“Oh no,” Billie Brown lamented as she looked over the wood floor.
PoV takes a moment to remember some of those we've had the honor of sharing the stories of.
It’s hard to believe that 10 years have passed since the first issue of PoV landed on counters and coffee tables across Lafourche and Terrebone Parishes. We’ve come a long way since that first 32-page magazine – we’ve told thousands of stories, earned a spine, and established ourselves as yo…
It’s been five years since the Best of the Bayou Festival first rocked the streets of downtown Houma. In that time, the festival has maintained its intimate, up-close-and-personal vibe while growing into a two-day event most attendees agree can’t be missed.
Healing, uplifting, life changing ... one song, its lyrics and melody melding together to create something transcendent, has immense power and students at Vandebilt Catholic High School are set to experience what thousands of beautiful voices can do.
Georgia Naquin knocks twice, peering into the window of one of the classroom doors at United Methodist Children’s Learning Center.
Woodstock had Max Yasgur’s Farm. Voice of the Wetlands has theRouse family’s field on West Park Ave. in Houma. Festival-goers can expect a second stage, translating into more great music; a camping area; and Cajun food, crafts and art. Tab Benoit’s throwing a party and the country is invited…