“This house is very livable and very functional,” Hebert says. It also achieves a warmth some people don’t think you get with a more modern living space. Hebert recoils at the word contemporary thanks to images of the Jetsons and round, plastic pieces. This version of new design has a welcoming air about it.
By the time Commissioner Troy Hebert opened up proceedings to public comment during Artmosphere owner Berry Kemp’s hearing before the state Office of Alcohol and Tobacco Control on Feb. 25 in Lafayette, it was pretty obvious that Artmosphere would not have its liquor license revoked.
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.
Who are those caped crusaders and masked marvels? None other than the super heroes of the Acadiana chapter of The American Advertising Federation who joined together on a cold night in February in the fight against bad branding and celebrate creative excellence in local advertising.