King Cake History July 15, 2014

As an adopted son of Louisiana, I though I would make this video available for all those who have not had the benefit or privilege of living in the amazingly culturally rich region that really celebrates Mardi Gras. Here is a video from my undergrad days in Mass Com explaining the meaning and history of the Mardi Gras staple food: the king cake. We’re Proud of our Sponsors

Conserving Cajun Culture July 15, 2014

TWILA TV’s Avery Davidson tells us how the Bayou Vermilion District is trying to save the agrarian way of life of the early cajuns. We’re Proud of our Sponsors

Cajun Country Louisiana July 15, 2014

Come to Cajun Country and join the party! This region in South Louisiana stretches from Lake Charles to Lafayette and is deeply rooted in their French Cajun traditions. From kicked-up cuisine that packs some heat to sparkling Mardi Gras festivities, Cajun Country celebrates the best of what Louisiana has to offer. Part of the Louisiana regional overview series produced in 2012 for the Louisiana Office of Tourism’s website, louisianatravel.com. This experiential video utilizes local talent to host the video.Producer/Editor –…

My Gulf: Grand Isle, Louisiana – Shrimping by Moonlight July 15, 2014

Terry Vegas has lived in Grand Isle, Louisiana for 50 years and has been a shrimper for 47 of those. He says there’s no place else and no other way he wants to live; it’s his version of paradise. As the moon rises over the Gulf each evening, he sets out aboard his boat, the “Miss Andrea”, to catch sweet, delectable shrimp. This is a man of determination, one who doesn’t ever give up. And this is the story of…

Cajun Talk: Best. Video. Ever. July 15, 2014

This is Evan’s grandfather. He plays the accordion, cooks, and apparently speaks Cajun better than me. This is the coolest thing that I’ve ever seen. Special Thanks To Our Sponsors



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