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Pop-Up Magazine, 'live magazine' and storytelling show, is in New Orleans Feb. 23

The show adapts stories from local and national writers, journalists and artists.

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Gambit's Digital Edition, February 20, 2018

Facebook switches up its algorithm again, Prince tribute at Joy Theater, Review:Cloud Nine Bistro + more

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Editorial: New Orleans needs a local power source

The council has been studying this issue for almost two years, and its Utilities Committee is scheduled to make a recommendation next Wednesday (Feb. 21).

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Birdman narrates the documentary streaming on Apple Music.

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Once more, into the ditch: State lawmakers about to begin a fifth special session to deal with Louisiana's deficit

Statewide surveys consistently show that the only thing voters like less than taxes are cuts to education and hospitals.

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