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THE PURSUIT TO ANSWER ETERNAL QUESTIONS
Dear Julia, When I was a young child, the Louisiana Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was located near where Xavier University is today and part of it was dedicated to a lady whose name was on the…
The house where Burroughs lived.
Performance in Language
50 years ago they battled for a state title
Whether it was a lone gunman or a conspiracy, New Orleans had footprints.
The Writings and Rhythms of Southern Life
The late New Orleans photographer John Kuhlman captured musical giants with his camera.
Suzanne Thomas, Executive Vice President and Chief Credit Officer of Whitney Bank and a New Orleans Museum of Art Trustee, is pictured to celebrate Whitney Bank’s sponsoring “Art in Bloom” for another year! Other events coming to NOMA include: “Friday Nights at NOMA,” which feature…
New Orleanians reminisce about the school uniforms of yesteryear.
Doctor’s Destiny - Dr. Alton Ochsner and New Orleans
Gatherings, carnivals and activities around Acadiana.
May 4, 1952 Ann Hall met Howard Barnett on a blind date. She had just graduated from Stephens College and he was operating a successful sewing machine business in Meridian, Miss. Ann was hesitant to go out with Howard again,…
If the local World Trade Center had as many tenants as there have been failed plans to redevelop it, there would be no current controversy about what to do with the building. Its capacity would be full. Unfortunately, the building, which is located at what is often referred to as…
Jason Berry shares his thoughts from the musician's latest album, "My Gift To You."
Ferriday’s Delta Music Museum
From slow strolls to exciting auctions, find a way to enjoy the visual arts this summer.
This Ferriday artist draws cartoons with pots and pans.
By John R. Kemp
Port Hudson among most important Civil War Sites
Learning from “Mr. Go”
Gliding through traffic my car radio yielded the soft, mellifluous cadences of Allen Toussaint discussing Bright Mississippi – an album high in the New Orleans canon. The light was red at Carrollton and Washington avenues when Toussaint gave credit to…
The grand hostelry of the Garden District still calls up happy recollections.
New Orleans kids kept cool and occupied during the 1930s.
NORTH LOUISIANA • July 13-21. Ruston Community Theatre “The King & I.” 212 N. Vienna, Ruston. (318) 255-1450. • July 13-14. Shop Til You Drop Arts, Craft & Gift Show. Bossier Civic Center, Bossier City. (318) 470-6714. •…
It was light – and the possibilities of manipulating it – that first led Carlos Zervigon to glass art, though by early 2005 his work had acquired a dark edge. Moved by the plight of the deteriorating Louisiana coast, the…
The International Trade Mart
Moving back to Lafayette after finishing college was the last thing on my mind. In 1969, the same year the first edition of Acadiana Profile rolled off the press, I was living in Baton Rouge and attending LSU.…
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