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  • Aug 12-18, 2003
  • Vol. 24, No. 33

News

  • Now Playing
  • Now Playing

    A quintet of rising New Orleans music acts covers the sound spectrum, from tone meditation to accorgan to old-fashioned pop harmonies.
  • New Orleans to Palestine
  • New Orleans to Palestine

    This summer, a trio of local activists journeyed to the Middle East to aid Palestinian efforts in the West Bank. They say they went to express solidarity; critics say such "human shields" are supporting terrorists.
  • True Adventures with the FBI
  • True Adventures with the FBI

    So what's wrong with reading an alternative newsweekly article in a coffeeshop? Do you really want to ask?
  • Feeding Frenzy
  • Feeding Frenzy

    Gambit Weekly's restaurant critic serves up 10 great places to duck dorm food -- and even where to go for dessert.
  • Notes From the Other Side

    Two Gambit Weekly interns reveal the secrets that helped them emerge from the local college experience with degree in hand.
  • Byte the Big One

    Whether choosing Mac or PC, laptop or desktop, college students have plenty to consider when buying a computer.
  • Bar None
  • Bar None

    10 Great Places to Drink and Be Merry
  • Culture Shocks
  • Culture Shocks

    If you want to canvass the city for art and theater, here are 10 places to start.
  • Feature

    Cool places to go and things to do around town

  • Preparing for War

    More than 150 homicides occurred in our city during the first half of this year -- more violent deaths than the 146 U.S. soldiers killed in the war in Iraq through May 1.

Columns

Events

  • Double Cross
  • Double Cross

    Miller's Crossing, recently released on DVD, is the best New Orleans movie that's not supposed to be set in New Orleans. But re-viewing the 1990 Coen Brothers film begs the question: Where else could it be?

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