How to care for exotic pets

Birds, ferrets, guinea pigs, rabbits and reptiles are the most common patients at the Avian & Exotic Animal Hospital of Louisiana (3635 N. I-10 Service Road W., Metairie, 504-455-6386;, according to Dr. Gregory Rich, who opened the clinic in 1993 and sees exotic pets exclusively. He also sees sugar gliders, hedgehogs, rats and monkeys.

New Orleans Pets

Urban edge: Reynaldo Gonzalez and a fashionable Mid-City home

The designer with an eye for detail adds custom pieces
When the owner of a renovated Mid-City cottage approached designer Reynaldo Gonzalez, the owner made it clear that the job was more collaboration than carte blanche assignment.

New Orleans Home and Design

Zen pals: New Orleans’ meditation community

Exploring meditation practice in New Orleans
Mindfulness is one form of different meditations, [a] particular way of paying attention to the present moment with an open curiosity and kindness. On a quiet street tucked behind the Fair Grounds Race Course, there is a little house with several pairs of shoes on the front porch.

New Orleans Health and Wellness

Gambit’s twenty one: 2016-2017

where to go, what to know
Explore New Orleans like a local. New Orleans’ neighborhoods outside downtown have their own character and charms, and there’s a lot to see in each of them.

21 Guide

Gambit's Kids Fall 2016

Back-to-school issue. Day care vs. home care; immunization schedules; after-school activities and more

New Orleans Kids

Family care resource guide

ADULT DAY CARE CENTERS Abundant Life Adult Day Healthcare Center 5961 Bullard Ave., Suites 5 & 6, (504) 240-2900 Alzheimer's Day Health Care West Jefferson Behavioral Center, 229 Bellemeade Blvd., Gretna, (504) 398-4336 Amazing Grace Adult Day Services 7041 Read Lane, (504) 241-2630 Contin-U-Care 315-317 N. Broad St., (504) 684-6039 Day Haven Adult Day Care 920 Fourth St., Gretna, (504) 361-1203; Greenwalt Adult Day Healthcare Center For People With Alzheimer's disease 1926 18th St., Kenner, (504) 461-5889; The Guild at Raphael Village Day Program for Differently-abled Adults

Family Care Guide

Oh, baby: shower themes beyond pink and blue

It's a shame, but there's only one (or two or three or four ...) times in your life when you get to eat petit fours while unwrapping countless pieces of diminutive clothing.

New Orleans Party Planning


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