Heaven in a Glass
Ahhh! What a perfect way to enjoy the rest of the summer — with a perfectly shaken concoction from Village Café in River Ranch...
WHAT WOOD I DO TO SEE YOU?
These sunglasses are handmade in Portland, Ore., with designer Shwood engraved on the arm of each pair. They feel surprisingly light on your face, allowing it to breathe, unlike heavy plastic frames.
If you’ve been looking for a laundry cleaner with a list of ingredients you can actually pronounce, then check out this vegan-friendly laundry soap by Lafayette transplant Layne Smith. Frustrated with not finding any hypo allergenic or chemical-free soaps on local grocery store shelves, Smith decided to create her own recipe using local ingredients...
THE SON IS UP
Lafayette’s rising Creole prodigy Cedric Watson and his laudable Creole, Cajun and zydeco ensemble Bijou Creole are ready for the reinstatement of the Cajun/Zydeco category at next year’s Grammys with the release of Cedric’s first self-produced album, Le Soleil Est Levé.
A BOY AND HIS HORN
Hurricane Katrina’s devastating effects on New Orleans will not be soon forgotten, and there has already been a great number of books written on both the event and the people who endured it, but now there’s a new children’s book that relates this tragic happening through the innocent point of view of a 10-year-old boy.
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