The scene may have changed at the Hideaway, but the food and the vibe haven’t.
Images let us see through other people’s eyes. Images let us share someone else’s experience of the world. Shared experiences can lead to understanding and, ultimately, change.
Economy and budget columnist Geoff Daily hosted a live text-based Q&A session Friday, June 26. Here are his answers your burning questions about Lafayette’s economic outlook.
A false positive on a coronavirus test sets off a chain reaction of confusion and panic for contributor Nathan Stubbs. Tests might now be abundant but clarity remains in short supply.
Every time something awful and important is happening in the world, I see them. They rise like unsightly blisters as I scroll through my social media: Let’s flood Facebook with POSITIVITY instead of NEGATIVITY! Or Love everyone, even those who look different from you, pray different from you, and VOTE different from you. (Vote is […]
Artist Lessie LeBlanc-Melancon is using the nearly 100-year-old statue itself to project her views on the statue and what it stands for — literally
The gist: A Lafayette Parks and Recreation Department employee was placed on administrative leave the same week longtime Director Gerald Boudreaux tendered his resignation after a heated discussion with Mayor-President Josh Guillory the morning of June 2. The employee later returned to the office but has since been temporarily suspended.
In light of growing cases and hospitalizations, Gov. Edwards will not move Louisiana to the next phase of reopening. Rebounds across the state — and in Acadiana in particular — have derailed efforts to flatten the state’s curve and forced the pause.
We asked readers this week to sound off: Is it time for the statue of Alfred Mouton to go? Here’s what they had to say.
Four Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s correctional deputies and an asymptomatic inmate have tested positive for COVID-19.
Lafayette is facing a severe housing crisis, with thousands of people at risk of losing their homes. This crisis started before the pandemic, but the coronavirus and its impact on our economy has just added fuel to a fire that’s now threatening to rage through our community.
No public testing will be done from Thursday, June 18, through Sunday, June 21. Testing will resume on Monday, June 22, in Catahoula Park and is open to Louisiana residents of all ages who wish to know if they have the novel coronavirus.