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New Orleans Magazine June 2016

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Looking fOr Myself…

And Discovering It

My Toughest Case

Implants Without Bone Support

TOP DENTISTS

Our annual drill of selecting the area’s best

Best New Restaurants

Our annual search for what’s hot in the kitchens

Gone Wild

Sipping an Andromeda

Green Peace

Salads for the season

News From the Kitchens

Catahoula Hotel, Chris’ Specialty Meats and Bienvenue Bar & Grill

Riverbend Brunches

Where two avenues meet

“It’s raining so hard”

Music to survive a deluge

READ+SPIN

ENTERTAINING: Julia Reed’s South: Spirited Entertaining and High-Style Fun All Year Long, by author, Garden & Gun and Elle Décor contributing editor and James Beard Foundation nominee Julia Reed, is a gorgeously packaged, 224-page tome, with 150 envy- and hunger-inducing photos by photographer Paul Costello. Reed and Costello, both based in New Orleans, take readers […]

What’s Hot in June

Indie bands come to town

Sad for My Friend

Guest column by Ruby Crawford

Talking the Walk

How to take 10,000 steps a day

Mrs. Drake Days

Whenever I eat something that I really like, I don’t respond by saying, “quack, quack,” nor, thankfully, does anyone I know. Apparently there must have been some sort of precedent for such a reaction by the late 1930s, when a local company began making packaged sandwiches of the type that could be bought off the […]

Writers’ Beginnings

The power of the (high school) press

The Gray Metal Badge

Perspectives from a prison guard family

Inflammation information

Inflammation affects everyone. Whether you have an autoimmune disease or are affected in other ways such as dental issues, heart disease or ADD/ADHD, inflammation is a part of your life. Many have heard of inflammation reducing or anti-inflammatory diets but don’t have a true grasp of inflammation and its causes and effects. I live with […]

“Hope” in a Different Language

Living the Esperanza experience

Ship Shape

Port remains an economic powerhouse

John Nicklow

President, University of New Orleans

Writing’s on the Wall

Ogden’s summer exhibition and fundraiser highlights the people’s art form

OUR TOP PICKS

FOR JUNE EVENTS

JULIA STREET WITH POYDRAS THE PARROT

THE PURSUIT TO ANSWER ETERNAL QUESTIONS

Restaurants

A Lifecycle

Getting the Jump

Sector6 Extreme Air Sports

Summer Bridal Show – June 14, 5-8 PM