“2015 is Ours to Lose” quote from “Astrocreep: 2015 is Ours to Lose,” by Mistress Anthropy, January #126
Valerie Sassyfras cover photo by Adrienne Battistella; feature “Valerie Sassyfras: Sass Against the Machine” Q&A by Kevin Barrios, January #126
Illustration from “Reality Bites: Citywide King Cake Reviews” by Yvette del Rio, February #127
Photo by N. Kebrill from the feature “Would Candice Like This? A farewell to the Branch Manager of New Orleans DIY Punk” by Derek, February #127
“Skateboarding is the number three youth sport…” quote from the feature “Gracious Host: Parisite Ushers in a New Era of NOLA Skate Culture” by Dan Fox and Robert Landry, February #127
“The ruling class of New Orleans…” quote from the feature “Farewell to the Flesh: Notes on a Cybernetic Carnival” by Jules Bentley, February #127
“I’m definitely going to be my own media…” quote by Christine “Cfreedom” Brown from the feature “Unapologetically Black: Activism on (and off) the Streets with the Black Youth Project 100” by Jules Bentley, March #128
“That St. Roch Market is more likely to increase property values…” quote from the feature “Going Hungry at the St. Roch Market” by Andru Okun, June #131
Girls Rock! New Orleans 2015 cohort photo by Jess Pinkham from the feature “The Ultra Sounds of Girls Rock! New Orleans” by Paula Anne Socco Anicete, July #132
Female anatomical graphic from the comic “Sharkbrains” by Kate Lacour, September #134
“The epigraph on Barry Seal’s tombstone…” quote from the column “Hidden Louisiana: Rum & Coke” by Breonne DeDecker, airplane illustration by Ryan Blackwood, October #135
Illustration by Happy Burbeck from the feature “Dissecting the Golden Goose: Brian Boyles on New Orleans Past, Present and Future” by Andru Okun, September #134
Aurora Nealand photo by Ryan Hodgson-Rigsbee from the feature “The Gospel According to Aurora Nealand” by Sophie Lucido Johnson, December #137
E.D. White statue photo by Lauren Hind for #TakeEmDownNOLA, December #137
The K Chronicles comic by Keith Knight, December #137


Quote from “Hidden Louisiana: It’s Britney, Bitch” by Breonne DeDecker, illustrations by Matthew Chandelier, January #138
“King cake smoothie” quote from “Reality Bites: Drinking a King Cake” by Yvette Del Rio, illustration by Ben Claassen III, February #139
“I would urge…” quote from “Ashes to Ashes, Blogs to Bricks: Booty’s and the Cult of Small Business” feature by Jules Bentley, February #139
“Aw Crap! It’s a GLAND tour diarrhea” by Farra Mones, photo by Greg Rodrigue, February #139
Finally Free: The State of Louisiana v. Albert Woodfox” by Holly Devon, illustration by Erin K. Wilson, March #140
“Damn Donald…” photo from the protest of the Donald Trump Rally by Adrienne Battistella, April #141
“Sometimes when you’re trying to move forward…” quote from “Sarah Quintana Keeps on Rolling” Q&A by Kevin Comarda, cover photo by Lenore Seal, April #141
July #144 cover by Ben Passmore
“The Music Box…” quote from “Cranking Up with the Music Box” Q&A by Kelly McClure, photo by Adrienne Battistella, July #144
“Overdue: Irvin Mayfield vs. The New Orleans Public Library” feature by Holly Devon, illustration by Ben Passmore, July #144
October #147 cover by Molly Bizek
“Defend Kale” from the Dirt Nerd column by Ian Willson, illustration by Melissa Guion, October #147
“ANTIGRAVITY (et al.) vs. The State of Louisiana” staff editorial, illustration by Erin K. Wilson, November #148
“It’s currently easier to focus…” quote from “Bitter Suite: In the Fight Against Airbnb, City Council Checks Out” feature by Andru Okun, illustration by Ryan Blackwood, November #148
“Bleeding Ink: The Life and Art of Steve ‘What Style’ Williams” photo and Q&A by Dan Fox, November #148
“Fight Don’t Flee” cover image courtesy of Monika Grist-Weiner, December #149
“Retweeting Greenpeace doesn’t lower your carbon footprint” from “#Facts Only: A Guide to Good Social Media Habits” feature by Morgan Lawrence, December #149
“If he builds a wall…” photo from the anti-Trump Protest by David Joshua Jennings, December #149


