On February 2, 1982, Sherral Kahey was sentenced to life in prison without parole, but she always believed that God had a bigger purpose for her. “I am a miracle. I received a life sentence. That meant I was going into prison on two feet, and I was supposed to come out in a body …
Evan Sanders never imagined his life journey could inspire others. As a St. June Hero, he pledges to raise money for the hospital while participating in an activity he loves, running.
The Red Stick Farmer’s Market consists of farmers and producers of homegrown products who are trying to help and educate the Baton Rouge community. However, they need the community’s support.
Only 11 years after Louisiana adopted its 30 percent filmmaking tax credit, the “Hollywood of the South” has taken the title of film-production capital of the world in 2013, outpacing the real Hollywood, Calif.
Elise Abshire, 21, has always had an affinity for baking. From the time she could wrap her fist around a spoon handle, the LSU Spanish junior practically lived in the kitchen. With her mother by her side, Abshire said she quickly realized baking was her forte.
Looking ahead, Kevin Connelly, 22, saw nothing but clear skies as the wind whipped past him on what he thought was a typical spring day. But the next thing the biology senior remembers was the feeling of the cold, hard concrete as he abruptly pounded onto it with a thud.
New Orleans now hosts one of the largest fashion weeks in the southern United States, and people across the world are taking notice.