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Beer buzz: Brieux Carre and Parleaux to open New breweries opening downtown Just off Frenchmen Street, the compact brewery and taproom Brieux Carre Brewing Company (2115 Decatur St., 504-304-4242) features a cozy bar area with 12 taps. There's a beer garden in back.¦
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Valerie June, right on Time The singer-songwriter's latest is The Order of Time. She performs at Republic March 2 Valerie June met The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach in New York, and after a joint songwriting session, he offered to help her record what would become her breakthrough 2013 a
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Clancy DuBos: Budget fight is all politics If you think fiscal policy drives Louisiana's budget decisions, think again On the surface, the special legislative session that ended last week resembled a small step in the right direction. Gov. John Bel Edwards and recalcitrant ideologues in the House
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Review: Altamura on Prytania Street An Uptown Italian restaurant with a Northeastern accent There are many types of Italian restaurants in New Orleans, including down-home Creole-Italian joints, classic trattorias with Sicilian roots and rustic, Northern Italian-inspired eateries. At Altamu
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Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down Louisiana Student of the Year district winners for Orleans Parish include Lusher Charter School senior Samyra Cambrielle Miller, Benjamin Franklin Elementary School eighth-grader Niani Gibson, and Lusher fifth-grader Keiffer Bartlett Ary. Jefferson Parish
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Review: The Red Turtle The Academy Award-nominated animated film is at The Broad It's no wonder that animated films have come to symbolize the commercial excesses of 21st-century Hollywood. Budgets for animated blockbusters routinely exceed $200 million and take years and an ar
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The count: what Burger King paid (in cash) for Popeye's $1.8 billion IN 1972, NATIVE NEW ORLEANIAN AL COPELAND opened a small fried chicken stand in Arabi. He later began franchising the restaurant, which he called Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, and by the end of the 1980s there were hundreds of Popeyes outlets ar
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Review: NOMA's A Life of Seduction: Venice in the 1700s Venetian paintings reveal Carnivalesque visions once It was among the richest cities on the continent, a home port for great fleets of ships and a magnet for artists and entrepreneurs despite its floods and epidemics. It never fully recovered from being o
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Live music in New Orleans this week M.O.T.O., The Staves, Norah Jones, Soul Fest, Deafheaven, Southern Soul Assembly M.O.T.OFri. March 3 | Paul Caporino's prolific punk project (Masters of the Obvious) has spanned nearly four decades and several states, ultimately crashing back to New Orlea
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Review: Niagara Falls from Broken Habit An existential drama about corrupt city government If Samuel Beckett were alive today, he might focus a play on an American treasure transformed into a tourist trap and toxic waste dump. But the message of Niagara Falls, presented recently by Broken Habit
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