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    Vol 6, NO. 14 | October 9th, 2014

Working Women

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The Housekeeper’s Tale: The Women Who Really Ran the English Country House by Tessa Boase recounts the working lives of five actual British housekeepers between 1832 and 1971, with juicy scandals both above and below stairs. “The Victorian years were ...

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We Are SWLA! – October 9th, 2014

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Pawlowski Joins Junior Achievement Board Russell Pawlowski, , recently joined Bancorp South Bank Executive Vice President – Lake Charles Market the Junior Achievement of Southwest Louisiana Board of Directors. He joins a group of area business and industry leaders working ...

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Huntin’ Tales

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The Worst My worst day afield may be better than my best day elsewhere but it’s a photo finish at times. I’ve hunted with drunks, bratty kids, jerks, fools, idiots, and people who almost killed me. On one hunt, Ron ...

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TuTu’s Christmas on the Bayou

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Leif Pedersen is Vice President of Philanthropy for the Foundation at Lake Charles Memorial Hospital and is also a talented musician and songwriter. His 1944 Big Band performs the great arrangements originally made famous by the bands of Glenn Miller, ...

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Movie Review: The Maze Runner

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The Maze Runner is the latest in a rash of bestselling books made into movies, all calculated to make dollars off the backs of today’s rising high school students. Of course they’re making it into a movie and of course ...

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Lemon Basil Chicken Alfredo

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Working with French chef Jean Pierre was the highlight of my travels. We would make the most delectable dishes. And oh, the sauces! I learned how to make all the mother sauces prior to attending culinary school. These sauces date ...

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Tips from Tip

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Coast Guard Patrol Off Prien Lake Park In a previous column, I talked about the military equipment being utilized by local law enforcement agencies. I was at Prien Lake Park one weekday and observed a US Coast Guard boat out ...

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