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Natalie Baszile's South Louisiana sugarcane story begins filming this month for OWN Network.

Where did the sweet melodies of jazz begin? And just how long have the majestic, towering Spanish moss oaks been here? The answers can be found along The Louisiana African American Heritage Trail.

Following the release of 'Go Set A Watchman' in 2015, 'To Kill A Mockingbird' is now headed for Broadway with some big names attached.

New books that examine the African American experience from Civil War to Civil Rights and beyond.

A visual retelling of the African American experience in stained glass.

How one family helped revive an Alabama town by producing footwear with a sense of place.

Baton Rouge food blogger Jay Ducote dishes about his humble rise to fame, that gumbo moment during his run on Food Network Star and his secrets for making the perfect gumbo at home.

Notes from a bootlegger's manual, plus two recipes offering a taste of Prohibition.

Inside Seabrook Texas's historic cemetery, a forbidden spot on Halloween night.

Florida's historic Desert Inn will once again serve wayward travelers after a full renovation is complete this fall.

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