Have you ever wondered how our consolidated government actually works? In our new podcast miniseries, Lafayette 101, we give you the civics lesson you never knew you needed.
Whether we’ve known it all our lives, were college sweethearts or got with it by pure happenstance, we really do love it.
Several initiatives have shown promise in improving water quality. But major investments and more personal responsibility among locals are needed.
Studies suggest Lafayette isn’t so cheap. Is Lafayette an affordable place for you?
Young people believe in Lafayette. But they don’t believe our leadership is listening to them. That’s why turning our platform over to them.
The crisis’ impact on the cost of living in Louisiana threatens to add to the state’s long-standing problem with depopulation, raising questions about the long-term resilience of its communities.
Know someone making a difference? Tell us about them.
There’s plenty to love in Lafayette. Tell us what you love the most.
Traditional and radical. Brioche or sourdough. Donuts or not-donuts. Here are king cakes readers say are the Bavarian cream of the crop.
This month is for reverence, and it’s easy to feel dragged down. Black folks in Acadiana: it’s time to honor yourselves, too.
We’re crowd-sourcing Lafayette’s favorite king cakes to build the definitive guide to the carnival treat.
Lafayette may stop alcohol sales at midnight on Mardi Gras day. Tell us what you think.