Berliner in New Orleans: Sven Vorkauf of Bratz Y’all

When people think about the world-famous cuisine of New Orleans, Creole dishes like gumbo, etouffee, and chargrilled oysters are probably the first things that come to mind. The truth is that New Orleans cuisine was cultivated from many different cultures living, working, and eating together. Waves of immigrants from the world over have traveled to …

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Constructing Cities of The Dead: German Sarmiento of VGR Construction

There are a few images that come to mind when someone says, “New Orleans:” scenes of the French Quarter on a sunny day with Creole delicacies making the air fragrant with spices, taking a bumpy ride in a streetcar along St. Charles Avenue, or sipping a cold cocktail while grooving to the loud, intoxicating sounds …

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People Watching For Work: Todd Kelly of Genesis Information Services

It takes someone who has an innate curiosity about people’s habits to become a top-notch private investigator and to lead others in the art of following unsuspecting people around town. Todd Kelly, the Vice President of Marketing and Sales of Genesis Information Services, has always been fascinated by what people do when they think no …

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