As temperatures drop in Acadiana, it’s time to get cozy-chic.
Acadiana Profile - October-November 2014
Places to hear music while you dine
Gatherings, carnivals and activities around Acadiana.
Exploring the haunting beauty, spectral shadows and wandering souls of Louisiana’s storied plantations
The disappearance of a Jesuit missionary, a South Louisiana native, remains a mystery today, nearly 25 years after he seems to have vanished from the face of the earth. Fr. Eugene John Hebert, S.J., was born in Jennings on Oct.…
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New Book in French and English Graced with a beautiful painting by the late George Rodrigue on the cover, the long-awaited Acadie Then and Now: A People’s History by Warren Perrin, Mary Broussard Perrin and Phil Comeau has arrived ($29.95…
Work in the culinary arts sometimes requires extensive traveling to perfect a craft or to move up in the kitchen hierarchy. Many of Acadiana’s chefs, for instance, hail from other regions of the country, sometimes other parts of the world.…
A seafood holiday menu
Three Teachers at the Head of the Class + Some of Acadiana’s Top Area Schools.
Sulphur artist Lerin Freyou reinvents old, discarded items into dazzling works of art reflective of her Acadiana roots.
A total transformation results in an enduring tropical vacation zone
For Kerry Onxley, Artistic Director of The Children’s Theatre Company of Lake Charles and Westlake High School, the show has gone on… and on, and on, and on.
Experts agree on a definition of Creole that recognizes, among other things, European origins. As the Acadiana flag shows, it focuses on only two countries: France and Spain. Our status as a former colony of these former empires, along with…