Louisiana Made

Second Act

Shreveport’s Tootie Morrison reinvents herself as culinary rock star, sans tattoos

Louisianians of the Year

Meet eight people who are changing lives, making a difference in their profession, contributing to the state culture in big ways and making Louisiana proud

In Stitches

New Orleans designer Sigourney Morrison has her colorful brand of cool all sewn up

In The Bag

Ruston designer creates stylish camera, baby and travel bags

Sound Design

Violin maker Anya Burgess connects classical and Cajun in her Arnaudville workshop

Proof of Passion

Trey Litel of Bayou Rum makes a strong spirit and a stronger business.

Louisianians of the Year

Every year we come up with a list of Louisianians of the Year, and every year it's difficult. There are so many worthy candidates. Our state is full of people who serve the greater good whether it's through art, philanthrophy,…

Jay Ducote

A Baton Rouge native’s love of food and cooking has landed him a popular blog, radio show and stints on the Food Network channel.

Docville Farm

A charming space in Violet serves as a multi-purpose event space and learning center.

"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.”

Louisiana’s Clear Spirits

The craft distilling business is booming nationally, with over 500 distilleries across the country. Louisiana is following the trend with distilleries opening throughout the state, making a variety of spirits. Here, four companies share their toast-worthy success stories.    …