Mike and Elaine Cammarosano never know who's coming over for Sunday lunch. Or, for that matter, who will show up for Thanksgiving, Easter, Christmas or every LSU football game.
Proceeds from the 12th annual Boudin Cook-Off, which will also include a bacon festival for the first time, will help to offset expenses for a volunteer recovering from a massive heart attack.
The fifth annual Bayou Roundup will feature a special tribute to the Lafayette blues guitarist who performed at the Austin-inspired event each year.
Fall is a great time to visit your local farmers market. The tables and booths are just brimming with produce, proteins and fresh new faces.
Editor's note: Columnist Holly Clegg, who has been battling stomach cancer, has entered hospice care. She plans to continue her column at this time.
Hal Moore is a graphic designer by day. At night, on weekends and any spare time he can find, he runs his own art studio, Leaky Pen Productions. Hal is a very talented artist who is most known for his portraits — his latest include Joaquin Phoenix…
Shake Your Trail Feather Festival stands unique in a field crowded with outdoor music events and crucial, heritage and cultural awareness festivals.
Ja'Zyln James, 12, looked at a framed certificate with his name on it, smiled and took a bite from his third bowl of ice cream Tuesday afternoon.
Christian Youth Theater of Baton Rouge will perform the musical adaptation of Disney's animated feature "Tarzan" on Oct. 17-20 at LSU's Claude L. Shaver Theatre.
Less than three years had passed since Claire Carriere had taken her first Dear World portrait at University of Louisiana at Lafayette, but it felt like a lifetime for the graduating senior when she attended a repeat event on the campus last month.
Holy Ghost Catholic Church in Opelousas kicked off its centennial celebration over the weekend with a soulful second-line that took the church crowd from a morning Mass to an afternoon festival.
The Aquatic Therapy and Rehabilitation Institute in Florida defines Aquatic Therapy as the "use of water and specifically designed activity by qualified personnel to aid in the restoration, extension, maintenance and quality of function for person…
Two years ago, Mackie Price tested his DNA to learn about his family’s past. The biggest discovery turned out to be a daughter he didn’t know about.
Gentlemen, we hate to be the bearer of bad tidings, but what’s sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander. Besides, someone must tell you you’re in for a spin. The ladies just have to worry about leopard and layers, while you — well, let’s just g…
Although Jordan Chase was only a child during the years he and his family lived in the New Orleans area, the blues and soul permeating the city has stuck with him.
For the second year in a row, students from LSU School of Architecture’s fifth-year comprehensive design course have won first place in an Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture national design competition.
BalletX, Phildelphia's premiere contemporary ballet company, will open Baton Rouge Ballet Theatre's new season Oct. 20 in the Manship Theatre at the Shaw Center for the Arts.
Work by artist members Jamie Baldridge, Samuel Joseph Corso and Nonney Oddlokken will be on exhibit at the Baton Rouge Gallery, 1515 Dalrymple Drive, through Oct. 31. Admission is free to the BREC facility.
A few nights ago, over a plate of seafood pasta at a local bistro, my wife asked me if I was enjoying the book I was reading, an autobiography of a former first lady I had given to her for Christmas.
The LSU Museum of Art in the Shaw Center for the Arts, 100 Lafayette St., will host its third Thursday "Museum Happy Hour" from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Oct. 17. The program will include a look at the museum's Newcomb pottery collection then learning abou…
Michael McClure is an associate dean of the College of the Arts and professor of architecture at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. He is also a partner at EMC Architecture and Ada’s Dad. He is not the beat poet with the same name.
I am not an early riser by nature, but on Wednesday morning, I voluntarily got up at 6:15 a.m. My mama, Nelda Risher, was visiting and made homemade biscuits. She had already buttered the hot-out-of-the-oven-cast-iron-skillet-cooked biscuits.
Dear Smiley: The recent article about an incident involving a camel at a truck stop in Grosse Tete reminded me of a camel fight I saw in Izmir, Turkey, when I was in the Navy.
In a salute to “Jolie Blonde,” a heartbroken waltz now 90 years old, Festivals Acadiens et Créoles celebrates the role of women in Cajun and Creole music this weekend at Girard Park.
An unexpected Japanese artist will play with Cajun band Feufollet and zydeco group Horace Trahan and the Ossun Express this weekend.
HAMMOND — Fourteen Southeastern Louisiana University students have been chosen as members of the 2019 Homecoming queen and beau courts. The seven women and seven men will reign over Homecoming festivities, which wrap up Oct. 12.