T-Bob Taylor, of Panama City Beach, Florida, tells this story:
Tickets are on sale for the first performance in the Arts Council of Pointe Coupee's 2021 Performing Arts Series featuring pianist Michael McDowell at 7 p.m. Jan. 23 in the Julien Poydras Museum and Arts Center, 500 W. Main St., New Roads. Attenda…
The 8th annual Boudin Festival has been postponed until September, according to a statement issued Friday by the city of Scott.
Maverick's Q-N-Brew, a barbecue catering business, is scheduled to open a new restaurant on July 1 in the old train depot on Main Street in Zachary, but co-owner Laura Fontenot is hoping the opening day will be earlier.
“Today, the lilting fiddle-, accordion- and triangle-based music is enjoyed by fans around the world. But since the pandemic struck, the vast majority of live music venues in Cajun country have fallen silent. … Hundreds of musicians who play Cajun…
"Locked Down" isn't the first movie set during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the HBO Max streaming exclusive won't be the last of its kind.
Tanya Zaunbrecher is a mother, wife, and a registered interior designer at the company she runs with her husband, Zaunbrecher Design. The couple work together and play together. They are currently the King and Queen of the Krewe of Carnival en Rio…
We will be forever grateful to George Graham for sharing his recipe for Boudin King Cake, and especially this year when we will be missing our most favorite south Louisiana celebration.
When Sheryl Boudy was a girl, she watched her father cook, learning how food should look and taste. She and her four siblings were his prep cooks, cutting corn off the cob, chopping bags of onions when they were on sale at Schwegmann’s.
Raising Cane’s is providing customers with an easier and faster way to order and receive their chicken finger meals with the launch of its first mobile ordering app.
“Warning: Coyote spotted in neighborhood.” You've probably seen such alerts pop up on Facebook or your neighborhood web page.
The Greater Southwest Louisiana Mardi Gras Association announced Monday that it would cancel all of its parades in Lafayette this year due to the pandemic, according to The Current.
Alzheimer’s disease is a degenerative brain disorder that has no cure. There's no way to slow or stop its progression, and there's no proven way to prevent it.
There's a familiar voice on the newly released audiobook "Mr. New Orleans: The Life of a Big Easy Underworld Legend" by New Orleans writer Matthew Randazzo V.
The Louisiana Art & Science Museum's new exhibit, "Experimental Light: Alyce Simon & Eva Lee," runs through July 11 in its Main and Second Floor galleries, 100 S. River Road. The show explores the work of two female artist-scientists, who …
In what would have been its 60th year, the Church Point Mardi Gras Courir and parade has been canceled, according to a statement from The Saddle Tramp Riders Club.
Richard Landry, a truck driver by trade and an avid sportsman, is still getting used to his newfound fame as a distiller.
Terry Grundmann, of Kenner, says, "Reading your column on various instructions, I was amazed when I bought a new car to find instructions on how to fasten a seatbelt.
TikTok, Twitter, text messages — the stream of content continues, but what if you gave this super-connected world a disconnection notice? Getting away from the buzz is one half of the 2020 Sundance hit, "Save Yourselves!," now streaming on Hulu.
John in Lacombe questions an Advocate story from last year about the lady claiming she was the first to expose her, uh, upper portion for Mardi Gras beads in 1976:
The newest event in the Acadiana Drive-In series will feature a fight night between Lafayette's own, Dustin Poirier, and Conor McGregor.
Every January, I clean out so much around the house that the cats and the kids worry they may be next. It all starts with my refrigerator.
Dr. Louis L. Martin, DVM, of Lafayette, says he's been an usher at St. Peter's in Carencro for over 40 years, and has collected some memorable stories in that time:
Some Baton Rouge restaurateurs are so confident 2021 will be a comeback year for their businesses, they're moving forward with plans to open new establishments.
Mandy Migues is a French immersion teacher at Paul Breaux Middle School and a radio host at KRVS. She is one of those people keeping the French language thriving in the community that she loves.
Watching scaled-back New Year's festivities in Times Square and counting down to midnight (made it all the way to 10:30 p.m.!), I recalled a New York story from Karen Poirrier, of Lutcher, about her recent trip there:
Crape myrtles are one of the most controversial and often-discussed ornamental plants among gardeners, landscapers, conservationists, naturalists, growers, researchers and educators.