A national movement aimed at eating food raised and grown locally is flourishing in Cajun Country.
Acadiana Profile - December-January 2011
Celebrates a Centennial
When I was a boy growing up in Franklin, La., in the 1950s, my mom would round up five or six of us kids to go and visit our grandma and great-grandma in nearby Jeanerette. After we kissed and hugged…
Gatherings, carnivals and activities around Acadiana.
LAFAYETTE – The Academy of Interactive Entertainment, a technical school specializing in video game, 3-D and animation effects and design, will open in the beginning of 2012 at the Louisiana Immersive Technologies Enterprise, or LITE, Center in ULL’s Research Park.…
“Is it not better that the opposite bank of the Mississippi should be settled by our own brethren and children than by strangers of another family? With which shall we be most likely to live in harmony and friendly intercourse?”––Thomas Jefferson…
A New Year’s Eve buffet is the perfect way to feed a crowd.
Undaunted by prevailing decorating dictates, John and Toni Daigre’s home artfully showcases all of their years together.
The Paul and Lulu Hilliard Museum in Lafayette honors an Acadiana art legend, Elemore Morgan Jr., by showcasing the work of those he taught and touched.
With Potato Salad on the Side