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Pictured here is Mamou native Kate Chatelain as she sits in front of some of her contemporary art. She uses the art medium to expose area children to culture in art camps during the summer. (Photo courtesy of Kate Chatelain)

Brushing up on culture

With the stroke of a paint brush, a Mamou native is doing her part in exposing local children to culture. She does this through art camps during the summer at Mamou High School.

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Pictured here is author Todd Elliott as he holds a copy of his book A Rose by Many Other Names: Rose Cherami and the JFK Assassination during a recent radio interview. The book chronicles Rose Cherami’s time spent in Eunice 48-hours before the JFK Assassination as well its connection with the mob influence along Highway 190. (Photo courtesy of Todd Elliott)

A Rose color conspiracy

Shots rang out in Dallas’ Dealey Plaza on November 22, 1963, that killed the 35th President of the United States John Fitzgerald Kennedy.


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