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Recent Issues


All Writing From our faithful readership

Mar 2016

Reader Feedback: Bite Me, Big Thinker

Our resident rascal Jules Bentley took to the printwaves last issue to expound on the closing of Booty’s Street Food, a Bywater eatery that was symbolic of the new wave of entrepreneurship and Silicon Valley…Read full article

Aug 2015

Reader Feedback: Clutch My Pearls

Last month, Andru Okun continued his coverage of the newly opened St. Roch Market (“Another Round: The Remiss Management of the St. Roch Market”). Gentrification, cronyism, and food appear to be a tempting mirepoix for…Read full article

Jul 2015

Reader Feedback: Welcome to Ghirardelli City

Last month we ran a critical piece on the newly opened St. Roch Market, written by Andru Okun. As always with matters food-related, New Orleanians responded in droves. Here are some of your comments from…Read full article

Waterloo, Louisiana: An Open Letter to New Orleans

Today’s mantra is: push the envelope, but don’t forget to mail the letter. Let’s be truthful: It is impossible to be honest in New Orleans. And it is even harder to speak to a full…Read full article

May 2015

Reader Feedback: Believe It, Fat Ass

Last month’s issue contained an in-depth report on the golf course currently under construction in City Park (“Bad Sport: a Golf Course vs. Nature’s Course in City Park” by Andru Okun). One comment from Don…Read full article

Mar 2015

Reader Feedback: Ask Not For Whom the Pretentious Windbag Wallows

We got some of y’all taking last month. Here’s what you had to say, via your ‘puters. First, our provocateur-laureate Jules Bentley, as usual, took the brunt of your ire for  his People’s History of…Read full article

Apr 2014

Extra Room: Readers Respond to ‘UnfairBnB: What Unlicensed Short-Term Rentals Mean for New Orleans’

Once again, our resident rabble-rouser Jules Bentley has upset the liberal micro-economy of New Orleans, with the piece he cowrote with Dorian Commode about AirBnB and its effects on our local housing market. Not since…Read full article

Apr 2013

Second Helping: Readers Respond to Food Truck Controversy

Readers Respond to “Fork In The Road: Who’s Behind The Push For New Orleans Food Trucks?” Last month’s issue featured a lot of incendiary talk, from Bryan Funck heckling bands with no sense of humor…Read full article