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Week in review

Your week got the best 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.

Celebrating the history of unique New Orleans neighborhood

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In a modest house in Arabi, two bright young women are ensuring that L9's history is remembered and demonstrated, stories of its present are captured, and plans for the neighborhood's future are made.

 

How's Bayou?: Who dat say dey da king?

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British artist Tom Phillips’s re-creation of late-19th-century genre painting evokes confusion at Madewood Plantation.

 

Upcoming documentary on Leah Chase nears completion

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"What’s important to know is that it’s not all about the food,” says Chef John Besh of Dooky Chase's Restaurant in upcoming documentary about Leah Chase. “The food is what she uses as a tool for bringing people together."

 

Mardi Gras memories guaranteed at unique New Orleans auction

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The economy of reserved tables at Galatoire's during Mardi Gras unfolds in Monday night auction.

 

Club Spotlight: Saturn Bar

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Inside the walls of wonderfully strange, yet inviting Bywater venue Saturn Bar

 

VIDEO: 'Wild Things'

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Southeast Louisiana Wildlife Refuge uses annual festival "Wild Things" to engage the community in wildlife conservation.