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Kristy Christiansen

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Kristy Christiansen has worked for more than 10 years as a freelance journalist and public relations specialist in New Orleans and Washington, DC. Along with her husband and two children, she spends her weekends exploring Louisiana. You can read about their travels at gettinglostinlouisiana.blogspot.com. Kristy's writing can also be found in Country Roads Magazine, www.louisianatravel.com, Louisiana Conservationist, the Louisiana and New Orleans Official Tour Guides and her fictional novel based in New Orleans, The Bend in the Bayou.

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Paul Christiansen

The Poor Clare nuns’ handmade gifts put Santa’s elves to shame more

Visual & Performing Arts

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Photo by Paul Christiansen

Hike It Baby helps families find their way into the outdoors more

Getaways

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From September's death to December's bloom more

House & Home

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Photo by Paul Christiansen

An urban flower farm more

House & Home

The contemporary art frenzy reaches the hinterlands more

Visual & Performing Arts

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Cathy Smart

Four suggestions for brightening the holiday season more

Outdoor Adventures

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Tab Benoit and his band of Allstar activists are creating a voice for Louisiana's threatened wetlands more

Visual & Performing Arts

An icon of Southern comfort and quintessential Southern style. more

Getaways

Saving Louisiana's wetlands one paddle trip at a time. There was a slight coolness in the air as we watched our guide, Lindsay Pick, methodically untie the knots securing our kayaks to the trailer. There were four of us in her hands today, ... more

Outdoor Adventures

Sleeping under the stars and other grand adventures on a barrier island beach. The wind was roaring through our open windows as we passed the guard’s gate at Grand Isle State Park and slowly made our way back to the sparsely populated campg... more

Outdoor Adventures

On the Hunt for Louisiana’s Ghosts: Brent Soileau and his team believe there are plenty to be found. more

People & Places