“We want to debunk a lot of myths, especially the [idea] that Creole means Black, because that’s so not true.”
Source: Festival International
I look around at those of us in the generation that followed Geraldine Hubbell, and I have not yet found anyone with her talent, her generous spirit or dynamic drive who can ever replace her in our cultural scene.
Mandolia Jean-Batiste has finished marathons or half-marathons in all 50 states. Now she’s racing to complete the world’s top six marathons
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?
While flavors and ingredients differ, savoring the taste of home is a common thread linking Latin America and South Louisiana.
At $60 million, funding for superparks and other recreation projects represents Lafayette’s largest economic development investment since LUS Fiber. It may not pay off.
People leave for life and love. Mostly, they leave for jobs. Wherever they are, they stay in touch.
While Downtown Lafayette embraces Pride, many queer people elsewhere in Acadiana struggle to find connection and representation.
Organizations have worked to make the river cleaner. But how safe is the Vermilion? Well, when was the last time it rained?
UL submitted the lone entry. LCG announced a tentative deal with the university last year.
There’s plenty to love in Lafayette. Tell us what you love the most.