• Issue of
  • Apr 6-12, 2004
  • Vol. 24, No. 67


  • Quitting the Business

    After a 25-year career, an upscale call girl looks back at the grit and glamour -- and explains why it's so tough to get out.
  • Loaded Questions

    Environmentalists -- and a man in a dolphin suit -- make their case for cruise ship legislation to Louisiana.
  • Health Talk
  • Health Talk

    Dr. Henri Roca, director of LSU Health Sciences Center's new Section of Integrative Medicine, discusses the increasing emphasis on holistic health and the roles of complementary and alternative therapies in conjunction with conventional medical treatments
  • Nancy Drew in New Orleans

    The girl detective's biggest fans come to town to solve some mysteries of their own.
  • Thinking Young

    Even though organ transplants in children are rare, the demand still outweighs the supply -- meaning some kids never have a chance.


  • Clancy DuBos
  • Blanco's Bitter Pill

    Gov. Blanco has set her sights on imposing greater ethical and financial restrictions on many -- but possibly not all -- Louisiana politicians.


  • Wrapped in Plastic
  • New Orleans Event Previews
  • Wrapped in Plastic

    The music created by Wynne Greenwood -- the whole of Tracy and the Plastics -- begs the question: Is it art or a multiple personality disorder? Even she's not sure.



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