There’s an old story which tries to establish a reconnection of sorts with the magic and love of Christmas. According to the story, Christmas has been commercialized and it takes the care and dedication of one old man to try […]
If you have not been to LARC’s Acadian Village, an open air museum in Lafayette, this is definitely the time of year to plan a trip. It is a visit to the early 1800’s that offers a glimpse into how the […]
Sometimes, literal inspiration is the best kind.
In 1947, the TaWaSi civic club was formed in Thibodaux, Louisiana. The name meant, simply, ‘to help,’ and in the 1970s, Martha Sowell Utley figured out […]
St. Tammany Parish is a beautiful, extraordinary and diverse part of Louisiana. The parish has 1,124 square miles that encompasses bayous, creeks, rivers, lakes, hills, forests and a true-to-home gumbo of people. In fact, it’s such a mixture that almost […]
In celebration of this new ‘Golden Age’ of the New Orleans artistic community, the Jung has released a beautiful commemorative drink in tribute to the times. The delectable concoction represents much of what the Golden Age was all about – […]