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October 2013

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In This Issue

Anthony Amato Redux

Finding a new perspective at International High School of New Orleans

Purses are a Girl’s Best Friend

New Legislation Mandates School Shooting Preparedness Drills

Open Enrollment Begins for Advantage Plans

Restaurants New and Revisited

Restaurant Reporter Robert Peyton gives his monthly update of the New Orleans restaurant scene.

Julia Street with Poydras the Parrot


The Work of Albert Murray

Performance in Language

The Times-Picayune Fiasco – A Year Later

Read & Spin

22 Things To Do This October

With lots of concerts, festivals and games to attend, you're going to be busy this month.

Interview with the Pelicans’ Jason Smith

A Revelation About Prostate Cancer

Living well often means avoiding surgery and radiation


Creole Cottage Goes Grand

1887 grandeur remains in modernized home

All in the Family

New Orleans legacy businesses six decades or older

Around the Block Again


Gun Locks, Beignets and the Dalai Lama

Halloween Memories

What’s not to like about Oct. 31 in New Orleans?

Ode to Oktoberfest

Try these recipes if you're yearnin’ for German this season.

World Trade Center Plans May Endanger Ferry Service

Louisiana Healthcare 101

A new era in health insurance dawns in the Pelican State

More Local Health Updates

Q&A with the Saenger Theatre's David Skinner

The theater's general manager talks about the reopening.

Matters of Conspiracy

West Toward Recovery

George and Wendy Rodrigue recall a sometimes frightening year of projects, prognosis and progress.

Try This Cocktail: French Quarter 75

The Woman in the Plane

The Rivalry of the Jays and Tigers

50 years ago they battled for a state title

Dance for the Not So Advanced

You're never too old to try a dance class in New Orleans.

The Fight to Save The Times-Picayune

Read an excerpt from ‘Hell and High Water: The Battle to Save the Daily Times-Picayune.'

Things To Do To Get in the Halloween Spirit

It's time to plan your Halloween festivities.

The Kennedy Assassination: 50 Years Later

Whether it was a lone gunman or a conspiracy, New Orleans had footprints.

Restaurants Taking Comfort Food Out of Its Comfort Zone

Southern food is getting a makeover.

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