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Maplewood Discount & Deli

Maplewood Discount & Deli

Mario Pacetti September 20, 2017 Comments Off on Maplewood Discount & Deli

By Mario Pacetti 4124 Maplewood Dr. • Sulphur • 337-625-5586 If I’ve learned anything over the few years since I started writing this column, it is that you can’t look at the outside of

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Have You Come Into A Windfall

Have You Come Into A Windfall

Brad Goins September 20, 2017 Comments Off on Have You Come Into A Windfall

Local Experts Say There Are Some Things You Want To Do And Some Things You Don’t By Brad Goins You’ve just gotten a windfall. Out of the blue, a sizable sum of money has

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Merci et Au Revoir

Merci et Au Revoir

Justin Morris September 20, 2017 Comments Off on Merci et Au Revoir

Louisiana’s Legends Say Goodbye to D.L. Menard Story by Justin Morris Photo By David Simpson If you were to combine the wit, charm and personality of Justin Wilson and the Louisiana musical legacy of

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Cooking For A Good Cause

Cooking For A Good Cause

Mario Pacetti August 17, 2017 Comments Off on Cooking For A Good Cause

By Mario Pacetti I recently had the opportunity to judge a jambalaya cook-off at the Burton Coliseum for the B.A.A.K. Poker Run. I solicited the help of my good friend Garret Broussard. The event,

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Fall Festival Guide: Headliners

Fall Festival Guide: Headliners

Justin Morris August 17, 2017 Comments Off on Fall Festival Guide: Headliners

By Justin Morris Our beloved Bayou State has some pretty bountiful resources, and if you want to look at the things that Louisiana has a lot of — and you’re not talking about mosquitoes

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Tab Benoit: Voice Of The Wetlands Festival

Tab Benoit: Voice Of The Wetlands Festival

Brett Milano August 17, 2017 Comments Off on Tab Benoit: Voice Of The Wetlands Festival

Where Guitar Firepower Meets Wetlands Activism Story By Brett Milano Photo By Jerry Moran How did one of Louisiana’s meanest guitar-slingers become a tireless wetlands activist? For Tab Benoit, it was simply a matter of

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The Louisiana Opal

The Louisiana Opal

Brad Goins August 17, 2017 Comments Off on The Louisiana Opal

Leesville Is The Home Of The State’s Rarest Gem By Brad Goins The Louisiana Opal, also known as the Louisiana Sand Opal, was briefly mined in the Catahoula Formation, which is located near Leesville.

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Creole Proud

Creole Proud

Brad Goins August 3, 2017 Comments Off on Creole Proud

A Rough Guide To Distinguishing Between Louisiana’s Cajuns And Creoles By Brad Goins One way to distinguish between Cajuns and Creoles is to look at where they came from. Cajuns came from the Acadians, who

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Kayaking In SWLA

Kayaking In SWLA

Danny Garrett August 3, 2017 Comments Off on Kayaking In SWLA

By Danny Garrett It’s July, and we’re deep in summer in Southwest Louisiana. The weather’s warm, and everyone’s outdoors making a time of it. In town, many of us have different interests when it

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Downtown Update

Downtown Update

Brad Goins August 3, 2017 Comments Off on Downtown Update

PEPPER POPSICLES, OSTRICH FEATHERS AND GOAT’S MILK SOAP Diversity Is The Big Thing In This Year’s Downtown Development By Brad Goins It’s time for Lagniappe’s annual update on new businesses and business developments in downtown Lake

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