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By Andrew Collins Gary Krist’s absorbing history of New Orleans’ seedy early-20th-century underbelly, Empire of Sin, opens with a great quote from a local minister...

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Nanette Gruch and Patricia Shannon have had many adventures in their year-and-a-half-old relationship. The laughter they share is contagious. From meeting at the gym...

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When Machin McHargue returned to the U.S. from an eight-month deployment as a trauma room medic at a hospital in Mosul, Iraq, in the...

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Several years ago and while he was still living in New Orleans, my dear friend and fellow Human Rights Campaign volunteer, Frank, lost his...

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What does it mean to eat healthy? For some, it means a breakfast of Greek yogurt topped with granola and whole wheat toast or...

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“I always wanted to be an artist. I could always draw and make art,” said Reji Thomas, who has thrived as a painter, glassworker...

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Meredith Powell is effusive when she talks about the impact of the arts in Austin. “I’m proud of the partnerships we’ve built in the...

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Lynn Yeldell knows what a good party is all about.  She is, after all, a New Orleans native. But there are parties, and then there...

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