during our annual Best Doctors issue when I am reminded of that day as a kid when […]

Letters to the Editor

Tour Guide Defense Hi, I am a proud graduate of the Friends of the Cabildo tour guide training class and I take direct exception to the article Chris Rose wrote about those of us who hold a tour guide license.  His characterization that placed all guides into the same category as the haunted tours is way […]

The Monuments

Demythifying the “Cult”

Julia Street | WITH POYDRAS THE PARROT

THE PURSUIT TO ANSWER ETERNAL QUESTIONS

Satchmo SummerFest

Satchmo SummerFest President & CEO Emily Madero discusses this year’s fest.

August Events

Whitney White Linen Night One of summer’s premier see-and-be-seen events in New Orleans, Whitney White Linen Night is a way to drink, socialize, and look at art from some of the city’s wonderful galleries on Julia Street on Saturday, Aug. 5. While not a requirement, it’s recommended to wear (you guessed it) white linen, or […]

Zach Strief

Brewing success, both on the field and off

Paying for college

Don’t let financial fear thwart your child’s future

Taking the Fast Track

Online links to higher education

Help in the Office

The Physician Extender Will See You Now

Paging Dr. Right

Finding the perfect M.D. for you

Closing the door

And opening another one

Bless her, Father

For she has sinned (sort of)

Bye-Bye Baby

Sentiment and relief

Election Day in Liverpool

Victory for The Fab Four Party

In Other Words

Jazz bio: Local jazz fans will enjoy Queen of Bebop: The Musical Lives of Sarah Vaughn by Elaine M. Hayes. Legendary singer Sarah Vaughn’s story not only encompasses her rise to fame as a performer, but also her fight for equal rights as a woman of color during a time when the radio waves were […]

Deb Cotton, Now and Forever

The Final Goodbye

Blade Runners

Local barbershops, old school and new

Rebecca Clark, M.D., Ph.D.

One of My Toughest Cases

Dr. Piotr Olejniczak, M.D., Ph.D

One of My Toughest Cases

Liza di Leo Thomas, M.D.

One of My Toughest Cases

Luis A. Balart, M.D., MACG

One of My Toughest Cases

Best Doctors

559 physicians in 77 specialties

Clean Eats

A new wave transforms health food from bland to bold

News From the Kitchens

Public Service, Piece of Meat Butcher & Restaurant, Sprout and Press

Net Gain

Season For Crabs

Playing with Fire

Glass blowing at YAYA Studios

Summer Bridal Show – June 14, 5-8 PM