In better times, many servers and bartenders are forced to cut costs around healthcare, food, or rent. Setting aside money for savings is not often feasible.
Coronavirus has caused a major gap in the food economy that some local farmers and restaurateurs are hustling to fill.
While coronavirus wreaks havoc on the restaurant industry, Acadiana’s iconic plate lunch houses persevere as tight-knit family businesses with strong neighborhood ties.
One month after re-opening La Pizzeria, Randy Daniel suddenly found himself laying off 22 of the 23 hourly employees he had just hired.
Here’s one way to keep money in the local economy and stay safe: buy local cleaning products.
The president of the Lafayette NAACP chapter says racism is still reality. Pretending it doesn’t exist won’t fix it.
Historically people have tried to weaken the image of black men and women. Phebe Hayes wants to fix that.
The former councilman reflects on racism during the school integration era.
The veteran newswoman reflects on her experience as a black woman in Acadiana. Part of the Voices of Race in Portrait exhibition showing this month at AcA.
Vestal will be a far cry from Ryan Trahan’s previous restaurant, with a more casual atmosphere and approachable menu.
Barely a decade old, witnessing Flexn today is like watching the emergence of hip hop in the 1970s and 1980s. Catch Flex Ave. this week at AcA.
Stafford and the other volunteers who came to RAM’s rescue realized that to keep a foreign group of musicians in the country legally, you had to keep them working, as in performing and gigging.