• Issue of
  • May 2-8, 2006
  • Vol. 24, No. 166

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  • An Ace in the Hole

    Organized gambling might not have a close friend with the current governmental regime, but its eventual expansion is a sure bet.
  • Strength in (Whatever) Numbers
  • Strength in (Whatever) Numbers

    With the bulk of their members reforming as evacuees in cities such as Houston, Baton Rouge and Atlanta, New Orleans' gospel choirs seek comfort in their belief and their music. And now they're ready once again to raise the Gospel Tent at Jazz Fest.
  • Hail to the Chief
  • Hail to the Chief

    Whether it's celebrating Mardi Gras Indians, brass bands, rump-shaking funk or wonderful guest artists, the 37th annual Jazz & Heritage Festival, presented by Shell, proves in its second week that it's still large and in charge.
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  • Class Displaced
  • Class Displaced

    NOCCA's Jazz Ensemble overcame a completely different academic atmosphere to prepare for this year's performance.
  • Rocky Grass
  • Rocky Grass

    With a new album in tow, the Yonder Mountain String Band hits the road to forge new traditions in bluegrass.
  • Steel Pulse
  • Steel Pulse

    For Robert Randolph, rock 'n' roll is a sacred thing -- especially on his pedal steel guitar.

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