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October 2015

Beneath a live oak, the latest in Southern dining more

Foodways

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Photos by Maura McEvoy, courtesy of Andrews McMeel Publishing.

A chat with Chef John Besh about home-cooked New Orleans more

Foodways

"Louisiana Two-Step" 30” x 30”, oil on panel by David Horton more

Visual & Performing Arts

Two friends come late to a big life change more

History

The modern approach to selling fine jewelry more

People & Places

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Photo by Frank McMains

Mosquito-borne diseases once killed thousands of Louisianans each year more

Knowing Nature

In Honey Island Swamp, two sportsmen made a controversial discovery more

Knowing Nature

Escape rooms’ riddles are more than a match for many players more

People & Places

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Photo by Lucius Fontenot

Land is growing, not disappearing, at the base of this old canal more

Knowing Nature

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Photo by Cheryl Gerber

The New Movement improv group taps New Orleans’ funny bone more

Visual & Performing Arts

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Photo by Lucius Fontenot

A “Chopped” champion helms Grand Coteau’s newest restaurant more

Foodways

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Photo by Lucie Monk

A tailgating treat sourced from Calandro's more

Foodways

A review of E.P. O'Donnell's "The Great Big Doorstep" more

Literature

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Photos by Lucie Monk

Two bicycling enthusiasts hope to see more join their ranks more

People & Places

Home of the longest light rail system in the U.S. more

Getaways

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Photo by Paul Christiansen

A cultural lesson on the coast more

Relics Photo Project

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Photo by Charlie Champagne

Hilltop's volunteers keep Emory Smith’s native plant nursery alive more

Gardening

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John Hartgerink

Birds of a feather may flock together, but they don’t always look the same more

Knowing Nature

Required listening for a Louisiana resident: the music of Acadiana more

Visual & Performing Arts