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May-June 2015

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In This Issue

Dining Along the Ouachita River

The River Grille in Monroe

Around Louisiana

Events and Highlights

Face of McDonald's

Faces of Louisiana - Baton Rouge

Face of Fertility

Faces of Louisiana - Baton Rouge

Sights & Sites

Exploring Civil War history will bring you to forts, exhibits and landmarks all over Louisiana.

Face of Real Estate and Residential Development

Faces of Louisiana - Baton Rouge

The Bear is Back

what to know about our official state mammal

Jobs on the Rise

Developments around the state

Face of Photography

Faces of Louisiana - Baton Rouge

Louisiana’s Clear Spirits

Face of The Gaming Industry

Faces of Louisiana - Baton Rouge

Face of Hospitality

Faces of Louisiana - Baton Rouge

18 Remarkable Restaurants Worth The Trip

Louisiana Life Travel

Cody Carroll’s New Roads

From The Editor

Summer Safety

Protecting the skin and preventing accidents

Simple Pleasures

4 adjustable recipes for warmer months

Town Cousin, Country Cousin

Regional differences and similarities

Louisiana’s Historic Music Halls

4 legendary places

Cross Creek Pictures

Successful financial backers hail from Houma.

Winfield Welch

The Best Manager in the now-defunct Negro Leagues hailed from Napoleonville

A Classic in Crowley

A look at Homer Ed and Carolyn Barousse's historic gem

"Art and Shadows" on the Bayou Teche

Lynda Frese’s haunting photo collages of the Shadows-on-the-Teche Plantation in New Iberia call to mind William Faulkner’s memorable line in his 1950 book, Requiem for a Nun – “The past is never dead. It’s not even past.”

Face of The Automobile Industry

Faces of Louisiana - Baton Rouge

Faces of Louisiana

2015 Baton Rouge Edition

Robert Larson

TJ Ribs, Baton Rouge