The current issue of 64 Parishes is available at retail outlets across Louisiana or can be ordered through the LEH for $5.95 plus shipping. In stock back issues are also available for $6.95. To order visit 64parishes.org/subscribe or call 1.800.909.7990 or 504.356.0505.
The struggle for federal recognition continues for several of Louisiana's Indian tribes
Between the Studio and the Bulldozer
George Dunbar is a painter and sculptor, best known for his work in metal leaf, and clay. His work marries the stark geometry of modern art with lush, elemental materials, which call forth Louisiana's distinctive local landscape.
The Power of Soul
Remembering drummer Idris Muhammed’s versatile, funkified and oft-sampled body of work
As a major metropolis from the late 18th century to today, New Orleans has always had a strong tradition of retail activity
To the "Bead" of a Different Drum
From Nick Cave to the Creole Wild West, Shreveport embraces the art of beading
An exhibition showcased Southern storytelling with over seventy pieces from the Ogden's permanent collection
Disturbance in Your Mind
The High Priestess of the French Quarter
Piecing together the life of Mary Oneida Toups, a legendary witch of the French Quarter
The staff at the National Audubon Society’s Paul J. Rainey Sanctuary in Vermilion Parish stand on the frontline of the battle for Louisiana’s coast.
Ignatius in the New New Orleans
Imagining “A Confederacy of Dunces” in 2016, and reexamining the motivations and misadventures of its protagonist. The final installment of our Pulitzer Prizes Centennial Campfire initiative.
Beneath New Orleans, A Coastal Barrier Island
Unbeknownst to most of the 165,000 people who live above it, a sandy atoll exists beneath greater New Orleans
A Dog's Life
Jerry Strahan isn't just the manager at Lucky Dogs – he's also the historian