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Posts from March 2015

Crawfish: Farm-to-Table

3/31/2015 by Elizabeth Eustis
Posted In:  Outdoors
I don’t know about you but I am always up for an adventure! So when I was introduced to a local crawfish farmer and invited to see a crawfish harvest in action, I grabbed my “Cajun Reeboks” (aka rubber boots) and headed out to the field. Crawfishing is one of Louisiana’s truest forms of farm to table! Its hard work but most farmers do it for
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Indians, Pirates, & Fires- OH MY!

3/25/2015 by Elizabeth Eustis
Posted In:  History
Southwest Louisiana is rich in history and imagination. From pirates and buried treasure to rustlers and renegades, from sulfur mining and railroad hubs to Civil War battles, Southwest Louisiana has a unique story to tell. I asked Adley Cormier, Advocacy Chair for the Calcasieu Historical Preservation Society for the “Most Asked Historic Topics,”
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Spring Break in Lake Charles

3/13/2015 by Angie Kay Dilmore
Posted In:  Gaming, Outdoors
You’ve got a week off from school or work and you and your friends want to plan a road trip. Where do you go? The usual beaches are a bit cliché. Skiing is, well, very cold. How about someplace unique and different? Come to Lake Charles, Louisiana ! Plan your spring fling around our fabulous casinos, world class golf courses, and alligators in the
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Shrimping in Southwest Louisiana

3/10/2015 by Anietra Hamper
Posted In:  Outdoors
When you head out to catch shrimp in Southwest Louisiana, pretty much all you need is a cast net and a bucket. Oh, be sure to bring your appetite because the bayou is brimming with surprises, and the only thing better than catching a bucketful of large Louisiana shrimp is cooking your bounty for dinner. Scattered among 76,000 acres at the
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