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Dose Of The Coast

Dose Of The Coast

Danny Garrett April 5, 2018 Comments Off on Dose Of The Coast

By Danny Garrett Hearing the news of a life-altering diagnosis is a challenging event. The largely unexpected news initiates a sharp and sudden fear of the unknown, along with the question, “How will I

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Fishing Guides: What They Do On Their Off Days?

Fishing Guides: What They Do On Their Off Days?

Kerri Cooke March 16, 2018 Comments Off on Fishing Guides: What They Do On Their Off Days?

Local Fishing Guides Discuss Angling As A Profession And Pleasure By Kerri Cooke As I write this story, I am surrounded by pictures and memorabilia depicting various aspects of the Sportsman’s Paradise. There are

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The First Mound Builders

The First Mound Builders

Dr. Terry L. Jones March 15, 2018 Comments Off on The First Mound Builders

By Dr. Terry L. Jones In 2014, Louisiana received some long overdue recognition when the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) recognized the Poverty Point State Historic Site near Epps as a

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Hello, Newbery Medal

Hello, Newbery Medal

Justin Morris March 15, 2018 Comments Off on Hello, Newbery Medal

Erin Entrada Kelly Wins The Newbery Medal By Justin Morris   I share a birthday with some pretty cool people — the great Freddie Mercury, Werner Herzog, Jesse James, King Louis XIV and even a

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Lunar Eclipse

Lunar Eclipse

Justin Morris March 1, 2018 Comments Off on Lunar Eclipse

Dave Evans On The End Of Luna Live & The Expansion Of Luna Bar and Grill Story By Justin Morris Photos of Dave Evans by Chris Brennan I met Dave Evans sometime in late 2004 or

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Ice Station Crawfish

Ice Station Crawfish

Brad Goins March 1, 2018 Comments Off on Ice Station Crawfish

Wild Weather Has Put A Hurt On Crawfish Farmers And Lovers Along The Gulf Coast By Brad Goins The crawfish season in Southwest Louisiana is generally thought to run from mid-January through early July.

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Lost Bayou Ramblers

Lost Bayou Ramblers

Justin Morris March 1, 2018 Comments Off on Lost Bayou Ramblers

 A Visit With Louis Michot Of The Grammy-Winning Louisiana Band By Justin Morris I’m fairly certain that if you could travel back in Cajun music history and show Iry LeJeune and Amédé Ardoin a

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La Pho Bar & Grill

La Pho Bar & Grill

Danny Garrett March 1, 2018 Comments Off on La Pho Bar & Grill

Vietnamese Comfort Food By Danny Garrett Comfort food is difficult to come by when eating out. In Louisiana, as in many other locales, the culinary classification is most associated with home-cooked meals made and

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Ronnie McZeal, 2017 Charles Vicknair Assistant Coach Of The Year Winner

Ronnie McZeal, 2017 Charles Vicknair Assistant Coach Of The Year Winner

admin February 19, 2018 Comments Off on Ronnie McZeal, 2017 Charles Vicknair Assistant Coach Of The Year Winner

Sponsored By Lagniappe Magazine The Jennings Bulldogs weren’t exactly the talk of the SWLA high school football scene at the beginning of the 2017 season. That changed as the season went on and the

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Pastels & Coffee

Pastels & Coffee

Brad Goins February 15, 2018 Comments Off on Pastels & Coffee

Local Artist Earnest Courville Has A Unique Approach To Color By Brad Goins When local resident Earnest Courville’s beloved wife was dying of cancer 12 years ago, he spent his long hours in the

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