Your creative juices will flow, just as the wine flows into your glass.
Fresh off its recent merger with the Acadiana Center for the Arts, the nonprofit arts present will bring a variety of performances including dance, chamber music and a Grammy-winning jazz master to the Heymann Performing Arts Center.
After years of neglect, University Place Apartments will enter the fall semester a top contender for off-campus housing for UL students thanks to new ownership and a recently completed multi-million dollar renovation.
Attempts to limit Gulf Coast oil spill penalty money to coastal restoration in the Louisiana Constitution failed to gain legislative passage for a second year, while disagreements continue over just how tightly the dollars should be restricted.
The state education board is being asked to allocate $2 million for a pilot program to expand online high school course offerings to public school students.
Parents will soon be able to try to get poor-performing schools in the Recovery School District returned to local control.
Potential executive sessions are scheduled Wednesday during a special meeting of the Lafayette Parish School Board to start the administrative hearing processes for two bus drivers, one being Kenny Mire, who has been on paid leave since his OWI arrest in 2009.
INDEats Downtown Dish is Andoli's Special, a hand-held savory delight.
Local improvisational theatre troupe Silverbacks, formerly the Stage Monkeys of Lafayette, return to Theatre 810 on Wednesday to deliver more of their unique improv comedy.
Environmental advocates and casual visitors alike are questioning the Coast Guard decision to quit sending out BP-funded crews that have looked for oil deposits on northern Gulf Coast beaches on a regular basis since the 2010 spill.
Louisiana's free college tuition program called TOPS carries a hefty price tag in a state budget that has been throttled with cuts.
UCLA used what's becoming its tried-and-true formula to start the College World Series with a victory.
Seven people including Lafayette District Court Judge Jules Edwards will be inducted July 12 into the Louisiana Justice Hall of Fame.
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