They feel a sense of solidarity with their underwater neighbors.
Kat's Kracklins: This stop in Lake Charles serve boudin (of course) but also a traditional plate lunch Monday through Friday
Don't cry for New Orleans. While it was a time to mourn the loss of a great talent, Prince, the New Orleans Jazz Fest was a confirmation and celebration of the reincarnation of the City many had written off as dead a decade earlier.
Even without knowing it was Mardi Gras season, I was excited to rejoin The Happiness Walk in Baton Rouge. We were headed
Shared to Flickr with a Creative Commons License. Although the field trip was best known as the first extensive trip in which
New Orleans reminds us of a slew of things, including boutiques, bars, restaurants, nightclubs, and did we mention bars? There's no question the Big Easy is notorious for Mardi Gras and wild nightlife, but the scenic streets of these districts hold much more culture and history than many visitors realize.
Pastor Jerel Keene of Louisiana Church in Abita Springs, Louisiana needed a permanent church building for his Southern Baptist
Rudderless: A Conversation with William H. Macy, Plus Chats with Louis Michot, Music Maker's Tim Duffy, and a Lenachka Exclusive
William H. Macy: "Yes! Separate from the story we told and how well I might have succeeded or failed it's a life-changer because it's the first time I've directed a feature and at this point in my career it's completely new."
The Plum Magnetic's most recent record, Terra Animata, sounds larger than their four members. Infusing sonic sounds of classical Hindustani with American roots music, their vibe has a calming effect. They have weaved a tapestry together of classical tracks.
One of my favorite dishes is a seafood stuffed Mirliton. If you see this on a menu, you can probably trust the chef.
How is it now possible that she and the young fella with the peach fuzz on his chin managed to engineer a destination wedding in NOLA, ferrying family and friends in from San Francisco, Seattle, Philly, Orlando, and Basalt (the center of the earth) to participate in mature adult activities?
My destination for the day was the east side of the Basin, where I met with one of my heroes, Dean Wilson, the Atchafalaya Basinkeeper.
On "Swamp People" (Thu., 9 p.m. EST on History) Cajun alligator hunters Liz Cavalier and Kristi Broussard came across what