• The City-Parish Council might soon debate banning roosters in the city limits because it’s 4:30 a.m. and damn it, bird!
  • A&E
    Lafayette’s favorite alt rockers return to Festival International to bring us the swirling fuzzy power pop that they’re known for.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Fashion and music meet from La. to L.A.
  • 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.
When Bobby's gone half the time - who's in charge? Is it Charles? Jim Brown has a better idea. Also today in La La Land, Melba's is offering chicken for tips and Clancy says Bobby's a big fat liar.

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Feb. 10, 2015 10:09 AM

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The City-Parish Council might soon debate banning roosters in the city limits because it’s 4:30 a.m. and damn it, bird!
Members of the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education are asking for a tally of the participation rate and will decide later whether the "opt-outs" are so widespread that they want to take some action.
Hundreds of historians from all over the country have descended on Lafayette this week for the annual conference of the Louisiana Historical Association, bringing with them a wealth of knowledge on both the traditional and rarely tread histories of our state.
Entering its 25th year, the Junior Leadership Program aims to keep Acadiana’s best and brightest at home.
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.