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The Bayou Brief Launches. This Is Our Mission: Un De Nous Autres

Reposted from The Bayou Brief.

I am thrilled to introduce the debut edition of The Bayou Brief.

Four months ago, I announced my intention of launching a one-of-a-kind publication: a 501(c)(4) non-profit, progressively-minded, online-only, and free source for news and commentary about the people and the politics of Louisiana. 1,427 more words


Louisiana Sunshine

Heaps of flowers flow out of the top of the boot for just a few weeks in June every year. Driving up Louisiana Highway 3049 under the bright summer sun you will see the tall stalks and stately blooms along the road. 224 more words

Louisiana Visit and Creole Crawfish Dip

I just got back from a week long visit to my home state of Louisiana to hang out and visit with family. I took my first road trip with my older brother last week. 800 more words

Slow Cooker

June is National Pollinator Month!

I recently became a volunteer at the Black Bayou Lake National Wildlife Refugee, located in Monroe, LA.  The Refugee dedicates certain areas to growing native plants and wildflowers.  578 more words


Texas to Louisiana to Mississippi to Tennesee (feat. Abby!)


I’ve skipped a couple weeks to last week – Abby has arrived and we’re in Texas. She flew into San Antonio (so did I- I flew with Southwest and there was a cracking crew they were a laugh and I actually enjoyed (!) a flight). 3,388 more words

(Video) Louisiana Fisherman Has The Best Reaction To Tropical Storm Cindy

This guy is a hero among men. He clearly has spent a lot of time in Louisiana and as he will tell you, all over the world. 65 more words