Today’s Bloody Tangipahoa

Dr. Sam Hyde, director of the Center of Southeast Louisiana Studies at SELU and author of Pistols and Politics, claims in the newest edition of his book that the culture of violence in historic Tangipahoa Parish remains today. The second edition of Pistols and Politics was published in 2018. Hyde said it added four new
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Streetside Market Shines Bright

Downtown Hammond has welcomed the newest, brightest restaurant in the heart of the city. Not only is it a restaurant but it is an international affair filled with culture, cuisine, and variety. The historic Ford building now holds an open market that is focused on offering an innovative dining experience for all of its guest.
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Beers and Cheers

There is always something to look forward to in the quaint and historical city of Downtown Hammond. This Friday, on September 27th, the Hammond Regional Arts Center was celebrating their 10th annual Brews Arts Festival, “Beers and Cheers”. The Hammond Regional Arts Center was showcasing several local craft breweries, chef- created tasteful pairings, art markets,
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Louisiana & World War II

The Louisiana and World War II lecture series continues for the spring semester at Southeastern Louisiana University. The series began in fall 2017 and the spring season of the series began on Feb 6 with a lecture about Black History Month discussed with Professor Marcus Cox of Xavier University. The series will continue through the
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