A local production of the Broadway classic showcases resurgence in Lafayette’s theater community.
Sixteen years after its first visit in 2007, the national nonprofit’s mobile recording unit has returned to capture more conversations for eternity’s sake. A little legacy goes a long way.
Get to know Andre Angelle, Consuela Gaines, Karen Dugas, Kathy Richard, Matthew Holland and Michelle MacFadyen
Ceramicists, painters, woodworkers, photographers, and other artists will also participate in the tour this year, spanning Opelousas to Crowley — and all other points in the region.
Filmmaker Brennan Robideaux followed pole vault phenom Mondo Duplantis from Lafayette High School to the upper echelons of his sport.
Jacqueline Salser’s well-traveled life landed her Breaux Bridge, where she fuses French technique with Acadiana’s bounty at Chez Jacqueline.
Up and down the Teche, communities are turning to the bayou once more as a vehicle for economic and cultural development. Is it a model Lafayette could follow on the Vermilion?
Phil Van Roy left France to follow his wife to Lafayette. His new shop, Be True Tattoo, finds Zen in the art of indoor plants and French folk music.
The 12-foot puppet, towering over crowds of fans during her trek worldwide, is a child herself, bringing awareness to the plight of refugees around the world.
While flavors and ingredients differ, savoring the taste of home is a common thread linking Latin America and South Louisiana.
The event’s goal has always been to showcase an eclectic mix of up and coming talent. This year, Downtown Rising is trying to top itself.
While Downtown Lafayette embraces Pride, many queer people elsewhere in Acadiana struggle to find connection and representation.