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ACLU sues Lafayette cop over cell-phone pic
JBE, superintendent clash over rules rewrite
Suit: federal judge mentally incompetent
Who pays for what on the I-49 Connector remains unknown, at the city's peril
As Ackal walks, 7 former deputies go to prison
Animal rights group renews effort to free ‘Tony’
Walter Pierce RE:
What’s the matter with Lake Charles?
Candyce Perret’s very troubling candidacy
Have you ever been deported?
This week in terrifying the Baptists while picking their pockets
The Multiplier Effect
Good read: Bob Mann on La.’s cowardly GOP congressmen
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In Case You Missed It
Dec. 22, 2016
As the year closes, take note of these entertainment items you may have overlooked ...
On the Spot: Ryan Cazares of Sour Sedans
Dec. 16, 2016
Vocalist and guitarist Ryan Cazares talks about Melting Pot 6 and the way to get rich by offering things for free ...
On the Record: Steve Riley & The Mamou Playboys do Noël
Dec. 2, 2016
As far as holiday records go, this one is a keeper, destined to come home every year for the holidays — at least at south of Interstate 10 ...
On the Record: Christopher Slim
Nov. 30, 2016
Slim’s latest project is a tough and ballsy business, a malt shop massacre kind of love ...
Al Berard Music Fest celebrates Pyook, honors legacy
Nov. 23, 2016
Started after his untimely passing in 2014, the Al Berard Music Festival returns on Dec. 3 at NUNU Arts and Culture Collective in Arnaudville ...
On the Spot: ‘The Last Waltz’
Nov. 16, 2016
Locals recreate The Band’s final peformance Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 at Acadiana Center for the Arts ...
Sekhani closes out Bach Lunch series Friday
Nov. 2, 2016
Roots rocker Kevin Sekhani, formerly of The Mercy Brothers, brings his high-energy, gospel-tinged rock ’n’ roll to Parc Sans Souci Friday for the last of the concert series’ fall 2016 run ...
For the first time since 2007, The Weary Boys play the Blue Moon
Nov. 2, 2016
The Weary Boys were indicative of the sound that had a great run in Austin and Lafayette during the early 2000s: anchored in traditional and old school country music but played with a youthful, near manic vibrancy ...
On the Record: SideBurner
Oct. 26, 2016
Everything moves at full throttle and chaos is the currency ...
On the Record: Doublewide
Oct. 20, 2016
Doublewide is the band Motorhead’s Lemmy Kilmister would have fronted in Austin 12 years ago ...
Community chooses &lsquo;Journey&rsquo; for airport
The colored-glass design was also the choice of IND readers in our own survey ...
Higgins pledges support for I-49 South
Higgins joins the national GOP's resurgent interest in infrastructure spending, saying the Louisiana congressional delegation unanimously supports completing I-49 South ...
Footlights go dark on Ricky Briggs, Lafayette comedian and actor
Ricky would definitely have some kind of smart-ass remark at the ready if he saw how much fuss folks are making about his untimely death ...
Egan concerts celebrate life of gifted songwriter
"Sing It: The David Egan Songbook" will be a mini tour in March featuring an all-star cast performing David Egan's spectacular songs — and raising money for his eponymous fund ...
Karma&rsquo;s a Bitch
Lafayette has relied on a bar moratorium to control nightlife Downtown; our failure to address the issue with best-practices ordinances has come back to bite us ...
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