Caleb Elliott probably isn’t old enough to remember when vinyl records were the standard, but he’s celebrating the recent release of his new record, Where You Wanna Be, with a special printing on 10-inch vinyl. Devotees of the archaic music medium insist they sound warmer than CDs and MP3s. Maybe. Maybe not.
Either way, you can hear Caleb perform songs from the record and pick up vinyl copies of Where You Wanna Be during two solo acoustic performances this weekend: at 7 p.m. Friday at the Grapevine Café in Donaldsonville and, closer to home, at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Blue Dog Café here in Lafayette.
To find out more about Caleb, check out his website here. http://www.calebelliott.com/
Is it a crime for citizens to photograph, video, or take notes of a police officer in the line of duty, or a right protected by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution? Locally, such activity, as witnessed recently, will at the very least result in a night spent behind bars.
David Calhoun and Elizabeth “EB” Brooks are the first two employees of Lafayette Central Park Inc., the nonprofit charged with turning Lafayette Consolidated Government’s 100-acre Johnston Street Horse Farm property into a passive public park. Calhoun was named executive director, and Brooks is director of planning and design.
Episcopal School of Acadiana’s Dr. Joshua Caffery, chair of the school’s English Department, is headed to Washington, D.C., and the Library of Congress as the latest winner of the Alan Lomax Fellowship in Folklife Studies.