“As always…” quote from “Stay Alive With These Drug Use Overdose & Harm Reduction Resources For 2017” by A.C. Abbott, January #150
“Fascism is not to be debated” photo by David Joshua Jennings; and “We need risk-takers…” quote from “Get Behind The Mask: Why We Must Support the #J20NOLA Arrestees” by Jules Bentley, February #151
Photo by Avery Leigh White for “The Gospel According to Jimmy Horn of King James & The Special Men” Q&A by Holly Hobbs, February #151
Frog illustration by Luke Howard for the feature “Cold Blooded: Louisiana Land vs. The Bayou Bridge Pipeline” by Chris Staudinger, March #152
Alfred Banks photo by Elliot Blunck for “Alfred Banks: Brother’s Keeper” Q&A by Christy Lorio, April #153
“Estoy…” quote from La Raza Olvidada column (“Nuestro Vuelo Es Nocturno/Our Flight Is Nocturnal”) by Gabby Garcia-Steib, April #153
“My life as a sex worker…” quote from Light Work column “Worm Night, Hair Dry (Part One)” by Lyn Archer, April #153
April #153 cover by Ben Claassen III
“Hotel owners…” quote from the feature “Monopolized: The Tourist Economy, Taxes, and a Tale of Two Cities” by Holly Devon, crawfish illustration by Ben Claassen III, April #153
Cover illustration of Luke Allen by Adem Vant Hull, for “From Steinbeck to Sweet Vermouth: Luke Spurr Allen” Q&A by Holly Hobbs, May #154
13th anniversary cover illustration by Jordan Barlow, June #155
“Subpoena” illustration by Max Ward for the feature “Orleans Parish and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad DA: On the Ruthless Tactics of Leon Cannizzaro” by Andru Okun, June #155
Van photo from the feature “Trash Cans In Peril: A Casual Burn Tour Diary” by Monet Maloof, June #155
Photo of Hurray for the Riff Raff at the Civic Theatre by Adrienne Battistella, June #155
“Here Lies Donovan Wolfington 2011 – 2017” Q&A by William Archambeault, photo by Emily Quirk, July #156
“The Sound Guy…” quote from “Dead and Gone: A Weekend With Ekumen” tour diary by Ian Willson, July #156
“Freak” word bubble from Monsterhead comic, art by Will Frank and words by Jane Lennon, August #157
Chloe Fox (dog) photo by Adrienne Battistella for the October #159 editor’s intro by Dan Fox
Masked child photo from Teatro Sin Fronteras (Taco Truck Theater) at The Art Garage by Jared Landry, October #159
“I voted” illustration by Max Ward from “New Orleans Harm Reduction Network Presents: No-nonsense Voter Education Guide For New Orleans Elections October 14, 2017”, October #159
NOCAZ cover illustration by Kate LaCour, for the feature “Reading the Fine Print with NOCAZ” compiled by Holly Devon, Dan Fox, and Andru Okun, November #160


