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Lucie Monk Carter

Celebrated chefs, Mississippi meandering, tea in the South, puppies, conspiracy theories, and an ethical taxidermist Read more

Art & Culture

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Library of Congress

The remarkable story of one of America's most stunning victories Read more

History

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Lucie Monk Carter

For centuries, this small River Road enclave has served as home to wave after wave of displaced communities Read more

People & Places

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Illustration by Kourtney Zimmerman

For a time, four generations of Shreveport women lived under one roof Read more

People & Places

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Courtesy of St. Landry Tourism

In St. Landry Parish, language lives on as a witness to the region's long and layered history Read more

People & Places

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Brian Pavlich

Newly restored and reimagined, our December Supper Club location at Como Plantation will soon become a spiritual sanctuary Read more

Supper Club

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Billy Hathorn

The French Canadian explorer established Louisiana's oldest permanent settlement in Natchitoches, and made friends with the Caddo Indians and the Spanish settlers alike. Read more

History

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Candice Head

Using natural and nurtured beauty to revitalize a tiny Tensas Parish town Read more

People & Places

Alexandra Kennon explores venerable NOLA kitchens Read more

Restaurants

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Matthew Dominique

Paul Fitch takes pride in his portraits, antiques, and meticulously restored home Read more

House & Home

A Louisiana native takes us north to Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art Read more

Getaways

With ample evidence, Ernie Gremillion hopes to clear the name of Huey Long's alleged killer Read more

History

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Courtesy of the Museum of the New Llano Colony.

In West-Central Louisiana, New Llano outlived other utopian socialist communities Read more

History

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Jennifer Trotter

Louisiana's Stonehenge is a compelling place to stay, too Read more

Getaways

A new evening experience at Laura Plantation reveals the darker shades of the property's contemporary history Read more

House & Home

240 years ago this month, Louisianans became America’s allies and attacked the British at Baton Rouge Read more

History

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H. S. Williams

The Louisiana State Museum's Cabildo hosts the exhibit, "The Baroness de Pontalba and the Rise of Jackson Square" coming full circle as a host of New Orleans history. Read more

Supper Club

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Joseph Brooke

From utopian beginnings, Fairhope retains its allure Read more

Getaways

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Courtesy of the Holden Family

In Pointe Coupee Parish, Pat and Jack Holden’s lovingly created tribute to life in colonial Louisiana is up for sale Read more

House & Home