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All Writing From Julia Barron



Jul 2016

Paw Talk: Wolves to the Rescue

In this age of mindless reality television, it’s nice to find a show with some real heart and soul. Pit Bulls and  Parolees is that show for me, and I assume for many other animal…Read full article

May 2016

Paw Talk: Uptown Cluckin’

Ah, Uptown New Orleans! What a place. Walking down Maple Street, you see restaurants, bars, businesses—it’s a fun little area, where there’s usually a drunk person or a group of college kids around to make…Read full article

Apr 2016

Paw Talk: Working Group

A week at the office can be hell on earth at times for some people. Personally, after a long day of assignments and work, I want nothing more than to be cuddling with my dog…Read full article

Mar 2016

Paw Talk: Rescue Therapy

Last April I had a lot going on in my life, as many college upperclassmen can relate to. Every day was becoming a challenge, and my anxiety began to creep in and consume me, making…Read full article

Jun 2015

Red Light Fever: The Music Shed

Euterpe Street, you’d probably never guess that inside of the commonplace warehouse sits a  premiere, Grammy- winning studio that has hosted The Cure, Christopher Walken and Bill Murray, REM,  and Dr. John to name a…Read full article

Apr 2015

Red Light Fever: Engineering at Esplanade

When I imagine a beautiful, cutting-edge recording facility, Esplanade Studios most accurately resembles the grand fantasy conjured up by my imagination. Opened in 2013 and located in the historic Treme neighborhood, the studio resides in…Read full article

Feb 2015

Red Light Fever: Electric Girl

While fellow classmates are consumed with partying and having the stereotypical university experience, Flor Serna has been focused on breaking the mold. As a practiced recording engineer in her own right, Serna has recently found…Read full article

Jan 2015

Red Light Fever: Vital Sounds

Shuffling past never-ending halls of classrooms, students, and water fountains, it’s hard to imagine that a state-of-the-art recording studio dwells inside the otherwise cookie cutter college environment at Loyola University New Orleans. I meet up…Read full article

Dec 2014

Red Light Fever: TARE — Be Prepared

It’s 11 p.m. on a Sunday night as I meet up with Tare, a fairly new “remedial math/space emo” quartet comprised of Josh Campbell (guitar), Zachary Meredith (guitar/vocals), Ian Paine-  Jesam (drums), and Dustin Poelker…Read full article