October 2016

A new book from Stanley Nelson on his investigations into Klan-related murders more


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Lucie Monk Carter

Magpie has opened its second location in downtown Baton Rouge, offering coffee, cocktails, and plenty of style. more



Photo by Sean Gasser

In Melville, Louisiana, Sean Gasser spotted a water tower that slid right into his minimalist approach to photography. more

Relics Photo Project

Slidell Railroad Station

Photo courtesy of Bonnie Vanney

The unique charms of the Tammany Trace towns. more


Saltwater Pool

Lucie Monk Carter

Lounge next to a gleaming saltwater pool or make cultural outings along Bayou Teche more


Cheniere Caminada Cemetery

Photo by Christie Matherne Hall

The surprise hurricane that carried away a community. more


In Louisiana, the microorganisms that populate the coast help make it one of the most productive ecosystems on the planet more

Knowing Nature

Janet Ahrens

Photo by Erica Dean Curtis

For Alexandria artist Janet Ahrens, connections with the wider arts community put the message before the medium more

Visual & Performing Arts

Costume Designer Crystal Brown

Photo by Jeffrey Dubinsky

Theatre Baton Rouge costume designer Crystal Brown uses skills that are entirely self taught more

Visual & Performing Arts

Zack McMath of the Acadiana Food Hub

Paul Kieu

Zack McMath has created a hub for Lafayette’s local foods more


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Scotty Chachere

A smoothie that soothes, this drink is fortified by beneficial sauerkraut brine, almond milk, and honey. From Cultured Guru. more


Probiotic Jam

Scotty Chachere

Use sauerkraut brine to add beneficial probiotics to your fruit spread more


Microbial Universe

Lucie Monk Carter

A microbiologist and a photographer find bacteria's beauty more


Interior of Avenue Pub

Brei Olivier

Elite beers and humble trappings on St. Charles Avenue. more


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Jason Cohen

Gravel grinding with unfettered skies and a sometimes bumpy ride. more

Outdoor Adventures

Icon Writing

Andrea Matherne

A sacred art form dating back to the Byzantine era. more

Visual & Performing Arts

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William Guion

Fine art photographer William Guion maps out his favorite oaks. more

Visual & Performing Arts

“Perpetual Motion” from the “Playing with Arsenic” series, 2011—2013, by Jamie Baldridge more

Visual & Performing Arts

An attack of unrestrained nostalgia more

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