Heart of Louisiana: David Crockett Fire House

Heart of Louisiana: Land Speed Record

Heart of Louisiana: The Gardens of Chef John Folse

Heart of Louisiana: Gardens of Chef John Folse

Heart of Louisiana: New Orleans Jazz Museum

  Heart of Louisiana: 1-room schoolhouse in Ponchatoula

Heart of Louisiana: Rice Mill

Heart of Louisiana: The Roots of Music

Heart of Louisiana: Middle Ages

Heart of Louisiana: John Moisant

  Heart of Louisiana: Paddling Lake Martin

Heart of Louisiana: Organic produce farm near Alexandria

Heart of Louisiana: Prehistoric Park - Dinosaurs in the Swamp

Heart of Louisiana: Louisiana’s White Sulpher Springs

Heart of Louisiana: R.W. Norton Art Gallery

  Heart of Louisiana: Chitimacha basket weaving

The cane baskets that are created by Louisiana’s Chitimacha tribe are considered some of the finest examples of Native American basket weaving.  But the baskets also played a surprising role in helping the tribe preserve some of its ancestral land in St. Mary Parish.

Heart of Louisiana: The Virgin’s Island

Pierre Part sits on the edge of the Atchafalaya Basin, nearly surrounded by water. For generations, the water has supported the people who live there. But at times, it's also challenged their way of life.

Heart of Louisiana: Cajun Barbershop

Forget the fancy hair stylists. Customers at one Southwest Louisiana barbershop prefer to play Cajun music while they're waiting for a haircut.

Heart of Louisiana: Nova Scotia church reconstructed in Abita Springs

When a Baptist congregation decided to erect a new church in Abita Springs, the pastor wanted to make sure he had a building that fit the town's old-time charm.

Heart of Louisiana: Abita Mystery House

At the Mystery House, children are encouraged to touch. If anything breaks, it's only junk...junk that owner John Preble wants to share.

Heart of Louisiana: Leeville

It's a coastal town some describe as a "Canary in the Coal Mine" for Louisiana land loss. If you visit the town of Leeville in South Lafourche Parish today, it's hard to imagine that it was once a farming

Heart of Louisiana: Working with bousilliage

It‘s a construction material similar to the adobe used by Native Americans in the southwestern United States. But instead of mixing straw with clay, Louisiana Cajuns used moss.

Heart of Louisiana: The Laptop Orchestra

It's not your typical orchestral music. In fact, it may not sound like anything you've ever heard before, although most of us already have one of their instruments in our home or office.


Mother takes on new mission to uplift her community after son’s death

JPSO: Driver killed during race at NOLA Motorsports Park

A person is dead after a crash at the NOLA Motorsports track in Avondale.