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New Orleans Magazine November 2011

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Try This: Farmers Markets

“Uptown Square” Tuesday farmers market

Joie d'Eve: Puddle Glitter

In my former life in Missouri, I attended kids’ birthday parties. They were usually held at skating rinks or indoor playgrounds, with apple juice for kids and grownups alike; over-sugared bakery cake; greasy, tasteless pizza; and awkward, tense conversations among parents who don’t know one another. The kids’ parties I’ve attended in New Orleans are […]

Chronicles: Trading Up – Delgado Hits 90

Delgado Community College went from a trade school to a major force in Louisiana higher education

Home: Mane Event

Folsom’s horse country is the setting for Pine Alley Farm

Restaurant Insider: Opening Up

Borgne, Pizzicare, Tamarind and more

Food: Stuffed for the Holidays

Feasting with dressings and sides

Last Call: Un cocktail avec du Beaujolais Nouveau

Things we know for sure: Summer is over, hurricane season is over and oysters are here. November brings cooler weather, great seafood and the exciting promise of fine-dining as we celebrate that great American holiday, Thanksgiving. Diets go out the window, which occurs like clockwork in New Orleans anyway, and afternoons built around football with […]

Dining Guide

Signature Dishes from Mr. Ed’s

Modine's New Orleans: Full for the Holidays

Eating season is almost here. Everybody in New Orleans has been living off comfort food for the entire hurricane season. Nothing but red beans and fried chicken, Hubig’s Pies, French fries on poor boy bread with extra mynez, stuff like that. It ain’t what you call nutritious. But pretty soon we can eat real food. […]

Streetcar: Taken for a Ride in a Stretch Limo

Isn’t there a point when stretch limousines become buses disguised as limousines? Recently I noticed one of those vehicles going down Canal Street. Riding in a limousine once meant something special, but that was when a limo was a stately sedan. Nowadays, for every person that can be packed into a vehicle the less special […]

Top Poor Boys: Roast Beef

For which this writer spent months taste-testing (using lots of napkins on the way)

Five- and Four-Star Nursing Homes

A government survey looks for the best

Objects of Desire

Adorn your body with what it desires most: diamonds, emeralds and other precious gems that are more pleasing to the skin than silk

Top Lawyers: A Hotel Project With Many Parts

Rose LeBreton relates one of her toughest cases

One of My Toughest Cases: Testing New Theories in a Port Dispute

Roy Cheatwood   Appellate Practice; Bet-the-Company Litigation; Commercial Litigation; Legal; Malpractice Law – Defendants; Litigation – Banking & Finance; Litigation – Environmental; Professional Malpractice Law – Defendants After braving mosquito-infested jungles and scorching heat during the Vietnam War, First Lieutenant Roy Cheatwood of the U.S. Army Infantry came home to attend Tulane University School of […]

One of My Toughest Cases: Complex Arbitration Involving Jet Engines

Harry Rosenberg   Bet-the-Company Litigation; Criminal Defense: Non-White-Collar; Criminal; Defense: White-Collar; Commercial Litigation Former U.S. Attorney Harry Rosenberg has taken on many cases in his career and has represented such varied interests as the Louisiana Supreme Court, courts of appeals, judges, other lawyers in the community, the State of Louisiana and several municipalities. With such […]


The National Institutes of Health awarded $9 million in grant funding to Dr. Judd Shellito of Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center New Orleans. Shellito seeks to develop a vaccine against Pneumocystis, a leading cause of pneumonia in people with HIV. Though it’s considered to be a fungal pneumonia, it doesn’t respond to antifungal treatment. […]

Speaking Out: Changing the Bayou Classic – A Proposal

We have a proposal for the annual Bayou Classic football game, which we think will be better for the event, the teams and the city.  Our suggestion is this: Have the game at the beginning of each football season rather than at the end. Each Thanksgiving weekend the game matching Southern University against Grambling University […]

Julia Street with Poydras the Parrot

The Pursuit to Answer Eternal Questions


Our picks of the month's top events

Persona: Rosie Napravnik, Jockey

Consider this about Thoroughbred horse racing: The average weight of a Thoroughbred horse is 1,000 pounds. The average speed at which it races is often in excess of 40 miles per hour. The average weight of a jockey is 112 pounds. So, when watching a race one has to think: Is riding a horse in […]

Newsbeat: New Orleans Pizza, Big Apple Bound

For poor boys and muffulettas, New Orleans is the undisputed capital; but when it comes to pizza, talk usually turns to New York. Lately though, one local pizzeria has been turning that around. NAKEDPizza, a fast-growing, New Orleans-based franchise company, has been expanding in New York with a distinctively different take on America’s favorite fast […]

Biz: And Now, A BioInnovation Center

Three years ago this column likened the challenge of developing a local bioscience industry to the impossible task of herding cats: With diverse medical and health science businesses scrambling for position, each bent on charging down its own path, how could these companies be convinced to channel their energy into common goals? Today, while the […]

Health: Contact Dermatitis

Beware of nickel and ivy

Inside: The Cause Continues

It’s “Poor Boy,” Not “Po-Boy”

Newsbeat: New Orleans Named “Bicycle Friendly City”

Travel around New Orleans these days and you can’t help but notice more bicycle lanes, bicycle racks and other bicycle-friendly amenities cropping up. Recently the League of American Bicyclists noticed, too. To signal its approval, this national advocacy group has chosen New Orleans to receive its Bronze Bicycle Friendly Community award for the first time […]

Crime Fighting: Learning From the NFL

Veteran of the “trenches” offers a different perspective

Newsbeat: Biotech in the Bayou State

The revitalization of the downtown stretch of Canal Street has been the subject of a lot of speeches and speculation, but recently the area’s potential has a new example standing in concrete, glass and steel. The New Orleans BioInnovation Center has officially opened, and this $47-million, state-funded building of labs, offices and conference rooms is […]

The Scoop: Perusing Poydras

Partying in the neighborhood of the ’Dome

Music: Second Thoughts on the British Invasion

How New Orleans and the Island nurtured each other

Read & Spin

CD  Chano y Dizzy! In the tradition of Chano Pozo and Dizzy Gillespie (after whom the album is named), Los Angeles’ Poncho Sanchez teams up with the Big Easy’s Terence Blanchard to give new life to the tradition of Afro-Cuban jazz that began in the 1930s and ’40s. This isn’t your daddy’s “Cubop” – at […]

Cast of Characters: Jimmy Fitzmorris at 90

A life’s campaign continues

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