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The Most Cajun Place on Earth - Vermilion Parish

The Most Cajun Place on Earth - Vermilion Parish

Made of all natural ingredients, Mother Nature spared nothing when she created “The Most Cajun Place on Earth”.

March 27, 2015 By Chris Savoca

The Grandeur of the Grand Marais: Iberia Parish's Mardi Gras

The Grandeur of the Grand Marais: Iberia Parish's Mardi Gras

The words "Grand Marais" mean "Big Marsh". However, in Iberia Parish during Mardi Gras season, it means "Big Party".

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Louisiana celebrated the “Year of Music” in 2013. The state’s Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism launched a number of campaigns and promotions, including the web site, LouisianaSoundtrack.com. Oxford American magazine dedicated its annual

February 15, 2014 By TRAVELHOST Contributing Writer

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