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By Katie Sloan
In Bayou Icon
Jan 8th, 2018
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Article by Michael Devault, Photography Brad Arender Through his work as a physician with The Woman’s Clinic, volunteer efforts and contributions to the arts community, and as an ardent supporter of local youth education, he has directly or indirectly impacted the lives of thousands. For these reason...
By Katie Sloan
In Bayou Eats
Jan 8th, 2018
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Article by Vanelis Rivera, Photography by Martin G Meyers Teriyaki Grill in Ruston Serves Healthy and Flavorful Dishes Teriyaki Grill is a health-conscious franchise tucked in the midst of a vast, picturesque skyscape and is the keystone of a quickly developing niche in Ruston, Louisiana. Popular wit...
By Katie Sloan
In Bayou Artist
Jan 8th, 2018
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Article by April Clark Honaker, Photography by Kelly Moore Clark BayouArtist, Leigh Buffington, is grateful to be a part of such a strong community of artists and art enthusiasts and plans to keep using her art to connect with others and continue growing that community. When Leigh Buffington was earn...
By Katie Sloan
In Bayou Outdoors
Jan 8th, 2018
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Article by Dan Chason, Photography by Brad Arender Rod Haydel’s Game Calls was founded over four decades ago and continues to evolve with the changing trends in the hunting industry. BayouLife meets up with Haydel to discuss what makes his brand exceptional. If I had to choose one person that I could...
By Katie Sloan
In AskErin
Jan 8th, 2018
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by Erin Sharplin Love Yes!  You read the title of this article correctly – 2018 CAN be your best year yet!  And the best part is that no resolutions are required!  Instead, I will ask that you make a lifestyle change and become intentional about living your best life.  Don’t get me wrong; you will [&...
By Katie Sloan
In Bayou Outdoors
Nov 30th, 2017
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Article by Dan Chason The best thing about December is all of the outdoor activity that can be enjoyed in Northeast Louisiana. We are blessed with abundant lakes, public hunting land and we sit right in the heart of the Central Flyway for migrating ducks and geese. However, it is not a blessing when ...
By Katie Sloan
In AskErin
Nov 30th, 2017
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article by Erin Love The art of gift-giving is one way that we express our generosity, appreciation, thanks, and love for others while recognizing special occasions and achievements.  As the saying goes, gift-giving should be “all about the sentiment,” but that doesn’t keep us from going that extra m...
By Katie Sloan
In Bayou Kidz
Nov 30th, 2017
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Making Holiday Gift Giving Into a Family Activity Article by Cindy G. Foust It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, everywhere you go…soon the bells will start, and the thing that will make them ring is the carol that you sing, right within your heart.” Yes, readers, I have already started liste...
By Katie Sloan
In Bayou Eats
Nov 30th, 2017
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Dean Norton, Karl Puljak and Cassidy Keim teamed up to open Ruston’s newest eatery, The Utility Brewing Company. Article by Vanelis Rivera and Photography by Martin G Meyers   Huddled next to the Dixie Center for the Arts in downtown Ruston is an ingenious little locale brewing up hoppiness on tap. T...
By Katie Sloan
In Bayou Artist
Nov 30th, 2017
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  Article by April Clark Honaker & Photography by Kelly Moore Clark Emery Thibodeaux has spent the last few years placing art in the public eye, from her joint project with One Mile of Love to Postcard Murals in West Monroe and Monroe, Emery is helping cultivate an appreciation of art in our...