Monthly Archive : 2014 February


NOLAbeings

Photo: Claire Bangser

In this week's edition of NOLAbeings, photo journalist Claire Bangser meets a couple of Carnival kids, a costumed grandmother and an ophthalmologist with a statement hat. Read More »

Et cetera

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Meet: AirPnP. You know the situation too well -- you fling open a shoddy plastic door equipped with a nonfunctional lock, piles of toilet paper covering the floor (you reassure yourself it hasn’t been used) as the smell ... Read More »

Your Mardi Gras in 5 apps

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Mardi Gras is here! As we all know, Mardi Gras craziness (mostly the good kind) comes with its logistical glitches. While we can’t guarantee that you won’t encounter some frustrating predicaments over the long weekend, we can introduce ... Read More »

Artists from away: graNOLA

graNOLA artists (from left): Maddie Futrell, Emily Swietilk and Rocky Rudov

Sometimes producing art takes a little help from friends. For recent Tulane grads Maddie Futrell, Lauren Rouatt, Rocky Rudov and Emily Swietilk, this is the idea behind Grassroots New Orleans, or graNOLA -- a female artists collective that makes affordable, sustainable art from found objects with a lot of New Orleans inspiration. Read More »

AUDIO: 'When Jesters Have Their Day'

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This piece is written (and read) by Adam Karlin, who came to New Orleans to write the Lonely Planet guide to the city in 2009. He immediately fell deeply in love and convinced his then-girlfriend, now-wife — who he ... Read More »

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