Local comedians and performers want to build a more inclusive scene in world dominated by “white dudes with beards.”
Founder Chris Stafford reminisces about keeping tradition and breaking it over his band’s 20-year career.
Yes, we told him about boudin. Someone, please buy him some good boudin.
The veteran comic and actor — known for spots on Bob’s Burgers, Chapelle’s Show and appearances on Letterman, Conan and more — rolls through Lafayette this Saturday. Contributor (and giddy Todd Barry fan) Matt Sigur spoke with Barry ahead of his show.
For years Musician Philippe Billeaudeaux made waves as a first-call bassist in Lafayette’s music scene. Now he’s making them with clay.
Could a new, possibly-annual, ticketed concert series keep Downtown Lafayette on its ever-developing path? Gus Rezende and Social Entertainment think so.
Among nearly 4,000 submissions, Lafayette polymath illustrators DeHart and Durand were named winners in Communication Arts Magazine’s 60th Annual Illustration Competition.
In three years, Lafayette’s comedy scene has blown up and shows no signs of slowing
Two dozen Lafayette musicians revive their detailed reenactment of The Band’s farewell concert doc, The Last Waltz
Never out of ideas, the best band you’ve never heard stays relevant, vanquishes vaporwave with latest offering, Chicken Little Was Right.
It’s a documentary that coulda been called Invasion of the Nutria.
The annual Lafayette film festival expands its format to tell more stories, through cinema and beyond.