• Former Louisiana Republican operative and New Media Director to the 2011 Bobby Jindal campaign, Taylor Huckaby recalls the birth, life, and death of his confidence in the Jindal brand.
  • Alabama Supreme Court halts gay marriage; feds find bias in Ferguson; miners trapped in Ukraine explosion and more national and international news for Wednesday, March 4, 2015.
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    One of the most recognized and influential talents in the zydeco world closes out the 2015 Festival International de Louisiane.
  • As Zachary Richard prepares an epic, multi-media celebration of the Acadians’ arrival in Louisiana 250 years ago, a younger generation of Cajun masters, Feufollet, sets sail for a new musical shore.
  • Has the extraordinary release of documents in the Seth Fontenot murder trial really served the public interest and — more important — his right to a fair trial?
  • Voters who want to see JoDu’s important initiatives completed or broadened will favor his right-hand man in the race to replace him.
  • Pitcher Jordan Wallace is giving fans something extra to pull for this season.
  • The farm to table movement has become quite popular these days, making touting the use of locally grown foods a relatively widespread restaurant and grocer marketing tool.
  • Fashion and music meet from La. to L.A.
  • The red carpet in Hollywood wasn’t the only one that rolled out for the Oscars Feb. 22. Ruffino’s on the River hosted a glam affair complete with red carpet, sparkling table décor and a wine dinner fit for an award.
  • Whether you’re planning a traditional, boho or beach wedding, you’ll be inspired for your big day at the 18th annual Bridal Show sponsored by IND Media.
CB goes all Inigo Montoya on Louisiana's media: "You keep using that word..." and asks them to hold off labeling anybody before we see what they actually are. Also today in La La Land, Tulane let an ultra-bad bug loose, and Bobby's headed to a pander-fest in Iowa with Cruz.

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Alabama Supreme Court halts gay marriage; feds find bias in Ferguson; miners trapped in Ukraine explosion and more national and international news for Wednesday, March 4, 2015.
A federal wrongful-death lawsuit has been filed against Iberia Parish Sheriff Louis Ackal and one of his deputies over the bizarre shooting death last year of Victor White III while in the backseat of a patrol car.
Many colleges and universities agree that $2,000 is what students and their families will pay in the form of an “excellence fee” proposed by Gov. Bobby Jindal’s administration.
Lafayette will soon be getting a new create-your-own pizza joint.
Louisiana's business lobbying groups are calling a centerpiece of Gov. Bobby Jindal's budget proposal for next year a multimillion-dollar tax hike on business.
Nearly 22 years after being purchased by a Georgia-based company, Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen still stresses its Bayou State roots.