Addressing Systemic Inequities to Reduce Tobacco (ASIRT), a program of Louisiana Public Health Institute (LPHI) is seeking to engage local community leaders, organizations, and residents in Black, rural communities (Ferriday, Jonesville, Lake Providence, Tallulah, Bastrop, Delhi, Opelousas, Kentwood, St. Joseph, and Newellton) to work towards addressing systemic inequities that drive high rates of tobacco use.
Louisiana music hero and swamp pop pioneer Tommy McLain celebrated his first new album in 40+ years with an epic slice of bayou balladry on The Late Late Show with James Corden last night.
What began as a slow-moving contest turned into a shoot-out Saturday at Nicholls’ Guidry Stadium as the Colonels rallied to beat McNeese 40-35 in Southland Conference action.
The Acadian Museum of Erath is very pleased to announce that the long awaited book Healing Traditions of South Louisiana by Mary B. Perrin and Beverly Fuselier will be released to the public on Wednesday, October 19th at 10 am, at the French Quarter Visitor Center for Jean Lafitte National Historical Park & Preserve, 419 Decatur St., New Orleans, Louisiana.
The book Cherie Quarters: The Place and the People That Inspired Ernest J. Gaines by Louisiana author Ruth Laney is set to be released on October 19, 2022
Two weeks in a row, the Northwestern State football team fought its way back from a double-figure deficit to find the win column.
The Louisiana Trust for Historic Preservation is proud to honor this year’s award recipients for their impactful efforts to save historic places, build pride and foster engagement in their communities.