Posts tagged "Louisiana"

Young Wayne Toups In Milton, Louisiana

“1987 Soybean Festival” in Milton Louisiana, clip from a festival in October, a very young Wayne Toupes sings, great then and great now! An extrodinary rare clip from my collection.

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Posted by admin - November 23, 2014 at 4:40 am

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LOUISIANA TRAVEL

LOUISIANA TRAVEL

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Posted by admin - November 20, 2014 at 3:36 am

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Do you know any cooking classes for teens over the summer?

IN NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA

No`~but you can go to youtube and watch cooking, baking, and cake decorating videos also go to allrecipes.com they have many cooking videos and kraftfoods.com has many fun things to make and bake and lots of videos just like being in class and you can play the ones you like over again epicurious.com also has cooking videos just click on cooking videos in at the top of the page. you can also type in cooking videos in your browser bar

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Posted by admin - November 19, 2014 at 3:06 am

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Broc’s Louisiana life

BMX rider Broc Raiford shows how to fish for crab and eat Louisiana style at his home.
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www.LALifeMarch.com On January 22, Louisiana will make history and save lives with the first ever Louisiana Life March to take place on the 38th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the decision making abortion legal in Louisiana and the entire nation. The Louisiana Life March will unite the pro-life people of Louisiana, across all denominational lines, to take a stand for life in our State’s Capital, and mobilize them with resources to go make a difference in their community. Join us on January 22 to mark the beginning of an abortion-free Louisiana. www.LALifeMarch.com This video can be downloaded at the website.
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Posted by Dwayne Coots - November 16, 2014 at 2:23 am

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Louisiana Rebirth – Thank You America

From the Louisiana Department of Culture, Recreation, and Tourism, we thank you America!

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Posted by admin - November 14, 2014 at 2:10 am

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REBIRTH BRASS BAND @ Louisiana Music Factory JazzFest 2007

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Rebirth Brass Band
Louisiana Music Factory
Jazz Fest In Stores 2007

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Posted by admin - November 13, 2014 at 2:01 am

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Theresa Andersson @ LMF 2008 PT2

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Theresa Andersson
Louisiana Music Factory In-Store
September 6, 2008

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Posted by admin - November 12, 2014 at 1:44 am

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Louisiana Tailgating

A package I produced and voiced for the Kent State Sports Network on tailgating among Louisiana-Lafayette fans.

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Posted by admin - November 7, 2014 at 11:14 pm

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Why is Texas culture so much lamer than Louisiana culture?

Lousiana culture does seem much more diverse. There are many cajuns still living in a subsistence economy based on hunting, fishing, and gardening. The cajun and creole cuisine is rarely found elsewhere, at least not in high quality. The above-ground cemeteries adds a touch of mystique along with the voodoo history. Louisiana’s dark past as a slave-port and holding place for incoming slaves is a curious look at a gut-wrenching period of U.S. history. People from Lousiana seem to have learned a way to cook any part of any animal and make it a delicacy. Whether it’s soft-shell crabs, or sucking the head out of a crawdad, or turtle soup, they don’t miss much. The French, Carribean, and African influence on dialect and cuisine can’t be missed. The greatest Creole restaurants in the world are in New Orleans, IMHO. Commander’s Palace, Brennans, Arnauds, K-Paul’s, Antoine’s, just to name a few of my favorites. And Jackson Square with it’s Cafe du Monde’s beignets and chickory coffee are an interesting experience.

Texas was largely populated by Czechs, Poles, and Germans. They seemed to assimilate into a homogenized Texan culture much more completely. The main cultural interest in Texas now seems Hispanic. Tex-Mex food and BBQ seems to be the bulk of the Texan cuisine. The best steaks are still in Kansas City. I love visiting Texas to be sure. They are a proud and patriotic people. But their cutural heritage is not so rich and diverse as it is in Louisiana. Texas is wealthier, more modern, with more malls, high-rises, extravagant modern hotels, etc. While New Orleans has more boutique hotels with very attentive staff that take great pride in using your name at every encounter. Louisiana, on the other hand, even before Katrina, was a city largely forgotten when it comes to building standards, and remaining eyesores of buildings that plainly need serious structural improvements for safety and many half-demolished buidings.

Each state has its plusses and minuses, but Lousiana culture remains richer and more diverse in my opinion.

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Posted by admin - November 2, 2014 at 8:41 pm

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BBQ wings & drunken chicken

Tips how too

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Posted by admin - October 31, 2014 at 7:59 pm

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