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  • Aug 16-22, 2005
  • Vol. 24, No. 138

News

  • Troubled Waters
  • Troubled Waters

    Louisiana's commercial seafood industry has always faced challenges, but new economic factors, stiffer competition and market changes are making it harder than ever to stay afloat.
  • The Trailblazer
  • The Trailblazer

    Lake Charles native Jerome Ringo doesn't believe in closed doors -- and he doesn't think environmentalists should, either.
  • Ticket to Ride
  • Ticket to Ride

    If you don't have a car, fear not. A recent transplant shares her tale of navigating New Orleans by bus, bike and streetcar.
  • Shopping 101
  • Shopping 101

    One great thing about New Orleans is the variety of shopping experiences you can have, from super-chic to super cheap.
  • Live Music 101
  • Live Music 101

    If two people go out on a Friday night at 10 p.m. looking for live music, calculate the odds that they'll have fun.
  • Culture 101
  • Culture 101

    Students will learn very quickly that all of New Orleans seems to major in the liberal arts.
  • Food 101
  • Food 101

    Whether you're on a budget or a date, New Orleans cuisine lives up to its hype.
  • Corruption Costs Jobs

    Louisiana must pull itself up by its own bootstraps – and be squeaky clean for at least 10 years – to change its image.

Columns

Events

  • Keys to the King
  • Keys to the King

    The Rough Guide to Elvis serves as your road map to the shifting place known as "Elvis country."

Music

  • Greener Pastures
  • Greener Pastures

    The year and a half that singer Ben Falgoust spent recovering from an accident has fueled Soilent Green's new CD, Confrontation.

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Film

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Food & Drink

Shopping


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