Home New Orleans Magazine New Orleans Magazine October 2014

New Orleans Magazine October 2014

To get access to this digital edition, register now for free.

Already registered? Login Now


On a Roll

Sushi Fest Displays Raw Talent

Navigating the Northshore

The Tchefuncte A Beacon of History and Ecology


Children’s Hospital has opened an after-hours clinic in Metairie. Patients from newborn to 21 are welcome Mondays through Fridays from 7 p.m. to 3 a.m., Saturdays from 1 p.m. to 1 a.m. and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 1 a.m. No appointment required. In America, even the most pious eaters among us are hard pressed […]

Family Legacies

Multiple generation businesses

Lab Coats Rock

New Orleans women take science seriously

Last of the Firsts

the no-baby blues

Strap Them In

Keeping peace in the car

Peter Finney

Sports, the daily beat


COOKBOOK In Louisiana, cultures and their foods mix and mingle to create a cuisine distinct to the region. In The Essential Louisiana Cookbook, author Stanley Dry brings together the state’s culture and history via 50 of his delectable recipes. (Editor’s note: The book is locally produced and printed by Renaissance Publishing, publisher of this magazine, […]

Beating Their Drums

Mardi Gras Indians celebrate themselves

Voodoo in the Air

Where spirited music arises

Newly Found Places

AJ&J Asian Bistro, Mr. Ed’s Oyster Bar & Fish House and Latitude 29

Green Day

Cooking from the garden

A Real Possibility

the Super Bowl – The Drink

Gastropub Redux

Three places new to the scene

Bayou Liberty

Bayou Liberty was the Northshore stream of my growing up. While the Tchefuncte River was bigger and better known, little Bayou Liberty, which ran near Slidell and entered into Lake Pontchartrain, held a special place for one niche of the population: adolescent boys, particularly those who belonged to the Boy Scouts. Camp Salmon, a regional gathering spot for area scouts was on Bayou Liberty. It was there that I first experienced riding in a canoe. Two of us boarded the craft, which […]

Pharmaceutical Lagniappe

Metformin: A Drug Examined

Yearning for Learning

The emergence of knowledge

News and Updates in New Orleans

Justice Center Recognized With Award The Committee for a Better New Orleans recently honored Carol Bebelle and the Justice and Accountability Center of Louisiana at the fifth annual Diana Lewis Citizen Participation Awards. Bebelle was selected for her exceptional work at the Ashé Cultural Center and throughout Central City, and for her community engagement in the revitalization of one of […]

Space Race

Office rents could put businesses in a moving mood

Luke Winslow-King

Musician on a journey


An interview with Ylva Rouse, Deputy Director for Curatorial Affairs for Prospect New Orleans



Helga of Prague

One day Helga was leading a tour group near the Czech Republic’s parliament building in downtown Prague. Traffic had stopped because of a small fire in one of the adjacent buildings. Approaching a fireman Helga asked, “Was our President in the fire?” The fireman smiled faintly and replied, “You’re going to have to pray a […]


Sun & Sand Festival Gains Ground SunAndSandFestival.com Just two years after its inaugural event, Sun & Sand, The Mississippi Film & Music Festival (Oct. 16-26) is establishing itself as a key event for new and established players in the movie business. This year, more than 200 films were submitted. Selected films will be screened in […]

Stepping Into History

A visit to The National World War II Museum



Smooth and Kingly

A new season for the Pelicans

Establishing Medical Ethics

Re: “Medical Ethics Louisiana-Style,” Health column by Brobson Lutz M.D. August 2014 issue.

Sign up for our FREE

New Orleans Magazine email newsletter

Get the the best in New Orleans dining, shopping, events and more delivered to your inbox.