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Cultural Diversity in Alexandria, Louisiana star
A great place to experience the cultural diversity of Louisiana is in the city of Alexandria! Experience the art museums, history museums and a wonderful zoo park the city has to offer.

Hurricane Season Awareness star
Here are some travel tips for anyone who is traveling during the Hurricane Season to the South Central USA gulf coast area. What causes hurricanes? How do they determine how bad they are going to be? What does one do to prepare for a hurricane?

Louisiana Cajun Cooking star
How did Louisiana's Cajun cooking style originate? The spicy gumbos, jambalaya and etouffees come from the variety of cultures the immigrants brought with them, melding into the Creole culture of today's Louisiana. There's an art to learning authentic Cajun cooking. Let's talk the basics.

Mardis Gras in New Orleans star
Spice up your winter months in New Orleans! It's time for Mardis Gras! There isn't a better party anywhere in the states! Great food, wonderful music, masquerade balls,and parades they have it all!

Official Louisiana Travel Site star[offsite link]
Louisiana vacation and travel information.

Shop Till We Drop In Baton Rouge star
Visit Baton Rouge's premier shopping destinations! If you love upscale retailers and gorgeous shopping centers, join us in Baton Rouge to shop till we drop!

The History of Louisiana's Gumbo star
What is gumbo and where did it originate? Gumbo is a soup/stew that has been the star of Louisiana cuisine since the early 1800's. Its a dish that is steeped in history and a mix of cultures in the melting pot of the south. Does anyone want to know more?

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