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Artist Jon McKenzie stays true to the heritage and culture of tattoos
By Corey Poole Jon McKenzie’s introduction to tattoo culture was a sneak peak into Randy Adams Tattoo Studio, a Texas shop “old enough to owe God a dollar.” After developing his own style and a sea...
Mar 20, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend
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Lukejazz Quartet gears up for Jazz Fest
By Corey Poole Everyone has an obligation in life to share the things they’re good at. Luke Brouillette, lead member of the Lukejazz Quartet will share his musical styling with guests at the Jazz a...
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Miss Merry Christmas visits Washington, D.C.
The Mystic Krewe of Louisianians hosted 24 festival queens from around the state of Louisiana during their 4 days of Mardi Gras festivities beginning Feb. 19. Gabrielle Lee Ingram, Miss Merry Chris...
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Sweet Cane Inn steeped in history and spirits
A gem among historical homes, the Sweet Cane Inn is steeped in rich history. Originally known as the Breazeale House this Victorian mansion was built for Congressman Phanor Breazeale in the late 18...
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What's Your Line?
It’s been a long winter, but hopefully spring is finally here. The fresh clean air, pleasant weather, and budding flowers are invigorating, perhaps just the incentive needed to start your family hi...
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Symone brings soulful sounds to the stage
“I could hum a tune before I could talk,” said Symone Giles, a Neo-soul singer who dabbles in classical music. Part of the student showcase at DemonFest Friday, March 21 Giles will deliver a solo p...
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Student performs solo with NSU orchestra
Marika Buchholz’s love of the clarinet began when she was in the fourth grade and wanted to join her school’s band. “I can’t really say why, because I don’t remember, but I knew that was an instrum...
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Alliance Recognized For Environmental Leadership
On Wednesday, Feb. 26, Alliance Compressors was inducted into the Environmental Leadership Program at the awards program for the Department of Environmental Quality in Baton Rouge.   Plant manager ...
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Vocal debut by Tajh at DemonFest
Picking up the saxophone at age 13, Tajh Derosier enjoys the freedom music brings. Continuing to change the many faces of jazz, Tajh and the Hybrid Vibe group will perform at DemonFest Friday, Marc...
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Pencils, paper, fleur de lis: Students create Tri-Centennial panel
Awarded a grant by the Tri-Centennial commission, Courtney Payne-Wetzel organized an art project for select students at Parks Elementary. With the help of Ron McBride the students built a mural mad...
Mar 14, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend
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