“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.
For a performance called Poguetry in Motion, Spider Stacy of The Pogues will be joined by the Lost Bayou Ramblers, who back him playing songs from the famed Celtic rock band’s repertoire. While this is a Festival International debut, it is their second Lafayette appearance.