Louisiana Life - July/August 2010 July 1, 2010 Admin Staff - Sean Bova FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinemail 6 Classic Louisiana BreakfastsStarting the day off right TEEING OFFMaking the rounds on the state’s daily-fee municipal courses By Kent J. Landry Rednecks and Fly-FishingI have lived very near the Gulf of Mexico for the past 40 years. That’s probably the main reason why I never became a bona fide redneck. Nevertheless, there are some indications that I got pretty close to it. For…Lifetimesa guide to festivals around the state Herbert FontenotThe wonders of woodworkingAround LouisianaRegional Reports from across the state where easy rider rodeAdmittedly there is not much quirky about the abandoned, derelict building that stands along Louisiana Highway 1 near the corner of Fordoche Bayou Road in the Pointe Coupee Parish town of Morganza. But there was a day when the building… bobbing in the gulfThere was a mysterious white object bobbing in the Gulf. Our cruise ship had cleared the Yucatan straits, re-entered the Gulf of Mexico and was heading back to New Orleans.News of the oil spill and those hurtful pictures of the… barometerA compendium of what’s hot and what’s not in Louisiana Louisianian at LargeIrish in Baton RougeBATON ROUGE –– All that is Irish takes center stage July 17 during the second annual Baton Rouge Irish Film Festival.Three featured films will be shown at the Manship Theatre in downtown Baton Rouge.The cost is $8.50… katrina in the countryOn days when I think I’ll go stark raving mad if I have to fold one more load of laundry or unload the dishwasher one more time, I’ll think back to a September afternoon five years ago.It was about two… biz bitsBusiness news from around the state HealthLSU Health Sciences Center Hospitals Win Quality Awards Summer’s BountyFresh vegetables are abundant in these long summer days. Fortunately, so are recipes for them. adrian deckbar:A journey into the natural world Louisiana Riverfronts: Alexandria-PinevilleFrom the waterfronts of Shreveport and Bossier City, which we visited last issue, it’s 125 miles southeast along Red River to another pair of river cities, Alexandria and Pineville, where you will behold the fruits of the labors of two… fore scoreBirdies and eagles are part of the view at this grand Shreveport home.