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By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Pages
Jul 1st, 2022
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 by Carson McCullers | review by Meredith McKinnie “People felt themselves watching him even before they knew that there was anything different about him. His eyes made a person think that he heard things that no one else had ever heard, that he knew things no one had ever guessed before. He did not ...
By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Pages
Jul 1st, 2022
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 by Lisa Taddeo | Review by Meredith McKinnie “Let me tell you: men love cruelty. It reminds them of every time their fathers or mothers didn’t think they were good enough. Cruelty looks better on a woman than the perfect dress.” Lisa Taddeo’s writing singes like a lightning bolt. Her social commenta...
By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Beats
Jun 30th, 2022
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article by Vanelis Rivera | photo by Prajal Prasai Music, as a whole, can be a unifying force. And, a real live music performance paves the way for the ultimate human connection. A flurry of multifaceted elements pulses in unison–staging, musicians, sound, lighting, venue, audience–creating an experi...
By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Kidz
Jun 30th, 2022
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article by Cindy G. Foust Happy mid-year point of 2022 to everyone in the Bayou nation. Oh, I know we aren’t really a nation, just a small community trying to live our best life… together. I hope this month’s column finds each of you and your families doing well. I myself am actually doing great, [&h...
By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Eats
Jun 30th, 2022
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ARTICLE BY VANELIS RIVERA AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY KELLY MOORE CLARK “We’re going south of the border next door,” said Tommy Stewart to Emily Elizabeth Ellis, now general manager of one of Monroe’s newest and most vibrant eateries, Papi Loco Taco Bar & Margaritas. Stewart, already the owner of Five19 T...
By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Health
Jun 30th, 2022
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BayouHealth by Shannon Dahlum M=odern science has shown that when it comes to wellness or disease, your genetics certainly matter.  What matters more, however, is epigenetics, or the environment that is influencing how your genes express themselves.  When your genes are living in a healthy environmen...
By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Icon
Jun 30th, 2022
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Article by Georgiann Potts and Photography by Kelly Moore Clark A family trip to Galveston, Texas, is travel agent Dianne Boyd Newcomer’s earliest travel memory. Even today, decades later, she remembers the joy of jumping waves there with her father and sisters. Her love for travel has been a mainsta...
By Meagan Russell
In AskErin
Jun 30th, 2022
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article by Erin Sharplin Love Have you ever been organized but then look up after a few months only to discover that you are right back where you started? What you don’t realize is that there are clutter traps that sabotage you.  They creep in slowly and go mostly unnoticed until the accumulation of ...
By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Artist
Jun 30th, 2022
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ARTICLE BY STARLA GATSON AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY KELLY MOORE CLARK Gentle, delicate, feminine, and peaceful are just a few of the words that have been used to describe the work that Khalilah Maryam Al-Amin Kersey — KMAK, for short — makes. These words also describe Kersey herself, the young artist reveals...
By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Home
Jun 30th, 2022
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ARTICLE BY VANELIS RIVERAPHOTOGRAPHY BY KELLY MOORE CLARK Design and Coordination: Strickland Interiors, Jan Hales Strickland, Allied ASIDConstruction Contractor:  Bradley Allen, BRACO ConstructionHouse Plans: Ray Bendily Home DesignLandscaping: Bradley Hall, Riverside LandscapingInterior S...