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New Orleans Winter Restaurant Guide 2015

Where to eat now in the Crescent City — organized by cuisine
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Last week, THE NEW YORK TIMES opined, "The French Quarter has become something of a Jurassic Park for Creole cuisine.” What do you think of the Quarter’s old-line restaurants?

  • Still wonderful as ever
  • Some need to step it up
  • Dinosaurs of a bygone era

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New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival poster features Bo Dollis

New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival poster features Bo Dollis

This year's poster, featuring the late Bo Dollis, was created by veteran New Orleans painter Frenchy.
"Chili in the Channel" cook-off slated for March 7

"Chili in the Channel" cook-off slated for March 7

The charity competition will shine a spotlight on gumbo's less-talked-about cousin, chili.
Mardi Gras 2015: A few changes this year for Rex

Mardi Gras 2015: A few changes this year for Rex

This year, Rex will arrive at Spanish Plaza on Lundi Gras by train, not water.
Bo Dollis dies at 71

Bo Dollis dies at 71

Big Chief Dollis led the Wild Magnolia Mardi Gras Indians for four decades.
Brewsday Tuesday: Beer festivals across Louisiana

Brewsday Tuesday: Beer festivals across Louisiana

The WYES International Beer Tasting is canceled, but beer events continue to grow.
The New Orleans Fruit Tree Project holds a "Citrus Celebration" Jan. 28

The New Orleans Fruit Tree Project holds a "Citrus Celebration" Jan. 28

The fruit-themed fundraiser will feature a citrus cocktail competition, food trucks and a way to help grow the city's "edible urban canopy."
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