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By Meagan Russell
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Jan 28th, 2021
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Since the summer of 2020, Elizabeth has shared her passion for quilting with others by teaching classes at Material Things in Monroe, owned by Joyce Sims. article by ALANA WAGNER | photography by KELLY MOORE CLARK Creative is the term Elizabeth Prine feels best describes her. She will tell you plainl...
By Meagan Russell
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Jan 28th, 2021
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REV. MAURICE WHITE AND HIS WIFE, TIFFANY, HAVE WORKED TIRELESSLY TO ESTABLISH THE ZION TRAVELER COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION AND THE HOPE CENTER FOR AUTISM IN RUSTON. article by GEORGIANN POTTSphotography by KELLY MOORE CLARK Every February marks the celebration of love, specifically on the 14th...
By Meagan Russell
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Jan 28th, 2021
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Monica Smith’s family-owned and operated small batch bake shop, Bake 318, specializes in fresh, from scratch sweet and savory treats meant to satisfy anytime a craving hits. ARTICLE BY VANELIS RIVERA AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY KELLY MOORE CLARK Unpopular opinion–we don’t need dessert; really, we merely...
By Meagan Russell
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Jan 28th, 2021
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ARTICLE BY VANELIS RIVERA & PHOTOGRAPHY BY ANDREW BAILEY Offering private instruction by qualified, university-trained personnel, GRACE NOTE ACADEMY is taking classic teaching styles and making them accessible to students of all ages and abilities. A grace note is a music notation usually printed...
By Meagan Russell
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Jan 6th, 2021
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At 11 years old, Carlton James Madden was inspired to try his hand as a luthier, and after some trial and error, his whimsical cigar box instruments have found a home with musicians from coast to coast and across the pond. article by Vanelis Rivera | photography by Kelly Moore Clark Around 11 years a...
By Meagan Russell
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Jan 6th, 2021
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THE HIMALAYAN CAFÉ OFFERS TRADITIONAL NEPALESE AND INDIAN CUISINE article by VANELIS RIVERA | photography by KELLY MOORE CLARK The Himalayas are the most revered mountain range in the world, probably because they are home to Mt. Everest, the world’s highest mountain above sea level. China, by way of ...
By Meagan Russell
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Jan 6th, 2021
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article by Georgiann Potts | photography by Kelly Moore Clark  Dr. Ron Berry is a quiet, thoughtful fellow by nature. By his own admission, he is an introvert who cares more about serving and helping others than about garnering personal attention. Reminiscent of those who are known better by their ac...
By Meagan Russell
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Dec 7th, 2020
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There’s not a day more magical than Christmas morning. After the kids have opened their presents and mom and dad have had their cup of coffee, it’s time to settle down to a late-morning meal. These favorite brunch dishes from local restaurants will make your mornings merry and bright. Sty...
By Meagan Russell
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Dec 4th, 2020
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ARTICLE BY VANELIS RIVERAPHOTOGRAPHY BY ANDREW BAILEY Calvin “Cal” Presley is a jeans and t-shirt kind of guy. A quick scroll through his band’s Facebook page portrays an easygoing 34-year-old with an affinity for wearing single-tone baseball caps backward, dark aviators, and a plethora of sneakers. ...
By Meagan Russell
In Bayou Eats
Dec 4th, 2020
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WHAT BEGAN AS AN AWARD-WINNING GOURMET SAUCE AND SEASONING BUSINESS FOUND ITSELF BEING AGED AND ENHANCED INTO WEST MONROE’S NEWEST FLAVORFUL PITSTOP, JAC’S CRAFT SMOKEHOUSE article by VANELIS RIVERA and photography by KELLY MOORE CLARK Food ministry is not an unfamiliar term to most southern resident...