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By Melanie Moffett
May 21st, 2014
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Governor’sCigar and Pipe article by Mary Napoli | photos by Joli Livaudais The most congenial cigar smoker and tobacco connoisseur in town is Friday Ellis, proprietor of Governors Cigar and Pipe.  The establishment, located at the corner of Olive...
By Katie Sloan
Jul 31st, 2017
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Fashion isn’t the only industry that changes rapidly with the influence of designers and their trends.  Home design is, too, an ever-evolving industry that requires study and upkeep, if you want to stay current. Instead of runway shows, one must attend...
By Melanie Moffett
Aug 25th, 2014
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The New First Family of Louisiana Tech University, Kathy and Les Guice, Open Their Home to BayouLife Magazine article by Marlen Waters | photography by Martin G. Meyers Nestled in the trees just a stone’s throw from Joe Aillet Stadium in Ruston is the ...
By Melanie Moffett
May 21st, 2014
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Preparing and Eating Meals Together as a Family article by Cindy G. Foust Happy mid-year mark to the BayouLife nation! As we welcome June with temperatures still in the 50s, we celebrate graduations and school being out for the summer. Really? Yes, jus...
By Admin
Jun 30th, 2014
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When: July 5, 2014 @ 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Where: RiverMarket, 316 South Grand Street, Monroe, LA 71201, USA ...
By Katie Sloan
Nov 30th, 2017
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ARTICLE BY P. ALLEN SMITH When the colors of the garden start to fade, you may find yourself longing for the days when they were abundant in the garden and green grass seemed to be at every turn. While you may not be able to enjoy that particular view ...
By Katie Sloan
Nov 30th, 2017
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Ann Bloxom Smith may not be a native of northeastern Louisiana, but that hasn’t stopped her from transforming this corner of the world into home. Article by Michael Devault and Photography by Brad Arender Ann Bloxom Smith recalls long walks with her gr...
By Katie Sloan
Nov 30th, 2017
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article and illustration by Lou Davenport   This has been a year of loss for my family.   My Aunt Red slipped peacefully away several months ago.  She was the first in our family to reach 100 years.  On the morning of her party, she fell and broke...
By Katie Sloan
Nov 30th, 2017
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Matt Shepard’s path from band leader to successful business owner. Article by Michael DeVault  and  Photography by Brad Arender A sign on a door in Matt’s Music reads, “Slow Down.” It’s the kind of warning one might see hanging in a high school t...
By Katie Sloan
Oct 30th, 2017
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  Article by April Clark Honaker and Photography by Kelly  Moore Clark Over the past year, Courtney Wentzel has found herself inspired by children’s portraits with an artistic eye, Wentzel’s gouge has carved countless images of local f...