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The State of Louisiana is a state located in the southern region of the United States of America. The capital of Louisiana is Baton Rouge and the most populous city is New Orleans based on March 2007 population data of 255,000 people. The largest parish by population is Jefferson Parish and largest by land area is Terrebonne Parish (Louisiana is the only state that has parishes instead of counties). The New Orleans metropolitan area is Louisiana's largest metro area.

 

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Local News for Lafayette, Louisiana from theadvertiser.com

It will be three months before additional information is released about the death of a Grambling State University student who drowned in a Girard Park drainage ditch Sunday.

 

UL coach Michael Lotief doesn't even really like considering the issue, although he understands why the subject arises.

 

Official Festival Kick-off Concert with legendary guitarist Dick Dale at the Blue Moon Saloon 6:30 p.m. ? Doors open 7:30 p.m. ? Dege Legg 8:30 p.m. ? Dick Dale General admission: $35 Soiré...

 

In its 28th year, Festival International de Louisiane is offering more than 100 musical acts in five days. How in the world do you catch them all?

 

Cajun, zydeco and swamp pop are well represented at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, set for April 25 through May 4 at the Fair Grounds Race Course.

 

A jambox changed Ron Richard's life. In the 1980s, jamboxes, sometimes called boomboxes, were briefcase-sized, cassette and CD players that every cool dude had to have.

 

Acadiana was represented three times in Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne's and the Louisiana Office of Cultural Development's Cultural District Awards that were recently announced.

 

Five days. Six stages. More than 100 acts. And they're all free.

 

Big Sam's Funky Nation and Soul Creole come to Jefferson Street Pub for a funk party that you don't want to miss.

 
 

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