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Posts from September 2014

Arts Scene

9/18/2014 by Megan Hartman
Southwest Louisiana has a thriving arts scene, when it comes to culinary arts, traditional art, live theatre, and music. I love sipping coffee from Rex Alexander’s pottery at Stellar Beans . Crave Gourmet Baskets and Gifts has a charming collection of Louisiana folk artist’s Clementine Hunter plates and serving dishes portraying life on Melrose
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Lake Charles Film & Music Festival

9/17/2014 by Megan Hartman
www.visitlakecharles.org/filmfest The Lake Charles Film Commission is excited about the upcoming workshops and film screenings that will be taking place at the 3rd annual Lake Charles Film & Music Festival . Patrick Bennett, one of the festival producers, answered a few questions about this year's event being held October 10-12 at
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Local Distillery Makes Bayou Rum

9/12/2014 by Angie Kay Dilmore
By Angie Kay Dilmore I don't know why, but sometimes there are things that I really want to do, but it takes me way too long to get around to doing them. One example is the relatively new rum distillery down the road (I-10) from Lake Charles . Louisiana Spirits opened over a year ago. Touring the facility has been on my to-do list since then. My
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