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The Benefits Of Competition

The Benefits Of Competition

Rocke Fournet August 15, 2013 0

A change is going to come. It’s a great time of year to be living large in Louisiana for a number of good reasons. Though it’s not over, the relentless heat we’ve been baked

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Dem Danger: Lack Of Candidates

Dem Danger: Lack Of Candidates

John Maginnis August 15, 2013 0

Low-key and soft-spoken U.S. Rep. Rodney Alexander, R-Quitman, who just announced he will not seek re-election, never stuck out in many ways, which contributed to his success in politics. Yet he gained a curious

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On Haters And Hipsters

On Haters And Hipsters

Brad Goins August 15, 2013 0

I actually don’t read anything, because I feel like the haters really like to hate out loud and that people who love sometimes love quietly. So I don’t really listen or look at anything.

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That Time When We Walked Into The Wrong Church

That Time When We Walked Into The Wrong Church

Pierre Fontenot August 15, 2013 0

This is how the memory goes … I don’t know where we’re going, or why, but we’ve been going all day, I’m just the little kid in the big back seat, Mom and Dad

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Vision Quest – Local Music Legend Jo-El Sonnier’s Grand Idea To Keep Cajun Music And Culture Alive In SWLA

Vision Quest – Local Music Legend Jo-El Sonnier’s Grand Idea To Keep Cajun Music And Culture Alive In SWLA

Karla Wall August 15, 2013 0

“The trail to today’s Cajun music and culture was blazed a long time ago,” muses Cajun music icon Jo-El Sonnier. And Sonnier’s a big part of that “trail” himself. Often called the “King of

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