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Nurse Navigator       •       Frank Lau, M.D., Director of the Center for Regenerative Medicine       •       Angie Rhett Sassard, M.D.       •       Weekend Cheat Sheet: Stay Cool       •       Enshrining the Past, Illuminating the Future       •       Downtown Living: 2017 Downtown NOLA Awards       •       William Terry: Soap Sense       •       Meagan Miller: Faith and Fitness       •       Josh Cazabat: Future Focused       •       The Dish on Diabetes       •       Delivering on Expectations       •       Brain Drain       •       A Plan to Grow UNO       •       The Ugly Side of Beauty       •       Posh Perspective       •       The Late Bloomer       •       Backyard Magic       •       Mind + Body: August 2017       •       Made in the Shade       •       Made The American Way       •       Arts: August 2017       •       The Hidden Scar Advantage       •       Clayton Mazoue, M.D.       •       Jessie Gills, M.D.       •       Weekend Cheat Sheet: July 2017       •       Spaces & Design – The Country Club: What’s In a Name?       •       Downtown Living: July 2017       •       Making Connections; Sally Guidry, M.S., LBA, BCBA       •       Nicoya Hogan: A Wing Thing       •       Saving Lives: Sunyoung Kim, PhD       •       For the Love of Fitness       •       On the Stage       •       Defensive Line       •       Heaven or Hell       •       Little Engine Luke       •       Mind + Body: July 2017       •       Haute Holiday       •       Arts: July 2017       •       Pass the Bacon, Please       •       Germ Warfare       •       Life Is Sweet       •       Light up the Night       •       Male Wellness is Like an Automobile       •       Style and Substance       •       Greatness Arrives At Sunset       •       Rabia Cattie, M.D.       •       Nicole Lapinel, M.D.       •       Weekend Cheat Sheet: Father’s Favorites       •       Living Large       •       Michael Gulotta       •      
       

FEATURES

William Terry: Soap Sense

As quite possibly the only Grammy Award-winning soap maker in the world, William Terry is clearly in a class of his own.

Meagan Miller: Faith and Fitness

As a brown belt in the mixed martial arts, Meagan Miller would have loved to proceed to black belt.

Josh Cazabat: Future Focused

They say a child will lead us.

A Plan to Grow UNO

As the president of the University of New Orleans, John Nicklow, PhD, champions the university for students and the city alike. 

Made The American Way

On Season 3 of Handcrafted America, effervescent host Jill Wagner shines the spotlight on New Orleans artisans.

Making Connections; Sally Guidry, M.S., LBA, BCBA

At a time when dyslexia wasn’t widely understood, Sally Guidry’s sister struggled tremendously with school. Guidry accompanied her family to countless tutoring and behavioral psychology appointments and found herself intrigued ...

Nicoya Hogan: A Wing Thing

Nicoya Hogan and her husband have something of a wing habit.

IN THIS ISSUE

Enshrining the Past, Illuminating the Future

Neglected for several decades, the old New Orleans Public Service Inc. building in the Central Business District comes alive once again as the luxury NOPSI Hotel.

The Late Bloomer

The Saints’ newest wide receiver star, Ted Ginn, prepares to bloom in 2017.

Backyard Magic

Here’s how to create a sensory garden with children.

Arts: August 2017

Contemporary Art in New Orleans: A new exhibition at NOMA explores the rise of modern and contemporary art in New Orleans.

Spaces & Design – The Country Club: What’s In a Name?

A neighborhood restaurant in Bywater measures up to its name, yet still retains its flair for whimsy and frivolity after a year-long renovation.

Downtown Living: July 2017

Accommodations: NOPSI Hotel

Defensive Line

The Saints pick Marshon Lattimore to lead an impressive rookie class in to 2017.

HEALTH & WELLNESS

Nurse Navigator

Mapping out care is critical for improving cancer outcomes.

Angie Rhett Sassard, M.D.

Always the Go-Getter

The Dish on Diabetes

New Orleans local Felice Mitchell Guimont educates those who are battling diabetes on a new television show, Reversed.

Brain Drain

Fight dementia with new brain-boosting tools.

The Hidden Scar Advantage

Cutting-edge breast cancer surgery places Touro at the forefront of the Gulf South region.

Clayton Mazoue, M.D.

When Healthcare Can’t Wait

FOOD & DRINK

Weekend Cheat Sheet: Stay Cool

It’s the hottest month of the year, especially in New Orleans, but we’ve got lots of suggestions on how to heat up your weekend, while still maintaining your cool.

Weekend Cheat Sheet: July 2017

Whether you’re a recent transplant or a longtime resident, it’s always a good time to discover cozy cafes, stunning views, and local watering holes and dining destinations all right here ...

Weekend Cheat Sheet: Father’s Favorites

Show Dad how much he means to you by treating him to a weekend filled with the things he loves most.

Weekend Cheat Sheet: Spoiling Mom

  Growing up, there was that one person who did everything for you — from making you smiley pancakes in the morning to chasing away the closet-monster at night. Isn’t ...

Weekend Cheat Sheet: Experimental Excursions

The onset of springtime often energizes and inspires one to start anew, aim in a different direction and take chances. Why not savor the flavors of an unfamiliar culture, sip ...

Libations for Locals: Jazz up Your Spirits

New Orleans is a city filled with music. It floats throughout our springtime festivals, bubbles up in weekly concerts and spills out into the streets from nearly every bar in ...

Weekend Cheat Sheet: March 2017

Spend your weekend exploring the wonders of New Orleans, while rediscovering your passion for the art, music and cuisine of the Crescent City. 

STYLE & BEAUTY

The Ugly Side of Beauty

Some cosmetics can have damaging side effects.

Posh Perspective

Having the right garments in your wardrobe can make all the difference.

Made in the Shade

Pick a pair of sunnies that will provide that cool and fabulous persona we all want and love.

Heaven or Hell

Its July in the city; the termites are swarming; street construction seems to be everywhere; and your clothes and hair are sticking to you like paste.

Haute Holiday

Using unconventional materials, touchable textiles and life experiences as her inspiration, Mimi Holaday designs cutting-edge fashions that make everyone do a double take of her haute styles.

Light up the Night

Try these simple tricks to show off your patriotism this Fourth of July.

Style and Substance

Here’s to the stylish men in our lives.

Nurse Navigator

July 31st, 2017

Mapping out care is critical for improving cancer outcomes.

Frank Lau, M.D., Director of the Center for Regenerative Medicine

July 31st, 2017

Great Growth

Angie Rhett Sassard, M.D.

July 31st, 2017

Always the Go-Getter

Weekend Cheat Sheet: Stay Cool

July 31st, 2017

It’s the hottest month of the year, especially in New Orleans, but we’ve got lots of suggestions on how to heat up ...

Enshrining the Past, Illuminating the Future

July 31st, 2017

Neglected for several decades, the old New Orleans Public Service Inc. building in the Central Business District comes alive once again as ...

Downtown Living: 2017 Downtown NOLA Awards

July 31st, 2017

The Downtown Development District announces the Honorees for the 2017 Downtown NOLA Awards.

William Terry: Soap Sense

July 31st, 2017

As quite possibly the only Grammy Award-winning soap maker in the world, William Terry is clearly in a class of his own.

Meagan Miller: Faith and Fitness

July 31st, 2017

As a brown belt in the mixed martial arts, Meagan Miller would have loved to proceed to black belt.

Josh Cazabat: Future Focused

July 31st, 2017

They say a child will lead us.

The Dish on Diabetes

July 31st, 2017

New Orleans local Felice Mitchell Guimont educates those who are battling diabetes on a new television show, Reversed.