Author: George Gurtner
Pooches march with a cause
Sister Donna’s Sweetheart statue
Upon further review – how the battle was won
Robert Dauzat and Wanda Lantz’s Adventures
Dr. Brandy Duhon performs life-saving surgeries on animals in Ascension Parish – despite having amputated hands and forearms.
Sports, the daily beat
Rene Brunet: A man and his movies
Making the move
The Flavor Man
Hard knock memories
Making miracles at St. Alphonsus
Giving voice to his music
Animal magnetism in broussard
Courting Gone Wild
Meet guitar maker Vincent Guidroz.
“Trouble is only opportunity in work clothes.” – Henry Kaiser hree things you can assume with certainty about Eric Orgeron as he sits in his office in the tiny blond-red brick building on Airline Drive that used to be headquarters…
Vehicle avoids dead end
BAY ST. LOUIS, Miss.: Two pre-teen kids who, except for their mega-bucks Nikes, look like they’ve just stepped out of a Norman Rockwell painting, are eyeballing the holy grail itself: The Heisman Trophy. College football’s highest award was donated to…
50 years ago they battled for a state title
David Thibodeaux's drive-in theater gives New Orleanians a taste of yesteryear.
The late New Orleans photographer John Kuhlman captured musical giants with his camera.
Way back when, during the late 1950s and early ’60s, there were those all too infrequent nighttime forays through the French Quarter when you were curled up in the back seat of the family car, heading for chocolate milk and…
When it comes to growing the best, the verdict is in for this Bogalusa lawyer.
The faded red gasoline pump stuck in some Pleistocene age at “34 cents a gallon” should be the first tipoff that things may be somewhat amiss inside this building a stone’s throw from the circle at Abita Springs. There is…
The stories and history behind her reality show
Lessons from a Belgian monk
The cause continues.
Greg Raymond and Patrick Leblanc are thankful
Don Weil is at ease paying attention to his armies