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Bayou Burger opens on Magazine Street Creole Cuisine Restaurant Concepts (www.creolecuisine.com) opened a second location of Bayou Burger & Sports Company (503 Bourbon St., 504-529-4256; www.bayouburger.com) in Uptown (3226 Magazine St., 504-224-6024) Jan. 19. The casual restaurant takes over
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Home sick: New Orleans housing and the rental registry In a city of renters, a housing stock in need of repair. Kijafa Brown made her Mardi Gras Indian debut in 2014. As Queen Ya Ya of the Washitaw Nation, Brown sewed a suit of bright white feathers with emerald pieces and silvery-jeweled centers.¦
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Five in 5: macaroni and cheese The Big Cheezy422 1/2 S. Broad St., (504) 302-2598; 3232 Williams Blvd., Kenner, (504) 305-5349; Henry's Uptown Bar, 5101 Magazine St., (504) 258-4075www.thebigcheezy.comThe Mac N'Cheezy is a grilled sandwich filled with bacon, macaroni and four cheeses.
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The Bluegrass Pickin' Party celebrates 10th anniversary Musicians perform every Monday at Hi-Ho Lounge Like many a good time passed in New Orleans, the weekly Monday night Bluegrass Pickin' Party at the Hi-Ho Lounge tends to start early and end late. As one recent all-acoustic jam started, roughly a dozen musi
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Health-conscious comfort food spot SWEGS opens in Mid-City SWEGS Kitchen (www.swegskitchen.com), a health-conscious grab-and-go restaurant with locations in the CBD, Metairie and Mandeville, is now open in Mid-City (231 N. Carrollton Ave., 504-301-9196). SWEGS' menu includes salads, wraps, sandwiches, entrees and
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CUE's Bride, spring 2017 Finding the perfect dress; getting personal; upping the proposal game; and more
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The count: the number of affordable low-income units in New Orleans that will return to market-rate apartments by 2031 6,100 (Source: Tulane City Center) Following the debate over expiring tax credits at the American Can Apartments and how to maintain housing for low- and middle-income renters who depend on the affordability of those units, housing advocacy groups say the
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Review: Station 6 in Bucktown Chef Alison Vega-Knoll takes a refined approach to local seafood Station 6 isn't your typical Bucktown seafood shack. While the casual standbys one would expect of seafood restaurants in the area are here, including raw oysters and cornmeal-dusted fried f
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Commentary: Deficits and the common good The latest news out of Baton Rouge reminds all Louisianans that our state remains mired in a cycle of structural deficits — a term used by Moody's Investors Service to describe former Gov. Bobby Jindal's irresponsible fiscal practices. In addition to a
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Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down Brice Brown,head football coach at Edna Karr High School, was selected as the New Orleans Saints' nominee for the national Don Shula NFL High School Coach of the Year award. The school's team won the 2016 4A State Championship title.¦
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