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Participants in Ochsner’s dry Lent program enjoy reductions in blood pressure, weight, fat, liver enzymes, total cholesterol and increased vitamin B12.
When will the democratic promise of the Civil Rights era be fulfilled? “Some day”, as the famous anthem goes, could mean an eternity.
Registration for the seventh annual SOLA Giving Day, which will be held on May 2, opens today for any nonprofit, church or school that would like to participate. Registration will remain open through March 7.
Andre Guirard’s free little art gallery spreads the joy of art one small piece at a time.
Dozens of volunteers will dedicate the weekend to a variety of community service projects on the Northside. Here’s how you can get involved.
Sixteen years after its first visit in 2007, the national nonprofit’s mobile recording unit has returned to capture more conversations for eternity’s sake. A little legacy goes a long way.
Ceramicists, painters, woodworkers, photographers, and other artists will also participate in the tour this year, spanning Opelousas to Crowley — and all other points in the region.
Up and down the Teche, communities are turning to the bayou once more as a vehicle for economic and cultural development. Is it a model Lafayette could follow on the Vermilion?
Farmers across the state have struggled through the intense summer heat and drought, leaving farm stands barren and causing financial losses that are difficult to recoup.
Phil Van Roy left France to follow his wife to Lafayette. His new shop, Be True Tattoo, finds Zen in the art of indoor plants and French folk music.
The 12-foot puppet, towering over crowds of fans during her trek worldwide, is a child herself, bringing awareness to the plight of refugees around the world.