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New Orleans Magazine November 2016

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In search of the best from among 58 specialities

Abid Hussain

Corporate Governance and Complaints Law Attorney, Managing Member | Hussain Law LLC

Julie D. Livaudais

Labor and Employment Law Partner | Chaffe McCall, LLP

Brandon Davis

Immigration Law Partner | Phelps Dunbar LLP

Thy Daily Bread Pudding

For which our reporter searched for 6 of the best

Finest of the Fine

A dazzling display of jewelry

Saints Photo of the Half-Century

(Not counting anything Super Bowl-related)

Light ’Em Up!

New Orleans and cigars

“NCIS: New Orleans”

Rape & “The Challenge of Our Times”

Jingle All the Way

Running for a cure

Cranberries and Health

More than just a side dish

Chasing A Moving Target

Where the numbers are improving

Domain in the Skyline

Condo developers aim for new heights

Ana Zorrilla

CEO, Louisiana SPCA

Celebration in the Oaks

Julie Lacour, director of Celebration in the Oaks, discusses this year’s event

Two Women in Burkas

Two women dressed head to toe in black burkas were getting on the same Delta flight, from Paris to Atlanta, that I was boarding. Yes, I know about the proper political correctness and the unfairness of stereotypes, but there are some things that make fellow flyers squeamish. France is a country that doesn’t allow faces […]

After Pete

Tim Laughlin talking jazz


Non-Fiction: Author of academic works and published research on the history of cuisine, Paul Freedman’s Ten Restaurants That Changed America is thick with details and hunger-inducing menus. Opening with an introduction by restaurateur Danny Meyer, the owner of Union Square Hospitality Group,. Freedman focuses primarily on Le Pavillion, Chez Panisse, Mamma Leone’s, The Mandarin, Delmonico’s, […]

Pop Rules

A November to be thankful for

Missing Parent Blues

when a parent moves away

Tofurkey in the Oven

And other vegan treats

Wizard Watch

There in the Square

Out the Box

Margarita Martini

Thanksgiving Sides

New with a traditional twist

News From the Kitchens

Meril, Cuzco & Rosedale

Rising Tide

Where seafood is the specialty



Picou’s Washington Pie

There was once a bakery called Picou’s located off of Esplanade Avenue near Bayou St. John. I am not saying that its neighborhood was rough back then, but to get what you wanted you had to stand outside and have your item given to you from a revolving bulletproof cube. Nevertheless, it was a popular […]

Wine Time

Tastings at Martin Wine Cellar

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