Louisiana Life - November/December 2015 November 1, 2015 Admin Staff - Sean Bova FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinemail A Master’s Art in ContextSculptor Anthony Henderson’s virtuosity sets the gold standard on film Stops in South LouisianaTrying out a kosher deli & a spot with boudin Jay DucoteA Baton Rouge native’s love of food and cooking has landed him a popular blog, radio show and stints on the Food Network channel. Docville FarmA charming space in Violet serves as a multi-purpose event space and learning center. Around LouisianaEvents and Highlights Ryan AndreCity Pork in Baton Rouge Savoie FaireTulane Institute of Sports Medicine’s Chief of Sports Medicine is a world-famous medical savior. Echos From OpelousasOpelousas has given the world Paul Prudhomme and zydeco. Both are Cajun-influenced, with lots of spice. Prudhomme was clearly one of the past century’s most important chefs. When done right his Blackened Redfish was an exquisite dish – so much… On The Wings of A DoveA farmer boy’s first time hunting takes an unexpected turn. End-of-the-Year HighlightsIndustrial projects, aviation keep jobs coming Awareness for Alzheimer’sPlus the latest on Planned Parenthood Sweet Treats4 winter desserts to try All In The FamilyA Shreveport home has lasted for generations. Daily Life in RustonAn artist's view Lost, Found & SavedNew Deal for Depression-era Art The Little Hospital That CouldWhen Morgan City Saved U-Boat Victims The Lighter SidesHealthy Holiday Dishes The Good Life - Living Choices AboundOptions for a range of hobbies and preferences Statewide CalendarNovember and December events, festivals and more.