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By Joan Beduze
(Keller Williams Realty Acadiana)
Comments 1
Frank Lloyd Wright would have felt at home here at 501 W.  Santa Clara!This two bedroom, two bath architectural jewel has 1,517 square feet of living space, and islocated on over one third of an acre.  The quiet street and tree-lined yard make for a peacefulretreat from the hustle and bustle of the work week.  This home is filled with so many marvelousdetails and amenities!  The soaring, vaulted ceilings combine with gable windows to provide bothdrama and light to the open Living and Dining areas.  The warmth of the space is only enhancedby the heart pine floors and exposed brick walls, which also occur in the bedrooms as well.  Thekitchen is equipped with custom, retro-style Big Chill appliances; all of which remain with the home.A new wood privacy fence and patio deck have been recent...
By Mike Mayer
(Mike Mayer, Broker/Owner - i List For Less Realty, LLC)
Comments 4
Spring has officially arrived in Acadiana. It's that time of year and the many local festivals and cultural events are underway. The SugArena at Acadiana Fairgrounds in New Iberia, Louisiana will be the setting for the 2011 Cajun Hot Sauce Festival on April 8th, 9th & 10th, 2011. The Cajun Hot Sauce Festival weekend events include: Hot Sauce Competitions, a Jambalaya cook-off, Live Entertainment by local and national recording artists, a Cajun Food Court, Arts & Crafts, a Carnival and a Queens Pageant. Lots of fun is sure to be had for the entire family.                                                                                      Gate Times & Admission: 6:00 pm - Friday, April 8th       $10                                           3:00 pm - Saturday, April 9th   $5 9:00 am - Su...
By Ann Dail, Broker/Realtor,CRS, ePRO, SRS, B.A.Chem
(Baton Rouge Area Homes, Louisiana, USA, 225-761-0551)
Comments 3
Almost everyone has heard of Punxsutawney Phil, but how many of you have heard of Pierre Shadeaux or T-Boy?  Pierre Shadeaux and T-Boy are nutria from the bayou and swamps of Louisiana.     Groundhogs are native to North America, with a range that extends south to northern Alabama.  So if you live in the coastal south of Louisiana, just how are you supposed to predict the end of winter, or in Louisiana the beginning of summer?  They picked the nutria, like the family pictured here, rodents who populated the swamplands when brought from South America as future fur coats.  They are cute and fuzzy as babies but grow fierce, long orange teeth and other less appealing features as adults.   Winter's not a big deal here, but summer is.  Up north, seeing a shadow is bad news. For them it means ...

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