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Google app aims to give new life to Louisiana Creole, other languages at risk of disappearing

The Advocate 07 May 2021
If Louisiana Creole as a language is endangered, then Google may have a lifeline to toss its way ... Festivals Acadiens et Creoles organizers planning for live event in October. This time, Festival Acadiens et Creoles is going with Plan A ... For example, the app recognized a photo of a tree and provided the word “narb” to describe it in Louisiana Creole.
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City creating plan to slow speeders on Mount Vernon Avenue as development brings residents

The Columbus Dispatch 04 Apr 2021
According to the most recent Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission traffic counts, 6,455 vehicles passed along Mount Vernon Avenue near North Champion daily in 2015, and 4,233 vehicles traveled Mount Vernon near North 20th Street in 2019 ... It asks questions about how people travel ...
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'And All That Jazz': OKC Philharmonic collaborates with Black performers to share ragtime history

The Oklahoman 05 Mar 2021
W. Jerome Stevenson believes that America is at its best when its people come together. "This is what makes America great ... You don't have ragtime without the itinerant musicians who were traveling, and a lot of them were Creole-born who had been trained in musical styles of Europe but brought an innate African-ness to it ... Collaborative program ... .. ... .
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OKC Philharmonic collaborating with local Black artists to share authentic history of 'Ragtime and All That Jazz'

The Oklahoman 05 Mar 2021
A version of this story appears in Friday's Weekend Life section of The Oklahoman. . 'And All That Jazz' ... W ... "This is what makes America great ... You don't have ragtime without the itinerant musicians who were traveling, and a lot of them were Creole-born who had been trained in musical styles of Europe but brought an innate African-ness to it ... ... W.
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Through the Perilous Fight: Marine Corps Veteran Unearths Family History of Freedom Fighting

Jacksonville Free Press 04 Mar 2021
She remembers growing up surrounded by West Indian culture ... By bringing free African Americans to Trinidad, they were making one of their Caribbean territories more British and less likely to be influenced by surrounding French and Spanish creoles, Cartwright explained ... Travels in Deep Southern Time, Circum-Caribbean Space, and Afro-Creole Authority.
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Seychelles Tourism’s GCC roadshow goes virtual

Gulf Daily News 02 Mar 2021
A strong delegation from the local trade attended comprising of representatives from Masons Travel, Creole Travel Services, 7 Degree South, Summer Rain Tours and J’adore Seychelles on behalf of the Tour Operators and the hotel properties including North Island, Six Senses ...
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BBC shares the ‘Senses of the Seychelles’ | 20 February 2021

Nation 20 Feb 2021
During the year, BBC Travel audiences will ... True to its warm creole hospitality, Seychelles welcomes travellers of all background to explore Seychelles off-the-beaten-path and discover the beauty of island living through the campaign at a time when many are longing for an escape.
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The Guadeloupe Islands & Emmy® Award-Winning TV Series, Bare Feet With Mickela Mallozzi In A ...

Finger Lakes Times 03 Feb 2021
2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi, the four-time Emmy® Award-winning travel series on public television, is back with a two-part special celebrating Carnival in The Guadeloupe Islands ... "This winter season having been cut short because of travel bans, we can't wait to welcome back Americans," says Rosier.
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Beverley Bryan: the British Black Panther who inspired a generation of women

The Observer 28 Jan 2021
From 1965 to 1967, Bryan and its members travelled across the country to perform in youth clubs.“In a way, it was the beginning of slam poetry!” Bryan says ... Bryan took up a teaching post at the University of the West Indies and became an authority on Jamaican Creole learners of English.
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Sets holds graduation ceremony | 21 December 2020

Nation 21 Dec 2020
A cohort of the tourism leadership and management upskilling programme, as part of the Seychelles Employee Transition Scheme (Sets), graduated on Saturday ... It was not easy to get work but I finally got a job with Creole Travel Services and was made redundant again.”.The course was very challenging but you are never too old to learn ... Elsie Pointe. .
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Book 'The Cajun Pig,' examines all things porky in Louisiana

San Francisco Chronicle 19 Dec 2020
“Our cuisine is so well known, we have the Creole in New Orleans and the Cajun, and it’s very, very popular.”. Poche takes readers along as she travels around the state, including taking in a few local spots, in search of the various ways Louisianans use pork in their cooking, and their culture.
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Restaurants offer meals, desserts for takeout

Traverse City Record-Eagle 19 Dec 2020
TRAVERSE CITY — Many people may alter their traditional holiday gatherings because of the COVID-19 pandemic ... “We did one for Thanksgiving, keeping in mind people who aren’t traveling or seeing families.” ... “We designed the menu so it travels well,” he said ... We always add Cajun or Creole flavoring to everything we do.” ... The order deadline is Dec ... 21 ... 24 ... .
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Seychelles Digital Day gives Brazil a taste of 'Another World’ | 12 December 2020

Nation 12 Dec 2020
Eric Renard from Creole Travel Services spoke about the company’s online booking system which allows visitors to plan out their entire holiday and reminded the crowd that Seychelles does not only have its beautiful beaches to offer but it is also a cultural hotspot ... Travel More).
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Nadiya Hussain explains why she can’t watch Great British Bake Off like she ‘used to’

Metro UK 10 Dec 2020
The first episode sees Nadiya in New Orleans where she meets people keeping old Creole traditions alive and travels to Cajun country where she spends time with a family fishing in the Louisiana swamps.
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New book, 'The Cajun Pig,' examines all things porky in Louisiana

Daily Comet 06 Dec 2020
"Our cuisine is so well known, we have the Creole in New Orleans and the Cajun, and it's very, very popular.". Poche takes readers along as she travels around the state, including taking in a few local spots, in search of the various ways Louisianans use pork in their cooking, and their culture.
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