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Selling Cajun

tough to walk into a local retail outlet these days and not see an assortment of UL Lafayette merchandise. With 34 shops signed on as retail partners, not to mention 30 more establishments offering Ragin’ Cajuns Strong Championship Blend coffee or Ragin’ Cajun Wines, fans don’t have to travel far to support their home team.

The Making of The Ragin’ Cajun Brand

Ragin’ Cajun fans have always had pride in their team, but the number of ways they can show that pride has been rising, especially over the past year. Whether tailgating, attending a community function or dressing in black-tie, Cajuns fans have a plethora of gear and accessories to help them cheer their team to victory.

Hey, Rouge! Hey, Blanc!

The UL Alumni Association, in collaboration with the Weibel Family Vineyards, offers three varieties of Ragin’ Cajun Wines. Available in Ragin’ Cajun Blanc!, Ragin’ Cajun Rouge!, and Ragin’ Cajun Sparkle!, these quality wines are a perfect way to showcase your UL pride and spirit.


It fires up March 6 with its best lineup yet of indigenous music at Parc Sans Souci.

Binge for breakfast

It’s been a general rule of mine over the years that if a restaurant has a specific dish in the name, you don’t order anything other than that dish and expect a positive result.


When the album is named #imsoneworleans, it is easier to talk about what it is and what it is not. Kermit Ruffi ns’ latest is a love letter to the Crescent City. It is a smooth yet unpolished jazz record.

Innovators of the Year Unveiled

Innovation award winners will be featured in a panel discussion during the INNOV8 Acadiana Technology and Entrepreneurial Summit on Saturday, Nov. 14, at LITE.


Too bad the Lafayette Reggae & Cultural Festival isn’t around anymore. It would be a great way to intro Smoov Ras to a bigger stage and to music lovers of Lafayette who don’t frequent live music venues.

Ça c’est bon

Herb Roe understands Cajun culture — courirs, boucheries, festivals and everything in between — and he conveys far more than just its novelty.

Family Affair

A new documentary dovetailing with Festivals Acadiens et Créoles explores the rich musical bonds between black and white Francophones.

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