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By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Eats
Dec 1st, 2022
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Article by Vanelis RiveraPhotography by Kelly Moore Clark NESTLED BETWEEN THE DIVERSE, antique shops lining the Cotton Port Historic District of Downtown West Monroe stands a delectable scratch bakery and coffee bar. Not only is it ready to fill your holiday season with holly jolly sweets, but it may...
By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Kidz
Dec 1st, 2022
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article by Cindy G. Foust Oh, the weather outside is frightful, because it’s still 50 degrees and un-delightful, I wish we had a place to go, where it would snow, and snow, please Mother Nature let it snow!” That’s it. That’s all I got. We have in fact, had a temperature “dip” and are enjoying [&hell...
By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Artist
Dec 1st, 2022
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Article by Starla GatsonPhotography by Kelly Moore Clark Betty Crouch picked up pottery at 67-years-old. This hobby turned career has given Crouch purpose, something she was desperate for when she began devoting more of her time and energy to it over a decade ago. I’m a jack of all trades but a maste...
By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Health
Dec 1st, 2022
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by Shannon Dahlum, FDN-R Over the past three months, we’ve been discussing how to support your body’s detoxification process.  This discussion began in September with tips for supporting healthy bowel function; October was about fluid elimination through the kidneys, skin and lungs; lymphatic mo...
By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Icon
Dec 1st, 2022
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Article by Georgiann PottsPhotography by Kelly Moore Clark After 47 years in the business, this fellow knows his plants, chemicals, and hardscape better than just about anyone. His body of knowledge built on experience — which he freely offers to his customers — is worth more than anythin...
By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Home
Dec 1st, 2022
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Article by Vanelis RiveraPhotography by Kelly Moore Clark The elegance of Catherine Tonore’s formal décor has also extended to her adornments for the happiest time of the year, making Christmas at the Tonores an extravagant nod to traditional aesthetics and fostering a spirit of merriment.  Deco...
By Meagan Russell
In AskErin
Dec 1st, 2022
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by Erin Sharplin Loveerinlove@panachebyerin.com Instead of waiting for January and the new year, consider decluttering and refreshing your home in December.  Afterall, December is the month of getting, giving, and hosting, so there will be many more “things” coming in and going out of your home durin...
By Meagan Russell
In Features
Dec 1st, 2022
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Article by Heather Land We all experience them. Those moments that come out of the clear blue and leave us feeling like the sleigh is in a downhill spiral because everyone has stopped believing.  I’d been tending the fire all evening, the embers seemingly fluorescent when the girls walked throug...
By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Outdoors
Dec 1st, 2022
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ARTICLE BY DAN CHASON He was born in the fall of 1958 in a non-descript town in rural Tennessee.  His parents were devout and he was raised as the son of a evangelical minister and a teacher wife.  His childhood was memorable with his whole life being spent in and around the church.  When he [&hellip...
By Meagan Russell
In Features
Dec 1st, 2022
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Photography by Kelly Moore Clark We’ve asked some of our favorite Northeast Louisiana bakeries to spruce up their best Christmas tree confections for our annual Holiday Bake-Off. Gather around the Christmas tree and enjoy these creations. BUTTER BAKERYThese petite petit fours are inspired by a classi...