While Downtown Lafayette embraces Pride, many queer people elsewhere in Acadiana struggle to find connection and representation.
Pucci Percussions teaches kids more than how to play musical instruments. It incorporates history and heritage into lessons, and provides tools for personal growth and professional success.
As locals add new programming and awareness, the role of Black liberation in Lafayette gains a bigger platform.
Old newsletters, photos and other ephemera document the history of LGBTQ+ culture in Lafayette and beyond.
Native plant gardens are restoring health to local ecosystems — and neighborhoods, too.
Buoyed by previous success, Lafayette restaurateurs are adding to the city’s “thriving Downtown food district” with spots that aim to capture the ideal experience. Among them are Sunday’s Soda Fountain and The Flats burger joint, which opened in the former Tula Tacos spot in April.
Lafayette’s biggest party is so big, it can be overwhelming. Stick with us, friend. We’ve got the must-see’s covered for this year’s festival.
The seeds of Festival International were planted years before its 1987 debut, writes photographer Philip Gould. He looks back at how it came together.
Art students at UL Lafayette are facing potential competition with this emerging technology and how it sources material from existing artworks.
Through an exhibition at Basin Arts, artists examine what it means to live queer and find space to be themselves in Lafayette.
Traditional and radical. Brioche or sourdough. Donuts or not-donuts. Here are king cakes readers say are the Bavarian cream of the crop.
Read the winning entry for the Southern Screen 2022 Writing Competition, presented by The Current and the National Writing Project of Acadiana