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other websites offering the same products. So If you
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possible on the same item or items. Cajun One Stop
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products. The same products that we offer to specialty
retailers and foodservice operators are available to our
Cajun Wholesale customers. Our Retail online store is
chock full of those Certified Cajun Products for you to
choose from, and our Lagniappe section, filled with
resources of our favorite Cajun/Zydeco Music, Festivals
and more. Lagniappe means just "a little something
extra" that is great part of our Cajun hospitality!
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this website. Proof needed of where of the website
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387 Merriwether Dr.
Alvin, Texas 77511
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Portia trained at the Alvin Ailey School of
Dance. Shortly after graduating from
The New School, she landed a co-starring role in 'Ghetto
Dawg', a Lions Gate runaway urban indie filmwork rented
around the world. She has performed at the Geffen and
Pasadena Playhouses in California; and, in New York, at
the former downtown Circle in the Square theater.
Portia performed in the stage adaptation of 'The Bluest
Eye' to consistently sold-out performances at Atlanta's
Horizon Theatre Company of which cast was nominated for
"Best Ensemble" by the 2007 Suzi Bass Awards committee.
She is a member of the Big City
Burlesque & Vaudeville troupe playing the sweet and
petulant Creola of New Orleans to the lovable voodoo
queen, Madame Deveaux, to Dorothy Dandridge, in-tribute.
Portia appeared in the truth-based Samuel Goldwyn film
'American Violet' as Laquathia, a smart-mouthed and
soft-hearted prison convict, directed by Tim Disney
starring Alfre Woodard, Charles Dutton and Xhibit.
Portia is currently represented by Atlanta's People