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Carnival Louisiana Style: Mardi Gras Celebrations of South Louisiana

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A man dressed as a Southern belle. A pregnant woman dressed like Humpty Dumpty. A whole family dressed up like Dalmatians. It could only be Carnival Time in Louisiana!... Read full article

Cajun Country Christmas: Vermilion Parish

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World-renowned for delicious food--and carefree 'joie de vivre' (love of life) often imitated, but never quite duplicated--Cajuns are undoubtedly a unique breed.... Read full article

A Trip Into History: Tangipahoa Parish

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With its close proximity to prominent Louisiana cities like Baton Rouge and New Orleans, Tangipahoa Parish has more Southern charm than you can shake a stick at.... Read full article

A Feast of Cajun Culture: Vermilion Parish

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Festivals, fun, and great food are staples of any self-respecting Southern Louisiana community. Vermillion Parish is a prime example of all three. The towns may be small, but the festivities are plentiful! ... Read full article

Shake Your Trail Feather Festival: St. Martin Parish

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There’s no shortage of festivals in South Louisiana during the fall season, but the uniqueness of The TECHE Project’s “Shake Your Trail Feather Festival” will make you want to experience it. ... Read full article

Samedi 9 juillet, Houma Louisiane, grande ouverture du nouveau centre de tourisme de Houma!

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Samedi 9 juillet, Houma Louisiane, grande ouverture du nouveau centre de tourisme de Houma! Plus de 40 fournisseurs et entreprises locales de la paroisse de Terrebonne seront presents pour notre vitrine communautaire.... Read full article

5 raisons pour lesquelles vous devez choisir la cuise de maman à Vermillionville?

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OÙ LE GOÛT RENCONTRE LA TRADITION La cuisine de maman, le restaurant Cadien et Créole de Vermillionville sert des plats Cadiens et Créoles six jours par semaine. En plus de notre menu complet, nous avons des plats spéciaux chaque jour de la semaine ... Read full article

A Sweet Place to 'Let it Geaux'

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Literary enthusiasts visiting Iberia Parish will, of course, recognize New Iberia as the home base of Detective Dave Robichaux of James Lee Burke’s brilliant crime novels. Did you ever wonder what kind of Christmas Detective Robichaux celebrates? ... Read full article

Mardi Gras, The Greatest Free Show on Earth!

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Mardi Gras was first referenced in Louisiana in 1699 when the explorer, Pierre Le Moyne, Sieur d'Iberville landed at the mouth of the river on March 3, 1699 in an area south of soon-to-be La Nouvelle Orleans.... Read full article

Geaux Gumbo: Iberia Parish

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Gumbo is a piece de resistance in Southern Louisiana, so it's no surprise the World Championship Gumbo Cookoff calls Iberia Parish home.... Read full article