OfficialLouisianahttp://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/users/officiallouisianaTravelLouisiana, History, Culture, HeritageA Historical Tour of Louisiana
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The Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities is developing an online encyclopedia of Louisiana history and culture. KnowLA will be a comprehensive, dynamic online reference on the peoples, places, cultures, events, and institutions of Louisiana. The site will include entries with images, streaming audio and video files, as well as interactive timelines integrated into the texts. KnowLA will also offer resources and activities for teachers and students. The encyclopedia will be available free to users and will be accessible from any computer.
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Tide of Tears is a sobering expose’ of a culture teetering on the edge of extinction and what the United States stands to lose if nothing is done to save it.
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DUDE !! WTF Are you so obsessed with my friend chris .. i gotta tell him hes got a stalker your just creepy.
Had a song in the 1980s no more one more chance
I’m from Louisiana. His name is Jo-el Sonnier’ “No More One More Time”. Great song, great artist. I love to hear him when he’s speaking Cajun French. It’s an awesome culture. I just love him. 2D
You know about Mardi Gras, the French Quarter and Bourbon Street, but there’s so much more to learn. Find out more about life with http://www.WatchMojo.com in the Big Easy: New Orleans.
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Categories: Louisiana Travel Tags: Cajun, city, climate, culture, destination, Gras, Hurricane, hurricanes, Jazz, Katrina, language, Louisiana, Mardi, Mississippi, multicultural, new, orleans, port, River, states, Tourism, travel, united, weather
What are some of your first thoughts when you hear the state mentioned or see something about it? What are some of your first assumptions when you think of Louisiana people. What do you know about Louisiana culture?
For those who don’t know: No, we aren’t popular for country music. There’s actually nothing "country" about us, unless it is some of the people who’ve moved in from the neighboring states. 🙂 Even the movies get our accents wrong. =)
As for Katrina, I know no one "mooching" off of the government from it. Trailers were given to residents after Katrina b/c they had no other place to go. *IF* the government actually gets these back they get destroyed, not even used for scraps. Whether someone lives in a Fema Trailer or not is there own business. And for some people, moving on is easier said than done.
But some people just won’t be able to understand unless they go through something similar – which I hope none of you have to do.
I think of it as a laid back, fun loving State.
I’ve read a lot and did a some research, now I would like to know the opinion of the citizens. The Grants for Grads Program is established in recognition that many Louisiana’s residents relocate from Louisiana upon completion of their college careers due to a perceived lack of economic opportunity. Homeownership reflects a commitment to remain in Louisiana and continue the tradition and culture of the state.
The grants for grads awards any Louisiana resident who has received an associate, baccalaureate, masters/postgraduate degree on or after January 1, 2008 and was:
As a LA resident I have been very aware of the outflow of LA college graduates. I have never heard of this program, but I see the need for it and I will definitely look into it.
A virtual tour of the Louisiana Crawfish Company.
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I live in Louisiana so i need a place in the south. I kinda want to stay close to home. And which is better bs of science or master in music degree? I want to be a recording artist and a music producer.
A Master of Music is the next degree higher than a Bachelor of Music. As a recording artist you wouldn’t need either. If you want to be a music producer you might want to look at a Bachelor’s in Music Production and Engineering.