In the 1986 sleeper film "Hoosiers," Hickory Coach Norman Dale (Gene Hackman) looks around the huddle tyring to decide who to let have the last shot. Dale sets up a play. He balks out "picket fence," where a player comes around the screen and lets go the winning shot.
I’ve never met Bill Cassidy, the Republican congressman from Baton Rouge who seeks to unseat Democratic U.S. Senator Mary Landrieu. But if earshot matters, then count me among the lucky ones.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal’s dogmatic health care ideology leading to his refusal to accept Medicaid expansion funding is devastating Louisiana’s health care sector.
The little treasure box sits on a high shelf in a closet behind a bunch of other stuff.
Two more photos have been added to the collection of men whose names are recorded on the Vietnam Wall in Washington, D.C.
All the hopeful candidates have put their names in the hat, and now it’s show time.
If you’re related to or knew the late Brittany Thomas of Hammond, life’s been a tough pill to swallow the past few days.
Rose Lee Pool has only a tiny, crinkled photo of her son, Charles L. Pool, who died Oct. 26, 1964, in Vietnam so far away from the Village of Tangipahoa where he grew up.