Thanks to Adria Locke Langley’s decision to let Verity Martin tell the story of her charismatic husband’s political career, A Lion Is in the Streets… 226 more words
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There’s nothing quite like a really good ice cream parlor. I grew up with a Graeter’s near my house, and that was a place we could gather after a movie or a study night (mostly study nights, in my high school days), or pick up some scoops during a slow week when I could sneak off-campus. 194 more words
Nothing like a little bit of boiled seafood to start your Sunday.
I don’t know my way around the boiled seafood places in New Orleans yet, and there’s a whole encyclopedia of restaurants I’ve yet to try. 154 more words
Donna Douglas: born Doris Smith, 26 September 1932, Pride Louisiana; died: 1 January 2015, Zachary, Louisiana. Pregnant and married at age 17, she moved into television after winning Miss New Orleans 1957, staying in Hollywood until 1979, after 9 years and 250 episodes as Elly May Clampett on The Beverly Hillbillies (1962)
Pitch Perfect 3?
Pitch Perfect 1 and 2 were shot in Baton Rouge and parts of New Orleans. (I was privileged to be in the first movie as the… 108 more words
Featured Author: Nathan Pettigrew
Story: Dog Killer
State of Horror: Louisiana Volume II
Nathan Pettigrew was born and raised near New Orleans, and lives in the Tampa Bay area with his wife and two rabbits. 1,345 more words