• Issue of
  • Dec 18-24, 2001
  • Vol. 22, No. 51

News

  • Staying in the Black
  • Staying in the Black

    A local effort encourages black shoppers to remember black-owned businesses this holiday season.
  • Here Comes Santa Claus
  • Here Comes Santa Claus

    He gives and gives, but what does he get in return? Ronnie Virgets and Eileen Loh-Harrist meet the man behind the myth.
  • The 411 on 211

    Local social services group hopes a new phone number will help people struggling with substance abuse, domestic violence, suicide and other issues.
  • The Thin Red Line

    Domino's thinks twice about limiting delivery to a minority neighborhood.
  • Letters to the Editor

    'The New Orleans Media Center decided that fresh, new and creative access programming deserved a higher profile than the canned, stale, repeat and limited "educational" programming.'
    -- Michael W. Tifft
  • King Louis
  • King Louis

    At the age of 19, Louis Moreau Gottschalk debuted his 'Louisiana Quartet,' based on melodies he'd heard in childhood. Parisians gathered by the hundreds to hear him practice and rushed to crown him with celebrity.

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