• Issue of
  • Jan 22-28, 2008
  • Vol. 24, No. 256


  • Watershed Reform

    The Louisiana Clean Waters Program aims to restore a fourth of the state's impaired water bodies by 2012. Andrea Calvin of the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation tests the water on Bayou Lacombe.
  • Picking the Prez
  • Picking the Prez

    Most of the major contenders chasing the Republican nomination for president have made an effort to pick up delegates in Louisiana. John McCain (pictured here in New Hampshire) visited Baton Rouge in December to raise money and hustle delegates to the GOP
  • Sacred Ground
  • Sacred Ground

    For many New Orleanians, Mardi Gras is a neighborhood cultural celebration. In the wake of Katrina, one of the city's oldest neighborhoods -- Treme -- clings to its traditions against a tide of change.
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  • Krewe to Their Roots
  • Krewe to Their Roots

    The oldest neighborhood parades have had to forego their original routes, but they maintain ties to the old 'hoods.
  • Roll With It

    Rex Duke®, the world's first and foremost Mardi Gras parade critic, holds court as the Carnival season gets underway.
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