SIGN UP FOR NEWSLETTER
VIEW THE DIGITAL EDITION ARCHIVES
Calendar of Events
La La Land
Spirited March for Science courses through UL Research Park
Vermilion, West Cote Blanche bays projects added to coastal Master Plan
Brew-haha erupts over university-branded beers
Basinkeeper: CRPA plans benefit a few millionaires
With federal funds flowing, Restore Louisiana Task Force meets Friday
Theall pulls even in the money race as Perret's contributions dry up
Walter Pierce RE:
Delay, delay till after Election Day
Is this now Susan Theall's race to lose?
LPSB answers the misinformation
LWV-L: Support for public schools is 'a Lafayette value'
What’s the matter with Lake Charles?
Candyce Perret’s very troubling candidacy
Calendar of Events
On the Record: Gregg Martinez — 'Soul of The Bayou'
May 31, 2016
There’s a lot of soul sounds on these tracks, along with smoky Southern grooves, Delta guitar licks and swamp pop styles ...
On the Record: The Boogie Kings
May 24, 2016
With a title as bold as "Legacy," this really should have been a live recording featuring the Boogie Kings doing what they do best — performing live ...
Back Tracks: Ronnie Chauvin/Ramada
May 20, 2016
The lead singer of Frigg A-Go-Go lifts the curtain on The Penetrating Sounds of Frigg A-Go-Go, the band’s first full-length record — recorded in a sandwich shop in the hopes of buying a van ...
On the Spot: Mark Meaux
May 13, 2016
Could another run by the Bluerunners be in the works? ...
AcA hosts 'Play It Again' spring instrument drive
May 9, 2016
The Acadiana Center for the Arts will be collecting and repairing instruments through its Play It Again Instrument Recycling Program now through July 18 ...
On the Record: Brass Bed
April 27, 2016
'In The Yellow Leaf' is a tremendous record that doesn’t sound like it came from a small label ...
LUS Fiber’s Wi-Fi hotspots return to FIL
April 22, 2016
Local provider offers free, high-speed service at three locations ...
Get a ‘Rise’ out of Michael Juan Nunez’s new record
April 14, 2016
Nunez may pull vocabulary from a few different vernaculars but is fluent in his own tongue ...
On the Spot: G. John Prestigiacomo
April 8, 2016
Though G. John Prestigiacomo started playing fiddle after he retired; he’s quickly become a sought-after bow master ...
Faith in country
March 24, 2016
Acadiana’s Ken Holloway may be singing “I’m Leaving,” but his Christian values aren't going anywhere ...
Who pays for what on the I-49 Connector remains unknown, at the city's peril
We don't know what the Connector will look like, or who will pay for it ...
Animal rights group renews effort to free &lsquo;Tony&rsquo;
After several failed legal maneuvers by the Animal Legal Defense Fund since 2011, the 16-year-old Bengal-Siberian tiger still languishes amid diesel fumes in an eclosure skirting I-10 ...
C'est what? High-speed internet for schools nixed for lack of interest
A plan to provide high-speed internet access to Louisiana's public school districts at no cost to them has died because local educators showed too little interest ...
Candyce Perret&rsquo;s very troubling candidacy
She’s been less than truthful, won’t face her opponents in public forums and has left more questions than answers in this short election. Let’s hope the public has until April 29 to get some answers ...
Introducing The Current