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Alliance For Positive Growth

Alliance For Positive Growth

A New Group Is Exploring Positive Approaches To Growth In SWLA By Brad Goins A crowd of more than 200 developers, contractors and community leaders...

[Read More...] Brad Goins March 17, 2017
SWLA Bar Guide

SWLA Bar Guide

121 ARTISAN BISTRO 121 Artisan Bistro has no fewer than six signature drinks: — Satsuma Martini (with Bayou Spiced Rum and Bayou Satsuma Rum,...

[Read More...] Brad Goins March 16, 2017
Edwards Reveals Fundraising Data

Edwards Reveals Fundraising Data

Gov. John Bel Edwards’ re-election campaign has raised $3.6 million since he was elected governor in 2015, according to a new report filed with...

[Read More...] Jeremy Alford March 16, 2017
Raja’s Curry Kitchen and Grill

Raja’s Curry Kitchen and Grill

By Danny Garrett Of the countless food cultures that exist in the world, Indian is arguably the most vegetarian. The ubiquity of vegetables in...

[Read More...] Danny Garrett March 16, 2017
Voices In His Head

Voices In His Head

He moves effortlessly from Donald Trump to Morgan Freeman to John Madden and Charles Barkley. The voices, mannerisms, facial expressions and personality quirks are...

[Read More...] Rick Sarro March 16, 2017
High School Fishing Teams

High School Fishing Teams

The Group Louisiana High School Bass Fishing Offers Students The Opportunity To Share The Love Of Angling By Kerri Cooke Fishing isn’t usually what...

[Read More...] Kerri Cooke March 16, 2017
The Revolt Against Globalization

The Revolt Against Globalization

President Donald Trump has said the central tenant of his movement is to put America first. This is in stark contrast to the globalization...

[Read More...] Michael Kurth March 16, 2017
An Day Tell You Wit A Straight Face

An Day Tell You Wit A Straight Face

Have you ever had an elected official tell you day went to Washington, D.C., for a Mardi Gras celebration? An day smile a big...

[Read More...] Pierre Sez March 16, 2017
Book Works

Book Works

Artist’s books are one of the most seldom seen forms of art. Perhaps they’ve never caught on with the public because — in our...

[Read More...] Brad Goins March 16, 2017
Short Thoughts On “Long”

Short Thoughts On “Long”

Handshakes and hugs should be like smiles and chuckles; anything longer turns a nice thing wronger. Long explanations tend to be short on truth. ...

[Read More...] Pierre Fontenot March 16, 2017
Jennings Mayor, Terry Duhon

Jennings Mayor, Terry Duhon

As A Mayor And Citizen, He’s Made A Lifelong Commitment To His Community By Kerri Cooke Jennings, a small Southwest Louisiana town right off...

[Read More...] Kerri Cooke March 16, 2017
Funeral Procession Pole Dancing

Funeral Procession Pole Dancing

Two years ago, China’s Ministry of Culture cracked down on the centuries-old tradition of festive, over-the-top funeral ceremonies designed to ensure the family that...

[Read More...] Chuck Shepherd March 16, 2017