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New Orleans Magazine December 2016

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Christmas Presents

Wrapped with a Bowie

Best of Dining

Mike Gulotta Chef of the Year /////////   Native son Mike Gulotta seems to making a habit of surprising people. Zigging when a zag is anticipated by everyone else. Early on in a chef’s career, the expected path would be to rise to the top of the kitchen staff of a famous establishment and then […]

Dolls Through the Ages

Caring for collectibles

Crime Booking

What the crime fighters are reading

Stick It to Me

IV infusion treatments


Epidemiology of a New Orleans staple

The Bungalow Book Lady

Spreading the cause in the 9th Ward

Offshore Blues

An industry waits for the tide to turn

Rev. R. Tony Ricard

Aka The “Holy Who Dat”

NOLA ChristmasFest

Bob Johnson, President of the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, discusses this year’s fest




Cookbook: There are few things I love more than a holiday spent eating Cajun and Creole food in a Louisianian’s dwelling. However, I’m usually New England-bound and away from these special occasions and spicy feasts. This year, however, my Yankee family is in for quite a treat with the recently released publication by our sister […]

Christmas of ‘89

I was at a Christmas party on Wed., Dec. 22 when someone commented about the weather, which was cold even for Christmastime, and added that a heavy freeze was on the way. She wasn’t wrong. But the next morning an icy mass that didn’t come from the polar north, but from Texas, rumbling across the […]

At Last

Saints fans get it

The Fright Before Christmas

Hard times hiding presents

Sipping for the Season

A proper celebration New Orleans-style

Christmas Creations

Desserts for the season

News From the Kitchens

Three Muses Maple, On The Coast & Toups South

Special Sandwich

New Concepts Between the Slices



Taking a Chartered Path

On this past election night, while most of us sat stunned at the presidential election results, a little-watched vote tally toward the bottom of the ballot had a big impact – at least in New Orleans – and could eventually influence other jurisdictions nationwide. There were three contested elections for the Orleans Parish School Board. […]

Best Poor Boy

The cause continues

Otter This World

Up close and personal at the Aquarium

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