New restaurants have expanded New Orleans’ dining options in recent months.Dian Xin brought dumplings and Chinese dishes to Lower Decatur Street. Costera serves paella and Spanish dishes in Uptown. Bonnets NOLA spiced up Caribbean-influenced soul food in the Lower Garden District. Taco and margarita patio restaurant Barracuda is opening in Uptown. Chef Dominique Macquet serves French-inspired dishes at his rotisserie and oyster bar Bordeaux in Uptown. Indonesian influences find their way into chef Sue Zemanick’s menu at Zasu in Mid-City.Gambit’s Spring Restaurant Guide includes these places and many more, from casual to fine dining spots, traditional neighborhood joints to new taverns and more. The guide has information on menu items, hours of operation, reservation policies and more.Scroll down to view our complete rundown of restaurants. Or click a letter below to explore all the restaurants that, say, start with the letter 'R!'A B C D … [Read more...] about From A-Z, a complete guide to every New Orleans restaurant you can imagine
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By CAITY WEAVER MARCH 20, 2019 The particular sheen of America by Amtrak. The Voyages Issue Rick Steves Wants to Save the World, One Vacation at a Time It Was Just a Kayaking Trip. Until It Upended Our Lives. There Is No Reason to Cross the U.S. by Train. But I Did It Anyway. The Voyages Issue The particular sheen of America by Amtrak. By CAITY WEAVER photographs by: Holly Andres Tell your fellow americans that you plan to cross the United States by train, and their reactions will range from amusement at your spellbinding eccentricity to naked horror that they, through some fatal social miscalculation, have become acquainted with a person who would plan to cross the United States by train. Depending how you slice it — time or money — there are either 61 or 960 immediate reasons not to travel by Amtrak trains from New York City to Los Angeles. Those are the extra hours and dollars, respectively, that you might reasonably expect to … [Read more...] about There Is No Reason to Cross the U.S. by Train. But I Did It Anyway.
By THE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE MARCH 7, 2019 25 Songs 1 ‘Born in the U.S.A.’ (2018) Bruce Spring... Full Track 2 ‘Thank You, Next’ Ariana Grande Full Track 3 ‘A No No’ Mariah Carey Full Track 4 ‘Trauma’ Meek Mill Full Track 5 ‘Sicko Mode’ Travis Scott Full Track 6 ‘Why Did You Do That?’ Lady Gaga Full Track 7 ‘Baby Shark’ Pinkfong Full Track 8 ‘Apeshit’ The Carters Full Track 9 ‘Lucid Dreams’ Juice Wrld Full Track 10 ‘Slow Burn’ Kacey Musgraves Full Track 11 ‘Sunflower’ Post Malone Full Track 12 ‘Bugs Life’ Tierra Whack Full Track 13 ‘Before the Water ... Parquet Courts Full Track 14 ‘We Appreciate Power’ Grimes feat.... Full Track 15 ‘I Shall Love 2’ Julia Holter Full Track 16 ‘Girls Like You’ Maroon 5 Full Track 17 … [Read more...] about The Top 25 Songs That Matter Right Now
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Log In He Was the Perfect Fixer for Putin’s Russia. Until He Got Fixed. Feature Denis Voronenkov won incredible power and wealth playing by Russia’s rules. But his murder wasn’t necessarily what it looked like. A portrait of Voronenkov at his grave in Ukraine last year. Credit Credit Sergey Ponomarev for The New York Times Supported by BySarah A. Topol Feb. 5, 2019 On the thawing March morning he died, Denis Voronenkov stood on Shevchenko Boulevard, a broad poplar-lined street in central Kiev named after Ukraine’s national poet, his eyes glued to his phone. The 45-year-old former Russian lawmaker and security agent was promoting an interview he had given to a local news site about the life he left behind in Moscow months earlier. Given his past in Russia’s notoriously tight-lipped security services, it was particularly treasonous of … [Read more...] about He Was the Perfect Fixer for Putin’s Russia. Until He Got Fixed.
In 1971, the Voice hosted what music editor Robert Christgau then dubbed “the first and last annual Pazz & Jop Critics Poll,” receiving 84 ballots (of which only 39 came from what he described as “legitimate critics,” or “human beings with more access to print media than a lonely attack on Led Zeppelin III in a high school newspaper in Minnesota, which was one credential proferred”) and splitting the results across two music sections. Who’s Next won by a wide margin, its 540 points easily topping Sticky Fingers‘s 332 and Every Picture Tells a Story‘s 319. The prominence of legacy artists led Christgau to complain of a “creeping auterism” by which “fave raves of yore… are trotted out like so many Frank Tashlins to receive a great art award for their annual wheeze.” Three years later, however, the poll returned, trimmed down to just 24 voters, with Court and Spark by Joni Mitchell (the last female … [Read more...] about Robert Christgau’s Five Favorite Pazz & Jop Essays