“I stammered…” quote from “Writing for Two: 47 Hours of Labor Special ‘Addition'” by Erin Hall, baby photo by Adrienne Battistella, January #162
“It genuinely feels…” quote from “Live in Tokyo: The Dillinger Escape Plan Screams Goodbye” by William Archambeault , January #162
Benny Divine cover illustration detail by Happy Burbeck for “Benny Divine: A Machine Supreme” Q&A by Dan Fox, February #163
“Drug users…” quote from “Long Road Ahead: A Response to the Mayor’s Plan to Address the Opioid Epidemic in New Orleans” by Ryan Duggal, skull illustration by Luke Howard, February #163
“We’ll need writers…” quote from “A Friendship with Darkness: Ursula K. Le Guin, 1929 – 2018” by Margaret Killjoy, illustration by Katie O’Connor, February #163
Vegetable illustration by Melissa Guion from “Dirt Nerd: Monomaniacal Polyculture” by Ian Willson, April #165
“As a girl…” photo from “March for Our Lives, Saturday March 24” by Jaclyn Carr, April #165
The Residents first Louisiana Show in the Music Box Village, photo by Brandt Vicknair, May #166
Photo of Special Interest from “Cruising the Cult Section with Special Interest” Q&A by Beau Patrick Coulon, May #166
Paper doll & accessory illustrations by Happy Burbeck from “Heels on the Ground: Four Generations of Sex Work Organizing and Activism” by Steven Melendez, May #166
Pamela Des Barres illustration by Eden Chubb from “A Little Pocket of Madness: Dishing Dirt with Groupie Icon Pamela Des Barres” Q&A by Erin Hall, June #167
“Let the people know…” quote from “Revolution in Print: Marking the History of Louisiana’s First Black-Owned Newspapers” by Jules Bentley, July #168
“The people who were here…” quote and zine cover from the feature “Reviving Indigenous Histories with Bulbancha Is Still a Place” by Jules Bentley, September #170
Cover photo design of Thou by Kevin Barrios with photos by Teddie Taylor, September #170
Woman holding magazine illustration detail from the November #172 cover by Happy Burbeck
“I never even looked at myself…” quote from “Down the Block and Around the World with
Shamarr Allen” Q&A by William Archambeault, photo by Adrienne Battistella, November #172
“The more prevalent is your garden…” quote from Dirt Nerd column by Ian Willson, cabbage illustration by Melissa Guion, December #173



“You don’t sneak a picture…” from “Labor & Love: an interview with Keith Calhoun and Chandra McCormick” Q&A by Andru Okun, photo by Adrienne Battistella, January #174
How to Be in a Shitty Band” illustration by L. Steve Williams, feature by Dan Fox, January #174
“If I asked the question…” from “From Lawyer to Laureate: the Many Lives of Maurice Carlos Ruffin” Q&A by Andru Okun, illustration by Erin K. Wilson, February #175
AF THE NAYSAYER cover photo by Mike Hartnett for “The Extra Lives of AF THE NAYSAYER” Q&A by Raphael Helfand, March #176
“Literally fighting for my life here” from “Dispatches From The War On Choice: Fighting for Reproductive Justice in Louisiana” by Holly Devon, illustration by Happy Burbeck, March #176
Puppet photo and “This is my little orphanage…” quote from “All Hands On Deck: The Mudlark Fights to Keep its Corner” Q&A by Dan Fox, April #177
“It’s important not to take yourself too seriously…” quote and Otoboke Beaver photo from “South by Sleep Less: a Journey Through SXSW” by William Archambeault, April #177
Illustrations from The Tricking Hour (Saint Agatha) by Happy Burbeck, May #178
“Lined with petrochemical refineries…” quote from the feature “Sacred Ground: Unearthing Buried History at the Bonnet Carré Spillway” by Robin McDowell, map of Bonnet Carré Spillway, with small “Vicinity Map” courtesy of The Historic New Orleans Collection, 1974.25.18, May #178
Mia X photo and “This is our culture…” quote from “Platinum Records & Butter Beans: Mia X Serves it All” Q&A by James Cullen, June #179
“New Orleans’ Italian and Irish communities…” quote from the feature “Blanc Like Me: Cajuns vs. Whiteness” by Jules Bentley, illustration by Josh Jack, July #180
“A lot of times…” quote from “Bill Heintz: DIY & Die” Q&A by William Archambeault, July #180 cover by Donovan Fannon
September #182 composition notebook cover by Beck Levy
Haunting the Airwaves with Morgus the Magnificent” Q&A by Bill Heintz, photo courtesy of Lewis D’Aubin, October #183
“It is a small and sour irony” quote from the feature “Built to Kill: The Hard Rock Collapse is Simply Business as Usual for Louisiana” by Jules Bentley, photo by Dan Fox, November #184
Blind Texas Marlin photo from the December #185 cover by Adrienne Battistella for the feature “Ceci N’est Pas une Interview avec Blind Texas Marlin” Q&A by Dan Fox


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