September-October 2009

In This Issue

Louisiana at large

ALBANY – Old World heritage takes center stage next month when descendants of Hungarian immigrants host their annual harvest dance celebration in Louisiana’s Hungarian Settlement, just south of Interstate 12 in Livingston Parish.

Life lines

Our readers write

What Ails Louisiana

The state's 10 health problems

Louisiana's Top Doctors: the latest results

Looking for the best in 68 specialty areas

Around Louisiana: Cajun Country

12 Teams 12 Histories

The best of Louisiana’s college football

Around Louisiana: Greater New Orleans

Carpenter’s Delight

Stacy Lynn Shearman’s Lake Charles home reflects the creativity of the Charpentier Historic District.

Around Louisiana: Northern Louisiana

Regional Reports From Across the State

Claws & effect

How to make crab cakes

Around Louisiana: Baton Rouge/Plantation Country

From the Editor

Nick Saban and me

Barometer

A compendium of what’s hot & what’s not in Louisiana

Around Louisiana: Central Louisiana

Life Times

a guide to festivities around the state

The great louisiana quiz

College football edition

A Louisiana Life: Doug Thornton

Former McNeese QB, via Shreveport, now calls signals for the Superdome

Casting from a Bateau

Fly fishing in Louisiana

Golfing in Paradise

Louisiana’s Top Courses

Having a Vine Time in Lake Charles

Confused about wine? Think all wine-lovers are snobby? Want to learn which wine pairs best with gumbo? Rouge et Blanc is here to help.

Jenny Ellerbe: Images from the delta parishes

Louisiana’s Aviation History

The rural life

Playing Fair