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‘Freakishly warm’ Gulf could trigger powerful spring storms
JBE’s tax plan surprises many
3 people, K-9 officer dead, cop wounded in Acadia shootings
Lawmaker vows to fix La. marriage law
Agenda for spring session taking shape
Green alliance offers advice to LCG on water contamination
Walter Pierce RE:
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
Survey says: Journey
Calendar of Events
Arts community offended by bill amendment
May 17, 2016
The add-on from state Sen. Dan Claitor would require the state to ask artists to donate their work to state construction projects before actually purchasing art ...
American Craft Beer Week begins in Acadiana
May 16, 2016
Special Releases and Tap Takeover events highlight craft brewing in Acadiana ...
Foundation (still) seeking ‘Culturepreneurs’ for arts-loan program
May 13, 2016
The Louisiana Cultural Economy Foundation is looking for creatives — artists, composers, potters, choreographers, etc. — who are looking for a cash infusion for projects and works ...
Horse Farm gets official name this Saturday at Party in the Park
May 10, 2016
Party in the Park will take place on Saturday, May 14, from 11:30 a.m. - 8 p.m., to celebrate the naming of the park as well as other major announcements pertaining to recent fundraising successes ...
Boogie Kings rock penultimate DTA
May 6, 2016
One of the most storied bands in South Louisiana history will brass up Parc Sans Souci Friday night for the second-to-last Downtown Alive! of spring 2016 ...
Downtown Alive, The Revelers, need we say more?
April 29, 2016
Grammy-nominated swamp poppers to perform Downtown Alive! Friday ...
Gulf Brew moves to Blackham
April 25, 2016
Postponed last year, the Acadiana Center for the Arts’ annual and biggest fundraiser returns in 2016, moving back to summer from a brief run in the fall and into a new venue ...
Bach Lunch closes on international note
April 20, 2016
The spring concert series ends with a folksy bang as Festival International ramps up ...
Poet Bourque to receive prize from UL
The Associated Press
April 18, 2016
The James William Rivers Prize in Louisiana Studies honors writers, researchers, cooks, musicians and others whose work is important for Louisiana ...
The most creative people on Earth
April 15, 2016
Artist Alex Bien-Aimé and Glenn Stokes talk Haitian art at AcA on Saturday ...
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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