Festival after festival is announcing its live return. Musicians are getting back an important launching pad.
For FEASTival, your favorites are back, and they’re offered at local restaurants for an entire month.
Multi-tasking is old hat for Ledet. But singing in Kouri-Vini is a new adventure.
Musicians face the prospect of another year of lost opportunities, revenue streams and their social and professional identities
People in this city want what is right; however, their silence is complicity. We must move to mobilize their voices for the sake of this city. We must hear the silent voices of hurt, shame and embarrassment of what our city has become.
A string of next generation immigrant restaurateurs are defying the pandemic and taking a leap of faith to more established addresses in the Lafayette dining scene.
Each February, we hear stories of Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King Jr., and other civil rights icons. We must also talk about trailblazers in our own families.
Either divine guidance or cosmic providence sent Luna Bar & Grill and Mama Reta’s to set up shop in Lafayette after one natural disaster and in the middle of another.
Custom build outs for visionary concepts like Grocery Tavern & Delicatessen, Tchoup’s MidCity Smokehouse and Vestal take time. In a pandemic, they take even longer.
Acadiana’s French immersion students are about to make a new animated friend. But he’s an old pal for many of their parents.
After a historically chaotic year, two trailblazing women are stepping in to help make headway with Vermilionville and its parent organization, Bayou Vermilion District.
Parades may not be rolling in 2021, but arguing about king cake is a tradition that can survive any calamity.