Archive for July, 2010

Cerebral Palsy of Louisiana Telethon

Posted July 2010

Be sure to tune in to the Cerebral Palsy of Louisiana Telethon TODAY and TOMORROW on KLAX TV-31 starting at noon each day! Please be as generous as you can for this GREAT cause!

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July 8 2010 Picture Page

Posted July 2010

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The Pros’ Secret

Posted July 2010

We professional photographers have lots of tools in our bag of tricks.  We spend most of our hard earned money buying all sorts of things for the sole purpose of making you look good.  There is one tool that, used properly, can make us look like geniuses because it makes you or your children look […]

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Roth IRA: The “Tiger Woods” of Retirement Planning Tools?

Posted July 2010

If financial planning was a sport, what financial tool would be the “Tiger Woods” of our era? Which strategy is considered to be the best option out there?  Just as there could be other opinions about who today’s best golfer is, there could be quite a few retirement strategies that would get a few votes […]

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Cenla Cyberspace

Posted July 2010

CoLouisiana Brings Fiber Optics to Cenla CoLouisiana, LLC headquartered in Lafayette has a state-of-the-art data center securely located in Alexandria. The company is a local leading provider of fiber optic broadband internet, data center colocation, network and cloud computing services in Central Louisiana, and recently began construction on a custom-built, dedicated, private fiber optic network […]

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Honey Garlic Rib-Eyes

Posted July 2010

6 Rib-Eyes (Cut 1/2″ Thick) 1/2 Cup Honey 1/4 Cup Cajun Power Garlic Sauce 1 Tsp. Cajun/Creole Seasoning Mix the honey, garlic sauce and Cajun/Creole seasoning together with a whisk. Cook rib-eyes on a flaming hot pit for 2 1/2 minutes per side, then baste with honey sauce and cook for 1 1/2 minute per […]

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Red, White and Boom in Avoyelles

Posted July 2010

July is traditionally a hot, perhaps hottest, of months. Many parents are looking for cool ways to help children enjoy their summer school holidays. Consider some of the wonderful museums, all air conditioned, in Avoyelles, ready to welcome you.  In Marksville, St. Joseph Church, whose roots go back to 1797, is a beautiful house of […]

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Are You Out of Your Mind?

Posted July 2010

Strange question…simple answer.  We can live “out of the head” instead of the heart or soul. Perhaps the longest journey you will make in your lifetime is from your head to your heart.  Healthy people have a combination of both.  Recently, on the hit TV show “So You Think You Can Dance”, one of the […]

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Summertime on the Red

Posted July 2010

It’s Summertime and the livin’ is easy – nice and easy at the Alexandria Museum of Art. Come on in and browse the galleries to escape the mid-summer heat. We’ve got a lot going on this July. Summer Art Camp continues the Green theme this month when campers will create Found Object Art July 19th […]

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Dear Enemy

Posted July 2010

The Moncla Community Theatre, which has not staged a production in some time, is happy to announce that it is “back in operation.” On July 9th – 11th and 15th – 18th, the theatre will present an exciting original musical by Nettie Chenevert of Evergreen, entitled “Dear Enemy”. This is the dramatic true story of […]

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