Located in northeastern Louisiana, Poverty Point is one of the most historic attractions in the entire state. Built between 1700 and 1100 BC, there’s a lot of fascinating history behind this ancient architectural wonder, and it’s worth a day trip exploring the area. During these uncertain times, please keep safety...
The raw bar menu at Sidecar Patio & Oyster Bar is as detailed as a wine list and reads like a love letter to the world of oysters, routinely listing a dozen or more varieties on offer. In the wake of Hurricane Ida, the downtown restaurant is showing some love for people who bring those oysters to the table.
NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) — On Saturday, September 25, the Humane Society of Louisiana will be distributing pet food to residents in front of Mistretta’s Produce at 131 Harbor Circle, New Orleans. Nationally known pet food companies are sending tons of pet food to New Orleans and other areas impacted by...
NEW ORLEANS (press release) – Urban South Brewery has been recognized as one of the fastest-growing businesses in the world by Louisiana State University’s 2021 LSU 100 list. The LSU 100 is a competitive program that celebrates the 100 fastest-growing LSU graduate-owned or LSU graduate-led businesses in the world. Urban South Brewery was founded in 2016 and has grown its volume by 800 percent in the past five years.
SLIDELL, La. — Louisiana saw its first fatal alligator attack last month when a 500-pound reptile pulled a 71-year-old man under the swirling floodwaters of Hurricane Ida here, according to state officials. Timothy Satterlee was pulled under by a huge alligator Aug. 30 in the Avery Estates neighborhood near Fritchie...
Treebeards brings comfort food with a Louisiana flair to Houston.
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) – Anglers off Louisiana will be able to take up to four red snapper a day when the recreational season reopens on Friday. That’s double the previous limit. The state Department of Wildlife and Fisheries says the season will also expand to seven days a week...
On the hunt for a home-cooked meal without messing up your kitchen? Give yourself the night off and enjoy the Cajun-inspired dishes over at Cecil’s Cajun Kitchen, one of the most incredible hidden gem restaurants in Louisiana. Are you hungry yet? Well, head on over! Cecil’s is open six days a week for lunch and […] The post There’s Always Something Grilling At Cecil’s Cajun Kitchen In Louisiana appeared first on Only In Your State.
One of the most threatened wetland landscapes in North America is the focus of DU’s latest Conserve Film Louisiana Gulf Coast. Millions of acres of coastal habitat have been lost in the region, and DU and our dedicated partners are doing everything we can to stop wetlands loss and restore habitat.
Sometimes a walk through nature is just what you need to recharge your batteries and get a fresh perspective. The American Rose Center in Shreveport has one of the most unique gardens in Louisiana, perfect for a casual stroll year-round. Go ahead and stop and smell the roses… that’s what this place is all about! […] The post Stop And Smell Over 20,000 Roses At This Unique Garden In Louisiana appeared first on Only In Your State.
NEW BEDFORD, Mass. (WLNE) – New Bedford Animal Control Officer Manny Maciel is stepping up in a big way, using his own vacation time to volunteer in Louisiana and help save animals displaced from the hurricane. “This is my vacation time. When I do this, I take my vacation time...
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New Orleans restaurateurs felt a mix of relief and despair after Hurricane Ida passed through the city, devastating southern Louisiana and causing widespread damage from the Gulf of Mexico to New England. The city’s protective levee system held during what was the biggest storm to come so close since Hurricane Katrina made landfall 16 years earlier to the day.