To understand Hunter, you must understand her relationship with the mysterious and eccentric François Mignon, a pathological liar who also recognized the truth of her art, but, more than anything else, you must understand Hunter’s muse, Melrose Plantation, a place every bit as complex and contradictory and conflicted about its past as Mignon.
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The congressman from Louisiana’s Fifth District, who is now running for governor, has yet to offer any cogent explanation for breaking his pledge to donate his salary to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital and the Veterans Independence Fund or evidence of any donations he ever made.
Instead, he dismissed the reporting as fake news, while his campaign team scrambles for an explanation.
Rep. Ralph Abraham, now running for governor, vowed to donate every dime he made in Congress to two nonprofits.
His office claims he stopped donating after his first term, and quietly, his campaign scrubbed the pledge from his website.
The Bayou Brief shares its revised mission, its impact, its snapshot of its finances, and its ambitions goals for 2019.
Five years ago, after the debut of his sensational and award-winning television series “True Detective,” its creator and showrunner Nic Pizzolatto sat down with Lamar White, Jr. to discuss one of the show’s main characters, the state of Louisiana.
Today, with the debut of Season Three of “True Detective,” the Bayou Brief is republishing the interview in its entirety.
Award-winning writer Jason Berry’s new book is the definitive history of New Orleans, a 300-year-old city that challenges, defies, yet still exemplifies the American mythos.
For his final article of 2018, publisher Lamar White, Jr. sat down with Berry for a candid conversation about the past, present, and future of New Orleans.
“Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive.” – Sir Walter Scott
A new nonprofit is set to launch in Louisiana with a simple and important mission: Empowering people to vote.
Landry led a legal challenge that may result in tens of millions of Americans and potentially over a million Louisianians losing their health insurance, but he is not the only elected official in the state who should be held accountable.
In this comprehensive analysis of the 2018 midterms, Lamar White, Jr. unpacks how an emerging generation of Southerners can learn from the past in order to reshape the future.