Acadiana Profile - December-January 2018

Forging Ahead

In a saturated art scene, Lafayette artist Sam Riehl stands out as a blacksmith

Chairman of the boards

Tee Don Landry of Key of Z Rubboards in Sunset shapes the sound of Zydeco music one instrument at a time

The Grand Jimmie

  Like many good stories, this one starts in a barber shop. One day in the ‘60s, Elmo Ancelet and Ferdinand “Lolo” Broussard, were clipping hair on Jefferson Street in Lafayette. One of the regular customers was James Domengeaux, called…

Liquid Epiphany

A seductive Twelfth Night Sour inspires winter imbibing and revelry with an afterglow

Island Inspiration

A cookbook author’s residence is designed for gourmet adventures in a resort setting

Stormy Weather

Gray is the laidback neutral you’ll want to wrap up in all winter

Note from the Editor

  You’d be hard pressed to convince me there is a better smell On Earth than that of freshly brewed coffee. Unless we are talking about the aroma of freshly brewed coffee mingling with the sweet and savory scents of…

Nouvelles De Villes

  Lafayette Worth Waiting For Rock ‘n’ Bowl de Lafayette was scheduled to open in December in the Whitney Bank building, which is undergoing extensive renovations. Instead, owner Jonny Blancher told Acadiana Profile he expects the opening date will be…

Oh What A Night

Annual Tops of Acdiana party brings the best of the region to Broussard

Game On

Restaurants around Acadiana are serving up wild meat, fowl and gator, you just have to know where to go

Shimmer & Shine

DIAMONDS (left to right) A classic diamond tennis bracelet is an excellent addition to her jewelry box. Wear it alone or stack it for a cool, playful effect. Lafayette Jewelers. This gorgeously ornate necklace is fit for a snow queen.…

Rise and Dine

5 breakfast and brunch favorites that’ll stick to your ribs day or night