Every Man A King is one of Louisiana's state songs. ...more on Wikipedia about "Every Man a King"
The Holiday Trail of Lights is a group of cities in Northwest Louisiana and Northeast Texas. Six Arklatexan cities participate in the Trail, three in Louisiana ( Natchitoches (pronounced Nack-a-tish), Shreveport and Bossier City) and three in East Texas ( Marshall, Jefferson and Kilgore). ...more on Wikipedia about "Holiday Trail of Lights"
Leah Chase (1923- ) also known as the Queen of Creole Cuisine, is a New Orleans chef, author and television personality who has promoted African American art and Creole cooking. Her restaurant, Dooky Chase, was a gathering place for the Civil Rights movement during the 1960s, as well as a gallery for an extensive African American Art collection. ...more on Wikipedia about "Leah Chase"
Louisiana Creole cuisine is a style of cooking originating in Louisiana (centered on the Greater New Orleans area) that blends French, Spanish, French Caribbean, African, and American influences. It also bears hallmarks of Italian cuisine. It is vaguely similar to Cajun cuisine in ingredients (such as the holy trinity), but the important distinction is that Cajun cuisine arose from the more rustic, provincial French cooking adapted by the Acadians to Louisiana ingredients, and Creole cooking tends more toward classical European styles adapted to local foodstuffs. ...more on Wikipedia about "Louisiana Creole cuisine"
Louisiana Creole French (Kreyol Lwiziyen) is a French-based creole language spoken in Louisiana. It has many resemblances to other French creoles in the Caribbean. While Cajun French and Louisiana Creole have had a significant influence on each other, they are unrelated. While Cajun is basically a French dialect with grammar similar to standard French, Louisiana Creole applies a French lexicon to a system of grammar and syntax which is quite different from French grammar. ...more on Wikipedia about "Louisiana Creole French"
The Louisiana Hayride was a radio broadcast from the Municipal Auditorium in Shreveport, Louisiana, United States that during its heyday from 1948 to 1960 helped launch the careers of the some of the greatest names in American music. ...more on Wikipedia about "Louisiana Hayride"
The music of Louisiana, like other cultural aspects of the state, can be divided in to three general regions. The south-west of the state is dominated by Cajun culture. The northern half of the state shares the most similarities with the rest of the US South. To the south east, the area in and around New Orleans and Baton Rouge has its own unique musical heritage. ...more on Wikipedia about "Music of Louisiana"
New Orleans Mardi Gras is Mardi Gras in New Orleans, Louisiana, one of the most famous Carnival celebrations. ...more on Wikipedia about "New Orleans Mardi Gras"
Oak Alley Plantation is a historic plantation located on the ...more on Wikipedia about "Oak Alley Plantation"
Policarp was a local broadcast television show for children that aired in the 1970s on KATC, channel 3 in Lafayette, Louisiana. The show featured a host character, "Policarp" portrayed by a local television personality. Policarp featured original skits and dialougue between characters as well as cartoons such as Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies. ...more on Wikipedia about "Policarp"
The Red River Revel is a festival of food, culture, art and music that takes place in Shreveport, Louisiana annually in the month of October. The Revel began in 1976 as a bicentennial celebration, sponsored by The Junior League of Shreveport. It is a nonprofit festival, and any money garnered from commerce that takes place there goes back into the financial pool for the next year's Revel, guaranteeing a bigger and better Revel every year. ...more on Wikipedia about "Red River Revel"
You Are My Sunshine is a popular song. It is one of the state songs of Louisiana, due to its association with former state governor and country music star Jimmie Davis. ...more on Wikipedia about "You Are My Sunshine"
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