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Portraits from Week 46

We’re excited to share with you the forty-sixth week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Dylan French Cole, aka “Mama D”, Staci Rosenberg, Rose Nicaud, Big Freedia, Carl Galmon, Wilbert Rawlins Jr., and Ida Richardson. Mama D, by Sean Randall “I can’t think of a better gift in the face of this tragedy than Mama D…. Read more »

Portraits from Week 45

We’re excited to share with you the forty-fifth week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Frank G. Painia, Mary Howell, Warren Leruth, Arthur Q. Davis, Joan of Arc, and Wilbert Rawlins Jr. Frank G. Painia, by Jeremy Paten “(It) was like home. In fact, it was home. The … Dew Drop is where I used to live back in the… Read more »

Portraits from Week 44

We’re excited to share with you the forty-fourth week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Jean Lafitte, Hap Glaudi, Raymond Myles, Cherice Harrison-Nelson, Sid Noel, and St. Frances Cabrini. A Portrait of Jean Lafitte, by Maddie Stratton “Patriot, pirate, smuggler and warrior, there is no character to compare with him except that of Robin Hood,… Read more »

Portraits from Week 43

We’re excited to share with you the forty-third week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Doug Thornton, Allison Miner, Lafcadio Hearn, Jim Amoss, Sally Ann Roberts, and Lena Richard. Doug Thornton, by Michael McManus “One guy asked me why we wouldn’t just want to tear down the Dome because it harbors so many bad memories of the storm, but… Read more »

Portraits from Week 35

We’re excited to share with you the thirty-fifth week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Roger Ogden,Sybil Morial, Harry Batt Sr., Jean Gordon, Arthur Roger, and Marion Abramson. Roger Ogden: Collector of the South, by Gabriel Flores “All over the state and the South, you’ll meet people who’ll tell you things about Roger’s generosity.” —… Read more »

Portraits from Week 34

We’re excited to share with you the thirty-fourth week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including Stocker Fontelieu, Chris Owens, Alden McDonald, Karen Gadbois, Bob Merrick, and John T. Scott. Stocker Fontelieu, by Michael McManus “He was theatrical, but, then, he WAS theater.” — Frank Gagnard, a retired Times-Picayune critic, in a 2009 interview with NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune… Read more »

Portraits from Week 33

We’re excited to share with you the thirty-third week of portraits recently published on Nola.com, including A.B. Freeman, Dr. Sara T. Mayo, Lloyd Price, Baroness Pontalba, Ashton Phelps, and Liz McCartney. A.B. Freeman, by Jeremy Paten “His life has represented a very unique combination in that, in a most unobtrusive fashion, he has done so much… Read more »

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 »