The state Department of Education is either cooking the books or simply incompetent in establishing the success of the voucher program Gov. Bobby Jindal wants to expand. Because the numbers just don’t add up.
Girard Park residents risk way too much if they give in to attorney Jimmy Davidson’s attempts to bring commercial development to their historic neighborhood.
An Independent Analysis
Health & Fitness
From the vanguard of medical technology to tried and true healthy diet tips, leaders in Acadiana’s health care sector offer all you need to know about living well and living long.
January 18, 2012
Ten young artists with ties to Acadiana portend a bright future for the Hub City’s art scene.
By Anna Purdy Photos by Robin May
ArtWalk has been going for 15 years in downtown Lafayette’s galleries, bars, restaurants, retail and service industry shops. The masses mingle, mulling art to buy. Downtown Development Authority has been the major propagator of ArtWalk, but like all good ideas it’s evolved into more than that.
January 11, 2012
What’s the Deal?
Last week’s council leadership elections were a bizarre and possibly revealing harbinger of the year to come. Is 2012 shaping up to be the Year of the Veto?
By Walter Pierce
Photos by Robin May
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