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New Orleans Magazine October 2017

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Imperfect Home

Our flawed, beautiful, broken, wonderful city

Tricentennial

The Montreal Influence

Is Not About Race

It is about powerlessness

Julia Street | WITH POYDRAS THE PARROT

Dear Julia, My wife is a proud product of your fine city (and as a proud Yankee I love it too in so many ways). I recently became involved with Ancestry.com. I was working on my wife’s side of the family and in the process, she related a desire to know something of her past. […]

October

Our top picks for this month’s events

Jimmy Buffett

Escape to Margaritaville

Supermarket Dot Com

Could Amazon-Whole Foods transform ‘makin’ groceries’?

Sci High Flies High

Creativity enlivens science school

Pipe Dreams

Lead and our drinking water

In the Spirit

Our spooky style picks are all treats, no tricks for Halloween.

Cross Current

When Ferries Were A Fleet

Purge the Surge

And other calendar needs

Mitch’s Fault

Getting the wake-up call

Roffignac

The  mayor and the cocktail

Book Reviews

All Dat New Orleans by Michael Murphy ★★★★  Just in time for New Orleans’ 300th birthday, New Orleans author Michael Murphy explores the sights, sounds and spices of the city. Murphy, who fell in love with New Orleans after a series of vacations, moved here from New York in 2009. His unique insider-outsider take on […]

Making Music Bounce

Marcia Ball takes Santa Fe by storm

The Quiz

Know Your Tricentennial New Orleans 1718-2018

Last Days Of Storyville

Shutting down “The District” a century ago was no easy trick

Chic Street

Distinctive boutique brands, store signs in new spots and famous local favorites are in the mix and making news on Magazine Street. Uniquely New Orleans, the meandering six-mile retail district is polishing its reputation as a destination for the discerning, design-savvy shopper.

World War I Centennial

New Orleanian Edgar Bouligny was the war’s first American Casualty —And the Story Was Just Beginning

Brasa Bound

South American Style on Metairie road

News From the Kitchen

Mangu, Nomiya, Tito’s Ceviche & Pisco

Hot Boudin!

Season of the Boucherie

Rosé All Day

A tasting of wine through rose-colored glasses

Summer Bridal Show – June 14, 5-8 PM