A: Basically, we're finding the vanguards of culture and supporting them the best we can because Cajun culture is disappearing, just like the wetlands. We have overnight tours around Lafayette, where we visit Marc Savoy, an accordion player, and he talks about the history and culture of zydeco music; and we also visit Guidry Farms, an organic pecan farm, where we have a little tour and learn how they make pecan butter and oil. We also have a chef that gives us cooking lessons at our B&B. We're going to start having him meet us at the farm to have a seafood boil. One of our tours is for four days, which I never planned to do, but after going out there and seeing how deep and rich that culture is - I could easily do a week trip. … [Read more...] about New Orleans visitors swap Bourbon Street for Spanish moss on Beyond the Bayou tours
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“NATO and AMC did not coordinate those statements in any way,” says the theater trade org, and that Universal “has made the reckless charge this evening.” More to NATO’s point: “Unfortunately Universal has a destructive tendency to both announce decisions affecting their exhibitor partners without actually consulting with those partners, and now of making unfounded accusations without consulting with their partners,” in a complete reference to the studio’s last minute pivot during the COVID-19 pandemic to take Trolls World Tour into homes. … [Read more...] about Theater Owners Accuse Universal Of “Destructive Tendency” And Not Involving Circuits In ‘Trolls World Tour’ PVOD Decision
“Thanks to its beauty, Koh Tachai has become a popular tourist site for both Thai and foreign tourists. This has resulted in overcrowding and the degradation of natural resources and the environment,” Tunya Netithammakul, the director general of the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plants Conservation, told the paper. … [Read more...] about Thailand closes ‘overcrowded’ Koh Tachai island to tourists
Two Terminal Island prisoners named in the lawsuit — Maurice Smith, 50, and Edgar Vasquez, 32 — say that, amid the outbreak, they were moved to one such space, an old warehouse that had no heating or hot water for showers. The warehouse is also “infested by a veritable menagerie,” including mice, raccoons, feral cats, possums, skunks, and bats that fly through holes in the ceiling, the lawsuit states. … [Read more...] about Inmate labeled as ‘recovered’ from coronavirus dies at Terminal Island
If you plan to (someday!) host a large gathering with a Hawaiian theme, this pavilion-size Tiki bar is perfect. Four open walls and a bar in the middle will ensure proper flow of fruity drinks, and the grass expanse lends itself to hula dancing. The five-bedroom custom home boasts nearly 7,000 square feet of living space, which includes an office, 22-foot ceilings, walk-in closets, and a chef's kitchen for preparing pupu platters. … [Read more...] about Raise a Mai Tai: These 9 Homes With Tiki Bars Are Lit!