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Sacred Sisters
New Orleans and Haiti have a shared history of voodoo that continues to this day.
D. Eric Bookhardt


"Amistad"
Setting Sail (Part 1 of 2) - Debbie Allen brings "Amistad" to the screen -- with help from Tulane University and the world's most famous director.
Dion M. Harris


The Psychic Solution
10 years ago, a local family used a psychic to apprehend a trio of killers.
Dalt Wonk. Photos by Cheryl Gerber


Trombone Chic
A Descendant of the Slightly Dorky "Sackbut" Is Bleating Its Way Into the Hearts of Music Lovers Everywhere.
Kevin Forest Moreau


Master of His Game
Music Biz Experts Are Watching in Wonder as New Orleanian Percy "Master P" Miller Rules His Rap Empire.
C. Wagner


Cats in Class
UNO's Jazz Studies Program Puts Aspiring Players Through Their Musical Paces.
Lee Yates


Drinking 101
Unenforceable drinking laws drive underage drinking off-campus -- and underground.
Allen Johnson Jr.


Rising Star
William Faulkner, born 100 years ago this month, came to New Orleans as an aspiring poet and left as a brilliant young novelist.
W. Kenneth Holditch


The WIRED LIVING ROOM
The Great Bandwidth Race. Part 5 of "The Online Issue."
Frank Beacham


The Multiplexed
Ever wonder how personal computers reshape personalities? I pondered that while downloading a shareware version of the web browser Opera. Part 1 of "The Online Issue."
Joab Jackson


Plugged In and Turned On
Online gadgets and more. Part 4 of "The Online Issue."
Kandace Power Graves





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