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New Orleans Magazine March 2015

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Back to El Futuro

Local businesses look toward Cuba

Forever Home

Monique Chauvin’s shotgun with explosive charm

Hometown “Mad Man”

Bauerlein and the local p.r. biz

Back to Our World

And not a moment too soon


A night in the woods

Where the Hip Cats Meet

Original Tuxedo does the standards


FICTION: Who Buries the Dead, by New Orleans author C.S. Harris, follows the chilling investigation of Sebastian St. Cyr and his wife Hero as they delve into the gruesome murder of a West Indies slave owner. Set in London in 1813, this is the 10th installment in the author’s Sebastian St. Cyr Mystery series. Harris […]

Carnival to Jazz Fest

Music for the in-between

A guide to Coasting

20 To-Do's Along the Gulf

Polling the Police

What the numbers say


According to the Centers for Disease Control, there were 102 cases of measles (Rubeola) in the United States from 14 states reported in January. The last case of measles in Louisiana was reported in 2008 (as of press day). Most of these cases, reports the CDC, “are part of a recent large, ongoing, multi-state outbreak […]

Does Size Matter?

What you need for a good hospital to do its good works

Help For College Students

A plan whose time will come

Getting Back From Broadway

Theaters throughout New York’s Broadway district were letting out for the evening, but the rain was not relenting – neither was the winter cold, which came in blasts. Suddenly we were among hundreds competing for a dry way to get to where we were staying. There were taxis, many of them, but every one was filled and heading away. We could have […]

Brenda Currin

Acting and beyond

Rave on the River

A conversation with Dante DiPasquale



Cooking for the Season

Lenten whole fish and veggies

New and Creative

Q&C Hotel/Bar, Brown Butter and Wood Pizza Bistro and Tap House

Fun With Falafel

Plus, you need a pita



The Benson Empire

Why the Texans should not inherit it

Last of the Mirlitons

My father worked for City Park so it was only natural that he would have an interest in gardening. He even belonged to a group called the Men’s Camellia Club. (My mom also belonged to a garden club, so we had the whole floral activist scene covered.) For most of my growing up years I […]


New Orleans Culinary Tours Offers Trip to Spain (877) 278-8240, NOCulinaryTours.com There are still spots left on the New Orleans Culinary History Tour Company’s culinary tour to Seville, Spain, May 24-31. The tour will include a visit to the Tio Pepe Winery in Jerez, an olive oil farm, cooking classes and visits to cultural landmarks […]

Old Haunts

Taking a Haunted History Tour

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