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Portraits from Week 32

We’re excited to share with you the thirty-second week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Bishop Paul S. Morton, Angela Hill, Donald E. Powell, Y Van Vu, Walker Percy, and Kermit Ruffins. For the Greater…, by Jessica Strahan “Our purpose is to change a generation. We have to do it and we have to do… Read more »

Portraits from Week 31

We’re excited to share with you the thirty-first week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including L.H. Hayward Sr., Germaine Bazzle, Lester Kabacoff, Brandan Odums, and Thomas Dent, and Jim Henderson. L.H. Hayward Sr., by Jeff Morgan “What we produce we want to be proud of. It has our name on it, for one thing.” — Vince… Read more »

Portraits from Week 30

We’re excited to share with you the thirtieth week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Betty Wisdom, Walter and Jerry Brock, Alvin “Red” Tyler, Teddy Solomon, and Rabbi Isaac Leucht. Betty Wisdom, by Alexandra Kilburn “All of us were brought up in a family to believe in service. It was a duty as well as a pleasure…. Read more »

Portraits from Week 29

We’re excited to share with you the twenty-eighth week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Lin Emery, George Porter Jr., Archbishop Antoine Blanc, Anne Milling, C.C. Dejoie Sr., and Robert “Sonny” Vaucresson. Lin Emery, by Alexandra Kilburn “Sculpture is living, it’s vital, it’s changeable. Even when you walk around it, it can be something different. Drawing is… Read more »

Portraits from Week 25

We’re excited to share with you the twenty-fifth week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Vernon Winslow, Al Mims Jr., Sandra and Allan Jaffe, Sophie B. Wright, Danny Barker, and Suzanne Douvillier. Vernon Winslow, by Jeremy Paten “It was like the Berlin Wall. He broke down the walls.” — legendary New Orleans recording engineer… Read more »

Portraits from Week 23

We’re excited to share with you the twenty-third week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Becate Batiste, Suzanne Mestayer, Paul McIllhenny, Alvin Batiste, Pere Antoine, and Millie Charles. Becate Batiste, by D. Lammie-Hanson “Even at the parades with floats and costumes that cost millions, why, if the folks heard the sign of the Indians —… Read more »

Portraits from Week 22

We’re excited to share with you the twenty-second week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including John Schwegmann, Terence Blanchard, Andrew Higgins, Nash Roberts, E. J. Bellocq, and Diana Lewis. John G. Schwegmann, by Connie Kittok “Schwegmann — or Schwegmann’s, as New Orleanians invariably call it — was never a trendy supermarket, never the kind… Read more »

Portraits from Week Seventeen

We’re excited to share with you the seventeenth week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Jerry Romig, Sidney Bechet, Louis Charles Roudanez, Quint Davis, Lauren Thom, and Harold Battiste Jr. Jerry Romig, by Sean Randall “Dad’s passion never changed because he never stopped being a fan. … I remember him getting so excited after… Read more »

Portraits from Week Sixteen

We’re excited to share with you the sixteenth week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Austin Leslie, Lolis Edward Elie, A. Baldwin Wood, Adrien de Pauger, Sister Mary Frances Buttell, and John Gendusa. Austin Leslie, by Alexandra Kilburn “It was just good old Creole food, good old-time New Orleans food. And he was good,… Read more »

Portraits from Week Thirteen

We’re excited to share with you the thirteenth week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Master P, Al Scramuzza, Lindy and Hale Boggs, Pres Kabacoff, and Homer Plessy. Percy “Master P” Miller, by Jeremy Paten “I come from a poor culture of people. Nobody in my family had money. I had to break the negative… Read more »