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New Orleans Magazine November 2014

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Kids and Booze

Supervised sips at the Thanksgiving Table

Pecking Order

In Search of the 10 Best Fried Chicken Places

Lynn Luker

Admiralty & Maritime Law; Mass Tort Litigation/Class Actions Owner, Lynn Luker & Associates, LLC

Brian D. Katz

Personal Injury Litigation Partner with Herman, Herman & Katz, LLC

Corinne Morrison

Commercial Litigation Partner, Chaffe McCall, LLP

Multifaceted

New Orleans ffine jewelers offer a treasure trove of precious metals, flawless gems and eye-popping collections of contemporary, custom, vintage and estate jewelry. The magic is in the mix. Note: It’s only a “gilt trip” if it’s the real thing.                 Under Armor Noire bib necklace and hinged […]

Bright Ideas

Architect Jody Zeringue utilized the light in designing his lake vista home

“Super” Days

Memories of A School Leader

keeping them fooled

Blundering Through Adulthood

Grave Decisions

Making plans for Larda

Two Hearts, Two Wheels

Robert Dauzat and Wanda Lantz’s Adventures

READ+SPIN

FICTION: In You Don’t Know Me: New & Selected Stories, by James Nolan, you’re immediately drawn into the comedy and tragedy that’s so much a part of the fabric of New Orleans. From the first page of its amusing opening story, “Reconcile” – chronicling a few days in the life of three unlikely roommates and the […]

Honoring Cosimo Matassa

And in praise of Dr. House

Strong Contenders

Warning: This will destroy you

HEALTHBEAT

Plaquemines Parish Opens New Medical Center On its opening day, the new Plaquemines Medical Center (PlaqueminesMedicalCenter.com) saw 12 patients within the first few hours of operation. The cutting-edge facility on Highway 23 in Port Sulphur features a heliport, CAT scan machine and digital X-ray machine and is home to a full service pharmacy and lab, […]

A Rainy Day’s Night

Elusive in the sky were diamonds. A dark canopy had blocked out the stars, and from it a steady rain fell on those who had gathered at City Park’s Tad Gormley stadium to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Beatles having performed there. A group with a legally proper name of Fab Four and an […]

Jindal Vs. Common Core

The presidential context

News in New Orleans

Ben Franklin Teacher named High School Teacher of the Year Benjamin Franklin High School teacher Dr. Sally Spahn was recently honored as the Orleans Parish School Board’s 2014 High School Teacher of the Year. “Dr. Spahn has represented everything Ben Franklin High School stands for since the moment she joined our school,” said Principal Dr. […]

Deals Made in Heaven

A new era of investors

Jimmer Fredette

Pelican on Point

Being On the Fringe

An interview with New Orleans Fringe Festival Executive Director Kristen Evans

OUR TOP PICKS

FOR OCTOBER EVENTS

Perpetuating the Culture

A Taste For Autumn

Desserts With a Difference

Going wild on Turkey Day

New to the Scene

Johnny Sanchez, Ursa Major and Seed

Mex Beyond Tex

A journey to authenticity

JULIA STREET WITH POYDRAS THE PARROT

THE PURSUIT TO ANSWER ETERNAL QUESTIONS

Mean Streets

Parking Intimidation

Love That Chicken

If it weren’t for fried chicken, a whole generation of people might not have seen volcanic rocks and would know less about “dirty rice.” That is part of the legacy of Popeyes. From out of nowhere, little-known Al Copeland changed the perception of fried chicken. It was never really a spicy food before him. It […]

Weird but Wonderful

A session with Reiki Master Jesyka Bartlett

Summer Bridal Show – June 14, 5-8 PM