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Courtesy of Karen L. Cox.

Another look inside Goat Castle finds justice for its victims more

History

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Lucie Monk Carter

Anne Rice’s former doll collection needs a new home more

People & Places

Mary Ann Sternberg returns with more explorations along River Road more

Outdoor Adventures

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Susan Hymel

Louisiana, home of some highly original sins more

35th Anniversary

In photos and anecdotes, an unbelievable place comes to your coffee table more

Literature

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Matthew Noel

In a Houma bookstore, two million titles and over twenty years of success more

People & Places

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Courtesy Adelle Gautier

An actress, storyteller, and educator, Gautier regales and delights with her animated renditions of African, Caribbean and African-American lore more

Supper Club

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Lucie Monk Carter

Donney Rose has never hesitated to use his voice more

People & Places

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Paul Kieu

Searching for truths in French Louisiana with the "C'est Vrai" columnist more

People & Places

Author and journalist Walter Isaacson will teach at Tulane University more

Literature

Louisiana State University Press has released "Lee’s Tigers Revisited: The Louisiana Infantry in the Army of Northern Virginia," a greatly expanded edition of 1987's "Lee’s Tigers," the first book (and doctoral dissertation) of Dr. Terry L. Jones more

Literature

Nine pounds of meticulously researched material surprises and challenges stereotypes more

Literature

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Loyola University New Orleans Photographer Kyle Encar

With foresight and empathy, Tony Kushner writes on tensions in his Lake Charles childhood more

Visual & Performing Arts

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Mike Stanton

Micro-memoirs by Mississippi Poet Laureate Beth Ann Fennelly more

Literature

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Lucie Monk Carter

Conducted between 2013 and 2017, the Baton Rouge Folklife Survey revealed what Maida Owens knew in her heart: rather than lacking an identity, Baton Rouge is a "cultural microcosm" of Louisiana. more

People & Places

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jessica wilson

The fourteenth annual Louisiana Book Festival has everything a book lover (or festival lover) could want: writing workshops, author talks and panels, book signings, books for sale, and—of course—live music and food. more

Literature

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Stan Carpenter

In “All Y’all,” Southerners shape their personal narratives more

Visual & Performing Arts

New poems from Dr. Jack Bedell more

Literature

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Cover art by Ellen Ogden

The literary journal redefines the Southern belle by way of poetry, prose, and visual art more

Literature