Among nearly 4,000 submissions, Lafayette polymath illustrators DeHart and Durand were named winners in Communication Arts Magazine’s 60th Annual Illustration Competition.
As it turns out, Primo’s peppers didn’t need to hold the Guinness World Record to attract the attention of Popeyes.
Bermiss talks competition among music school geeks (or the lack thereof), joining a band on a never-ending tour and the ins and outs of defying musical categories.
This year, the parade without barriers gets an expanded route and a new theme: Louisiana folklore. Organizer Paul Kieu weighs in via email on local pronunciation, local folklore (Shaq), pho profanity and more.
Jewelry maker JelLyn Morvant’s latest collection marries luxury and recycled goods, artistry and craftsmanship, earthiness and glam.
In three years, Lafayette’s comedy scene has blown up and shows no signs of slowing
As Thanksgiving approaches, my aunts and cousins have lovingly resurrected my grandmother’s recipes as best they can, creating a meal that represents gratitude and honors her legacy.
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.
Somewhere over the reading rainbow A new generation of librarians is challenging stereotypes, daring to dream up innovative ways to serve the ever-evolving community of Lafayette — and they can help you find a good book, too.
A new generation of librarians is challenging stereotypes, daring to dream up innovative ways to serve the ever-evolving community of Lafayette — and they can help you find a good book, too.
It’s a documentary that coulda been called Invasion of the Nutria.