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On the Run

“Goddamn you, Oscar,” the thin Cajun swore, throwing the yellow legal pad into a suitcase along with a bunch of quickly chosen clothes, a stack of money, and a box of shells for the Mossberg. 2,289 more words


Scottish rainbow flags during Commonwealth Games

This video from the USA says about itself:

Lawmaker Proposes LGBT Rainbow Flag Ban in Louisiana

19 July 2013

Andy Naquin, a Republican City-Parish Councilman in Lafayette, Louisiana has proposed a bill that would ban the LGBT rainbow flag.

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Human Rights

Afton Villa Gardens

After our stay at the Cottage Plantation, we left after breakfast to wander Afton Villa Gardens and ruins.

The plantation burned in a lightning-induced fire in the 1960s, and a garden was built into the ruined estate and surrounding grounds.  265 more words


Code 2 at Lake FUBAR

11:20 a.m. Update from the Office of Conservation

Sinkhole Activity Code 2 – indicating work is not allowed on sinkhole and within containment berms. Seismic monitoring indicates increase in levels of subsurface activity near sinkhole/Oxy 3.” 34 more words


NOLA Green Roots (New Orleans, LA)

We arrived in New Orleans on Friday evening. A perfect start to the weekend, we took a few days to experience the vivacious culture of the city before diving into some urban garden projects. 1,254 more words


Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries News

New state hunting and fishing law goes into effect on August 1, 2014.

New residents in Louisiana will qualify for purchasing resident recreational hunting and fishing licenses after six months in state once Act 429 becomes effective on Aug. 238 more words


Southern Louisiana is adventure for food and nature lovers  

In case you missed it, there was a great article about exploring Louisiana culture and cuisine by Alex Palmer in the New York Daily News… 1,557 more words

Food News