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April 2006

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In This Issue

STREETCAR: Midnight for St. Augustine

RECIPE OF THE WEEK: TIRAMISU

MARQUEE

KITCHENS WITH A MISSION: Three kitchen makeovers

MARQUEE: Places to go, people to see, things to do.

The Raiders' Rummel

NEW ORLEANS TRAVEL MAGAZINE: Road trip: clothes for hitting the highway

NEW ORLEANS MAGAZINE TRAVEL: Corleone, Sicily; Napa Valley; Seattle/Victoria, British Columbia; and Houston

SPEAKING OUT: A Proposal

NEW ORLEANS MAGAZINE TRAVEL: Wanna get away? Travel challenges for New Orleanians

TABLE TALK: Opportunity Knocks

INSIDE: One special trip

LOOKING AHEAD — STORIES TO WATCH

GLANCING BACK

NEW ORLEANS' VOICES

NEW ORLEANS MAGAZINE LAUNCHES FREE WEEKLY E-MAIL NEWSLETTER

FOOD: Gumbo z’herbes

MARQUEE: Places to Go, People to See, Things to Do

HAPPENING THIS WEEK IN NEW ORLEANS

MODINE: Flash Points

JULIA STREET: Questions & Answers About New Orleans

ERROL LABORDE: Notes From the Election

HEALTH: Bad Vibes

Wise Cracks

HEALTH: When the Swallows Come

ERROL LABORDE: Warm and Fizzy on the Avenue

MAKING SPACES: Bright, cheerful and full of style, these three children's rooms are made for lives in motion

JULIA STREET: A Monthly Pursuit of Answers to Eternal Questions

SPECIAL COMMENTARY: Prince of the City

CHRONICLES OF RECENT HISTORY: Jazz Preservationist Doc Souchon

PUTUMAYO SWINGS: Retro music with local influences

STREETCAR: Election of the Century

LOOKING AHEAD: Trade mission to New Orleans

RESTAURANT INSIDER

LOOKING AHEAD: Stories to Watch

ERROL LABORDE

MARCHING BACK IN

LOOKING AHEAD – Stories to Watch: Monday, April 10 — Sunday, April 16

MUSIC: Harken to New Orleans

ERROL LABORDE: Good Morning, Mayor Nuniz

LETTERS

DJ Soul Sister

TRUE BLUE: Katrina and the cops: the other side of the story

HAPPENING THIS WEEK IN NEW ORLEANS