• Temple of Bel in Syria is destroyed; twice-divorced clerk ordered to issue gay marriage licenses; arrest made in Bangkok bombing and more national and international news for Tuesday, September 1, 2015 ...
  • A&E
    The host for this month’s Les Vues Film Series is Shane K. Bernard, historian and curator for the McIlhenny Company, who will be showing three short films Monday night at Vermilionville ...
  • In the spot Guillory also wears a wig, a cowboy hat, appears to spit on the ground and lets loose a string of racial descriptions to cover a variety of ethnicities ranging from Italian-Americans and Native Americans to those of Asian descent ...
  • Group is asking Sen. David Vitter for help, claims the feds are trying to gut the payday lending industry. ...
  • But will city leaders figure out a way to tweak existing law and allow the popular live-music bistro to stay open? ...
  • In 2005 local ad exec Larry Sides was assisting Louisiana DHH with a disaster drill to train for a potential mass health emergency. When Hurricane Katrina struck, the head of DHH asked the head of Louisiana State Police if it could make a ...
  • The District 6 incumbent’s suggestion that a 300-percent tax increase is imminent called ‘dead wrong’ by public works director ...
  • A&E
    The eighth and final piece in Lafayette filmmaker Stephen Meaux’s series of documentary shorts on local music casts its lens on a popular, under-the-radar string band ...
The BBC looks at the threat of coastal erosion to Cajun culture. Also today, some eloquence about Katrina and a Twitter account you need to follow ...

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The BBC looks at the threat of coastal erosion to Cajun culture. Also today, some eloquence about Katrina and a Twitter account you need to follow ...
Temple of Bel in Syria is destroyed; twice-divorced clerk ordered to issue gay marriage licenses; arrest made in Bangkok bombing and more national and international news for Tuesday, September 1, 2015 ...
But will city leaders figure out a way to tweak existing law and allow the popular live-music bistro to stay open? ...
Group is asking Sen. David Vitter for help, claims the feds are trying to gut the payday lending industry. ...
Barge builder says layoffs will start Oct. 23 ...
Cameron shareholders get 56 percent premium in cash and stock deal, one of many mergers expected in the struggling industry ...

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