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Week in review

Your week got the better of you and you missed a beat or two on NolaVie. You can catch up on local cultural arts news in NolaVie’s Week in Review, featuring a snapshot of the week’s features, published every Saturday.

Comfort food from Haiti

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A Haitian-born lecturer and storyteller is set to bring culinary demonstrations and cultural stories to the 2014 Downriver Festival on Saturday.


KNOWLouisiana: Curtis and Davis architects

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A historical profile of Superdome architects Nathaniel Cortlandt Curtis Jr. and Arthur Quentin Davis.


A female fan speaks out on Ray Rice, the NFL and hypocrisy

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One female Saints fan speaks out about the link between sexism in the NFL and domestic violence.


Reader reaction: The NFL and violence

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A NolaVie reader and contributor responds to  NolaVie article "A female fan speaks out on Ray Rice, the NFL and hypocrisy."


Where's the Honduran food?


A local exploration in search of the city's best Honduran food hot spots.


VIDEO: Hips and Hipster: New Orleans with a twist


Meet Hips & Hipster, a New Orleans-based animated cartoon about a dysfunctional, quirky detective agency based in the Marigny.