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REVIEW BY MEREDITH MCKINNIE “She yearned for closeness, and yet her own responses prevented it. She would never be kittenishly playful with him; he would never confront hard truths with her. They could scarcely ever relax with each other.” Anna Eleanor Roosevelt, born in 1884, is known for being the ...
REVIEW BY MEREDITH MCKINNIE “Motherhood. Now that’s a foreign country.” Lionel Shriver’s novel about the complications of motherhood and the influence of parenting on a child’s development is gripping, frank, and forces readers to meditate on the unthinkable. Two years prior, Eva Khatchadourian’s son...
ARTICLE BY VANELIS RIVERA PHOTOGRAPHY BY KELLY MOORE CLARK Terry and Robin LaForge have provided a dining experience that is distinctly Louisiana in taste, feel and service for nearly thirty years. WHAT STARTED AS AN ACTUAL FOOD shack in 1993 is now a spacious seafood eatery boasting “tail whopping g...