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By Nathan Coker
In Bayou Pages
May 1st, 2024
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review by Meredith McKinnie “Sometimes which choice you make is not as important as making a choice and committing to it.” Matthew McConaughey, the Oscar winning actor best known for romantic comedy, box office gold and shirtless paparazzi photos, has published a memoir to surprisingly rave reviews. ...
By Nathan Coker
In Featured Slider
May 1st, 2024
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article by Meredith McKinniephotography by Kelly Moore Clark This Mother’s Day, we’d like to highlight mothers across our region. These women shared their thoughts on motherhood – who influenced their mothering, how those values have changed, and how society’s ideas of mothering have evolved. A...
By Nathan Coker
In AskErin
May 1st, 2024
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by ERIN SHARPLIN LOVE | erinlove@panachebyerin.com Life! It gets challenging and chaotic.  There are a million things to think about and a million things to get done – especially if you are a parent of active children.  During these times I challenge you to remember my favorite advice – get prepared ...
By Nathan Coker
In Bayou Pages
May 1st, 2024
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review by Meredith McKinnie “Trauma is not what happens to you but what happens inside you.” I first fell in love with Barbara Kingsolver’s voice while reading Flight Behavior, which I reviewed here in May of 2022. Kingsolver’s impressive ability to take on entire literary worlds is astounding in sco...
By Nathan Coker
In Bayou Home
May 1st, 2024
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article by MEREDITH MCKINNIEphotography by KELLY MOORE CLARK The name Monroe Mojave was suggested by Joy’s mom, who is of Cherokee descent. Mojave means “beside the water,” and Joy took on decorating the space herself. Having always loved the desert, Joy recreated Joshua Tree, a minimal, yet warm des...
By Nathan Coker
In Bayou Outdoors
May 1st, 2024
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article by Dan Chason This topic could go on to the point it would engulf this entire publication.  I have never seen any other area or topic that is so important or so much overlooked or twisted to accommodate one’s own desires.  I’ll start with basic hunting etiquette and then move on to fishing.  ...
By Nathan Coker
In Bayou Eats
May 1st, 2024
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article by Starla Gatsonphotography by Kelly Moore Clark Casey Sandridge and his wife, Taylor, invested in a food truck that would lead to a full-time business. The Blue Taco is a family-operated business that sells traditional Mexican fare. When the coronavirus began its rapid spread across the glob...
By Nathan Coker
In Bayou Kidz
May 1st, 2024
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When Your Children Have Children article by Cindy G. Foust It’s the month of May dear readers, and Mother’s Day is resting differently with me this year. Yes, it is with great pride and adulation that I make a big announcement: I.Am.A.Grandmother. Can you believe it? Oh, I know I don’t look like a gr...
By Nathan Coker
In Bayou Health
May 1st, 2024
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Preventing Heavy Metal Accumulation article by Shannon Dahlum, FDN-P All forms of chronic disease spring from two simple causes; deficiency and/or toxicity.  Nutritional deficiencies are rampant because our society prioritizes food convenience over food quality. Even unprocessed foods aren’t as nutri...
By Nathan Coker
In Bayou Artist
May 1st, 2024
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article by April Doughtyphotography courtesy of Tim Breaux Tim Breaux’s journey to becoming a full-time painter is different from a lot of artists producing work today. Breaux actually managed to make it through his entire formal education, from kindergarten through college, without ever taking an ar...