"Louisiana" Blogs & Blog Posts

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Current random works of art from my studio

 
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A blog about my acrylic dot art.

 
A Darker Shade of MidnightA Darker Shade of Midnight

Murder mystery set in the Louisiana

 
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A collection of random digital images.

 
The Dreaming TreeThe Dreaming Tree

The personal blog of international, award-winning artist, Lana Gramlich. In...

 
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Digital photo adventures in the Greater New Orleans area and beyond through...

 


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Disarming yourself won't stop criminal intent on using firearms The post Anti-Gun Rally With No Security Ends With Man Shot appeared first on RedState.

An estimated 35,000 people are newly eligible to vote in Louisiana Friday, after a law passed last year restored the right to vote to people who have been out of prison for at least five years but who remain on probation and parole. “What happe...

A week after the partial government shutdown came to an end, officials in several parts of the country are facing a major backlog in critical pollution data. State agencies in places such as North Carolina and Louisiana continued to collect data over...

It seems especially difficult to find good news for undocumented immigrants right now, but here is something nice. Thanks to intense community involvement and legal push-back, Louisiana’s undocumented students will now be able to play high school s...

With an inaugural investment into the Los Angeles-based entertainment startup Culture Genesis, Clifford Harris Jr., who’s better known as “T.I.”, has launched a new syndicated investment vehicle called Tech Cypha. Launched by the...

America's infrastructure is crumbling around us. The American Society of Civil Engineers' latest Infrastructure Report Card, from 2017, rated the nation's roads, bridges, airports and water systems at a paltry D+ -- the same grade rece...

Since 2001, the Innocence Project New Orleans [IPNO] has freed 33 innocent people from spending their lives in prison in one of the very harshest states in America. We spoke to Jee Park, the group’s executive director, about racism and the quest fo...