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February-March 2015

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In This Issue

Indie Pop With A Cajun Twist

New Orleans-based Sweet Crude gives props to its members’ Acadian heritage.

Garden Fresh

how to grow these springtime staples, plus three light & easy recipes the new year off right

My Toughest Case - Bringing Compassion to The Law


Spring Holiday Treats

Mardi Gras, Valentine’s Day and St. Patrick’s Day

Dig Into Spring

Gardening in style

Houma - City of the Year

Strengthened by a robust local economy, high quality of living and blossoming downtown, Acadiana’s eastern jewel exemplifies the best of the true Cajun lifestyle

Mediterranean in Acadiana

Restaurants across the region offer distinct, flavorful cuisine.

Top Lawyers

366 listings in 48 categories

The Benefit of Beads

While working full-time in Sulphur, 31-year-old Liz Bergeron operates Here and There Boutique, a jewelry business inspired by a mission trip to Kenya.

Nouvelles Des Villes

A Tale of Two Mardi Gras

Around Acadiana

Gatherings, carnivals and activities around Acadiana.

Cajun Bloody Mary

Hair of the dog, with a local addition

My Toughest Case - Mental Illness & Divorce

Bernard Thomas “Tom” Shea

For the Love of Antique Wood

A timber frame fashioned by Amish craftsmen showcases the enduring beauty of reclaimed lumber in a house designed by Acadia Parish farmers in Iota.

Mamou Moments

Give Your Heart Away

Romantic gifts from local vendors for Valentine’s Day

Jane's Son

Of all the obstacles Lockport’s Hank Holland’s overcame, the hardest has been the loss of his mother. And so, he paints.

A New Look

Acadiana Profile magazine expands as the region thrives