The gist: If you read the tech blogs, there’s been a big crunch on the crypto market. After a bonkers 2017, the SEC has become a major buzzkill, signaling intent to sheriff the crypto wild west. That could actually make LCG’s crypteaux concept more attractive.
The gist: The charter amendment proposition is at the mercy of a low-turnout election that features a pair of taxes and a lackluster secretary of state race. Organized and adequately funded advocacy for the change could squeak out a win where full deconsolidation failed.
How Sheriff Mark Garber’s sales tax attempts to solve all his financial troubles in one fell swoop, at the risk of failure.
In three years, Lafayette’s comedy scene has blown up and shows no signs of slowing
As Thanksgiving approaches, my aunts and cousins have lovingly resurrected my grandmother’s recipes as best they can, creating a meal that represents gratitude and honors her legacy.
New changes to the contract make the deal an outright $1.4 million sale that requires the development team to pay for sewer upgrades and removing asbestos.
Two dozen Lafayette musicians revive their detailed reenactment of The Band’s farewell concert doc, The Last Waltz
Utility rates were hiked in the last two years to pay for rising operating costs and a $240 million bond package that never came to be. Councilman Kenneth Boudreaux will present a pair of ordinances, one to reduce electric, water and wastewater rates and another to reclaim the revenues for a bond sale.
Big Blue and mega-consultant firm KPMG outlined a comprehensive smart city action plan for LCG over the past year, developing concepts like digital payments for public services and smart traffic sensors for more efficient traffic control.
The company will have $200 million on its balance sheet after it goes public, converting Lancadia Holdings to Waitr Holdings.
Challengers are already mulling 2019. LUS could be the platform they need.
Never out of ideas, the best band you’ve never heard stays relevant, vanquishes vaporwave with latest offering, Chicken Little Was Right.