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5 Spots to Check Out Sulphur's Art Scene

4/11/2018 by Angie Kay Dilmore
Posted In:  Arts
Sulphur is well-known as a hub of industry and a top destination for sports tournaments, and rodeos. The town also boasts some interesting history. But there is also an artsy side to Sulphur that may surprise you. Check out these locations. The Henning Cultural Center is located in a restored historic home by The Grove at Heritage Square, offering
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Yellowfin Vodka Distillery in Sulphur

6/30/2017 by Jessica Pickett
Posted In:  Culinary
It’s no secret - that here in Southwest Louisiana, we love to have a good time. Whether we are tailgating before a McNeese football game or donning our finest Mardi Gras costumes, we usually have our favorite cocktail in hand. We don’t have to search very far for a reason to celebrate either. After all, we are the festival capital of Louisiana. So
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Suppertime in Sulphur

6/23/2017 by Angie Kay Dilmore
Posted In:  Culinary
When visiting Southwest Louisiana, the town of Sulphur offers many worthy destinations – Adventure Point and the gateway to the Creole Nature Trail , the Brimstone Museum , and Henning Cultural Center . You’ll find great shopping too. Check out Sulphur’s Trail of Treasures . And while you’re out exploring, you’re likely to get hungry. No problem! There
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Must See Lake Charles Museums

4/17/2017 by Allison Schexnayder
Posted In:  History
My fiancée and I both love history and learning about the local culture, so we made it our mission to see some of the local museums . The first place we experienced was the Brimstone Museum Complex . Which held things like: timelines showing the progression of the town of Sulphur, a statue of “The Mottagator” which was created to honor the memory
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King of King Cakes (Taste-Off & Giveaway)

2/2/2017 by Elizabeth Eustis
It’s the most popular food during Mardi Gras – king cake . And, it’s because of these delicious brioche-rich, colorfully iced cakes that Mardi Gras truly is the most WONDERFUL time of the year. I am not ashamed to admit that I enjoy king cake for breakfast, during my coffee break, and for dessert. In fact, I’ll make any excuse to grab a slice. Who’s
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Fideaux Field - Sulphur's New Dog Park

11/16/2016 by Cooper the Goldendoodle
Posted In:  Outdoors
By: Cooper - The Dog with a Blog Hi gang! Today, I’m here to tell you all about the latest craze and why everyone is going mutts! It’s because of the pawsome new dog park in Sulphur, Fideaux Field ! I was fur-tunate to attend the ribbon cutting ceremony with my good friend Ellie Mae – don’t we look fetching with our Howl-oween scarfs? The park
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Sulphur’s Trail of Treasures: 9 Stops to Shop

7/18/2016 by Kayla Semien
Posted In:  Arts
We all enjoy a little retail therapy every now and then right? I know I do — especially now that the summer sun is shining bright, it’s the perfect time to call up the girls for a little shopping trip in the city. And, if you haven’t heard, Sulphur, Louisiana has nine of the best little shops and boutiques to satisfy your summer shopping needs.
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Boudin Wars: Ball vs. Link

9/4/2015 by Elizabeth Eustis
Growing up every road trip started off with a stop at a local convenience store for a frozen Coke Icee and a little, paper tray of fried tater logs (it’s like a giant French fry!) and boudin balls. My faithful love with boudin balls lasted for many years until my dad visited Holly Beach for work and came home with 2 ice chests. One was filled to
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My Cajun Christmas

11/17/2014 by Elizabeth Eustis
By Elizabeth Eustis Southwest Louisiana has planned so many parades, concerts, fireworks, and food events for Christmas this year, it is definitely the place to be to celebrate the most wonderful time of the year. With this abundance of holiday cheer, choosing an event is going to be hard! Attending as many holiday happenings as I can, might
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