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New Orleans Magazine February 2015

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Cedric Martin

a taste for Uptown


A bar-hopping guide to America’s native spirit

Whole Hearted

Pave the path to her heart with diamonds and lace; these stylish tokens of love say “Be Mine” year-round.           Ten carat heart-shaped yellow sapphire with diamond halo and split shank set in platinum and 14 karat hand-crafted cupid pendant with diamond eyes at Jack Sutton; hand-carved and painted wooden frame […]

patients’ pick

Top Rated regional hospitals

atrial fibrillation

Responding to a different beat

The Art of Nature

Charlotte and Jean Seidenberg’s tranquil home

Feet on the Street

A tradition of dance groups

Quieting Down

Keeping Satan guessing

Hear Today

Reaching the inner ear

Toe Business

Reflexologists afoot

Revised and Remembered

Sketches of Spain and dirges for Al Belletto


COOKING: In the latest Savor the South cookbook series, Gumbo, Dale Curry offers up 50 recipes for Louisiana food lovers. Curry is a monthly  contributor to this magazine, the former food editor at The Times-Picayune and author of New Orleans Home Cooking. This simply designed volume is petite, but packed with every gumbo imaginable, a […]

When Music Reigns

February rocks for Carnival



Boatner Reily

Making it right

Need a Portfolio Tune-Up?

Four tips for investors


The evolution of hard times for higher education


U.S. News and World Report released its rankings of the best and worst diets for 2015. A panel of experts rated each diet on a scale of one to five based on “short-and long-term weight loss, ease of following, nutrition, safety and performance as a diabetes and heart diet.” Topping the list were the DASH […]

Fighting Time

The hardest battle

A Carnival Perspective

The Reveler Reviver

One-Pot Wonders

Catching up with Carnival

Bruning’s Bar and More

Continental Provisions, Bourré and Purloo

Chinese On the Menu

Daring and traditional



Rex Takes a Train

In 1943 Franklin Roosevelt because the first sitting president to fly. In 2015 Rex of that year became the first monarch to arrive at Lundi Gras by train. Rexes have ridden the rails twice before, including, according to Rex archivist Stephen Hales, a visit to the 1884 Cotton Centennial at the site of today’s Audubon […]


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Go With The Glow

Trying an anti-aging facial for the first time

Summer Bridal Show – June 14, 5-8 PM