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By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Health
Jan 1st, 2022
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article by Shannon Dahlum More than 2,000 years ago, Hypocrates, the father of modern medicine, suggested that all disease begins in the gut.  While it may not be true of every disease, evidence now shows that most modern chronic disease is indeed rooted in imbalances within the gut.  Because of the ...
By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Artist
Jan 1st, 2022
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FOR MICHELLE HARVEY, DANCE  HAS ALWAYS BEEN PART OF HER LIFE. SHE STARTED TEACHING IN HIGH SCHOOL AND WOULD LATER OPEN HER OWN DANCE STUDIO BEFORE RETURNING TO WORK WITH LINDA FORD AT LINDA LAVENDER SCHOOL OF DANCE AND THE TWIN CITY BALLET COMPANY.  ARTICLE BY STARLA GATSON PHOTOGRAPHY BY KELLY MOORE...
By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Icon
Jan 1st, 2022
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ARTICLE BY GEORGIANN POTTS PHOTOGRAPHY BY KELLY MOORE CLARK Rhonda Grace has a simple message for everyone she meets: “Love God, love others, and love yourself!” Hers has not always been an easy life, but one thing has seen her through it all – her steadfast faith. That faith has led her down many pa...
By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Eats
Jan 1st, 2022
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article by Vanelis Rivera photography by Kelly Moore Clark recipes by Hope Anderson Frugé Food has always meant something to Hope Anderson Frugé. “It was handed down from generation to generation,” she says, referring to the cooks and bakers in her family. When she remembers when her relationship wit...
By Meagan Russell
In AskErin
Jan 1st, 2022
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by ERIN SHARPLIN LOVE | erinlove@panachebyerin.com What do you do at the beginning of a new year?  I have made resolutions like most people but failed to see them through.  I know I am not alone in that.  So, a few years ago while on my personal growth journey, I came across a concept that […]...
By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Pages
Jan 1st, 2022
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by Margaret Wilkerson Sexton REVIEW BY MEREDITH MCKINNIE “People are so afraid of hauntings but I pray for them. Lord, clear me out so I can be with all that have lived through me. There are the sweet hauntings, the tender ones you yearn for. Just one minute with the great beyond, I beg of […]...
By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Pages
Jan 1st, 2022
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by Edith Wharton REVIEW BY MEREDITH MCKINNIE “The real loneliness is living among all these kind people who only ask one to pretend.” I somehow managed to make it through a graduate degree in English without ever having been assigned Edith Wharton’s The Age of Innocence, a fictional story of New York...
By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Artist
Dec 1st, 2021
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ARTICLE BY STARLA GATSON PHOTOGRAPHY BY KELLY MOORE CLARK Stefan Nodarse aspired to be a comic book artist, but his career in art took several turns before landing in printmaking. As an alumni of the University of Monroe’s art program, and a Master’s graduate of Indiana State University, the Oak Grov...
By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Profile
Dec 1st, 2021
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ARTICLE BY VANELIS RIVERA AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY KELLY MOORE CLARK Whether we’re styled for comfort or to dazzle, there’s more than meets the eye when it comes to the clothes we choose. One thing is for certain, though: when you look good you feel great. Which is why, if the opportunity arises, our call ...
By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Pages
Dec 1st, 2021
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“Ruth had learned only one thing from the current reality, and it was that everything held together by tacit agreement that it would. All it took to unravel something was one party deciding to do just that. There was no real structure to prevent chaos. There was only a collective faith in order.” The...