Wednesday, September 21, 2011
How a ’net nerd in Lafayette turned an insipid business model into a public-shame machine, then ducked back into his cyber cave when the heat was on. By Heather Miller
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Councilman Brandon Shelvin is Beatable. Is Lloyd Rochon the man to do it? (Plus other burning questions for Oct. 22)
Wednesday, September 7, 2011
By Walter Pierce • Photos by Robin May
A venerable, live-music institution in Lafayette for decades, Grant Street Dancehall may stop booking bands by late this year due to problems with its parking lot, which isn’t its parking lot. Confused? We’ll explain.
After evading angry customers since late 2010, Rene and Nina Ward of W. Home Furnishings have packed up and left town. They still insist a buyer will take over their defunct River Ranch store and make good on its debts.
By Heather Miller
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
By Jeremy Alford
Photos by Daniel Landry
Rookie Congressman Jeff Landry of New Iberia found a home in the Tea Party and an alliance with Sen. David Vitter. But is either a path to re-election?
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