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May 2012

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In This Issue

How to Survive a Graduation

Marquee

OUR TOP PICKS OF THE MONTH’S EVENTS

Drama in the Classroom

Where acting makes an entrance

Letters

Julia Street with Poydras the Parrot

The Pursuit to answer eternal questions

Pushing Afrobeat Anew

Seun Kuti’s uptempo take on his father’s legacy

Nick Spitzer

Boils of Summer

Something under the skin

LIFTING A GLASS Bill Goldring

Recipient of the 2012 Ella Brennan Lifetime Achievement Award

Mother’s Day Considered

Ways to celebrate it

Popcorn Socialism

BLOGS FROM THE NEW NEW ORLEANS

Drama at Sea

5 Tips for a Crawfish Boil

Two for the Season

Creative lunches and new to the cake scene

The Alienation of Sal Perricone

Warm Weather, Cool Openings

Humor at the Keyboard

Sam Adams was a pioneer of local musical parodies

Healthbeat

Making It Right

Weighing benefits of sustainable building

New Libraries Speak Volumes

Blue Crabs Get Respect

My Father’s Mirlitons

Police and Katrina – in Retrospect

Daily Devotion

Local classics for each day of the week

Faith Hope and Elijah

Cobbled Together

In May, the bag is definitely mixed

One Man’s Island

Tom Gamache’s sculpture garden

Re-Bridging Bayou St. John

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