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New Orleans Magazine June 2015

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Talking the talk of music

What to Do About Rice?

I have a culinary question. What exactly are we supposed to do with a glob of white rice? Ever so often I get that with my entrée, most often but not exclusively, at a Vietnamese or Chinese restaurant. The rice is tasteless. Apparently we are supposed to mix it with something more flavorful from the […]

Rebuilding the Gateway

A cartoon in The New Yorker once showed a woman who answered the phone in a fashionable Manhattan apartment turning to her husband and saying, “It’s your tally man, he’s tallied your bananas.” As the banana industry returns to New Orleans, we can assume that there will again be tallymen on our streets. In deference to the Harry Belafonte song we can only say, “Day-O.” There was a time when New Orleans could claim to be the […]

Julia Street

With Poydras the Parrot


In a cooperative agreement announced in the spring, LCMC Health System will pay Jefferson Parish up to $245 million to lease West Jefferson Medical Center and operate its hospitals and clinics for 45 years. According to a press release, a portion is dependent on the hospital’s financial performance in the first three years. Capital improvements, […]

Iced Tea

The facts unsweetened

Innsbruck Memories

UNO’s International Summer Program at 40

A Flip of the Coin

No cash, no credit? No problem

Nina Compton

From “Top Chef” to Owner

Sideshow on the Mainstage

Ben Wisdom and the new Snake Oil Festival promise an unforgettable experience



The Scent of Vetiver

Making New Orleanians smell good

Caterpillars and Tadpoles

Fear through a child’s eyes

Bud’s With a Twist

There have been certain pivotal moments in New Orleans dining history when the world just seemed to change. For example: • When Antoine’s switched from having an all-French menu to one that included a foreign language: English. • When Galatorie’s stopped serving chipped ice in its water goblets and moved to the more daring cubes. • When Morning Call moved from […]


MEMOIR: In her hilarious memoir, After a While You Just Get Used to It: A Tale of Family Clutter, Gwendolyn Knapp spins tales about her eccentric Florida family. Hoarding, dysfunction and dating dilemmas of epic proportions ensue, and even a move to New Orleans can’t lift what starts to seem like a curse, especially when […]

Heating Up

The local music scene sizzles all

Best New Restaurants

They Keep on Coming

My Toughest Case: The broken down teeth

Dr. Tré J. DeFelice, General Practitioner

My Toughest Case: Rebuilding retention

Dr. Duane Delaune, General Practitioner

Bean Scene

Coffees with Imagination

News From the Kitchens

Angeline, The Big Cheezy and Salon by Sucré

Summertime …

And the sorbet is flavorful

Midway Mule

Drinking to victory

Dining Guide

Tommy’s Cuisine Tommy’s Restaurant Group: 746 Tchoupitoulas St., 581-1103 Tommy’s Restaurant Group, in New Orleans’ Warehouse District, is now hosting private events including wedding receptions and corporate parties. Private dining rooms are available at Tommy’s Winebar, Tommy’s Cuisine and Tommy’s Private Loft. Parties small and large can be accommodated in the modern/vintage-style rooms and the […]

Try This

Bra Genie in Baton Rouge Bra Genie: 7539 Corp. Blvd., Suite 180, Baton Rouge, (225) 223-6114, TheBraGenie.com Bra Genie, the bra-fitting salon in Mandeville, has opened a second location in Baton Rouge. Located in the Towne Center, next to Whole Foods, the store will carry bras, panties, shape-wear and bra-sized swimwear. Customers will find top […]

Taking Off

Flyboarding Above the Waves

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