Fashion Feature WED, APR 18 12:00AM
Dress for the Event: Festival International
Photographer - Robin May Fashion Coordinator - Robin Hebert
Camille Prejean, Heather Arceneaux and Aaron Kentrall
UL Architecture and Design Program Event House
Austin Duhon with Design by Todd
Flowers Beyond Flowers
For more information about The Event House go to
F. Camalo, 458 Heymann Boulevard in The Oil Center
Ph: 337.233.4984. Brother's on the Boulevard, 101 Arnould Boulevard in Midtown. Ph: 337.984.7749. Kiki, 1910 Kaliste Saloom Road, Main Street in River Ranch. Ph: 337.406.0904.
Vanessa V., 5520-E Johnston Street.
Ph: 337.504.4467. The Backpacker, 1916 Kaliste Saloom Road, Main Street in River Ranch. Ph: 337.406.8754. Raffaele/Dolci Modi, 2817 Johnston Street in South College Center. Ph: 337.234.0900.
Little Town, 1116 Coolidge Boulevard in The Oil Center. Ph: 337.268.9499.
Vertigo Clothing, 201 Settlers Trace, Main Street in River Ranch.
Ph: 337.991.9980. Hemline, 1910 Kaliste Saloom Road, MainStreet at River Ranch. Ph: 337.406.1119.
Jewelie's Boutique, 407 Rena Drive.
Ph: 337.984.8009. Herringstones, 111 Settlers Trace, Main Street in River Ranch. Ph: 337.993.0062.
Brother's on the Boulevard,
101 Arnould Boulevard in Midtown Ph: 337.984.7749.
Knotting Hill, 201 Settlers Trace
Main Street in River Ranch Ph: 337.504.4720
David Calhoun, ‘EB’ Brooks join Lafayette Central Park
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.
Remembering Ricky Rees
The veteran police officer remembered by friends for his large and small acts of kindness will be laid to rest Wednesday.
Zachary Barker takes helm of the Opportunity Machine
Zachary Barker continues making waves in Lafayette’s business scene, mostly recently being named director of the Opportunity Machine.
Shakin' at the Shack
There will soon be a whole lot of shakin’ going on at Benny’s Sportshack Supplement Depot, a new concept by Opelousas native Benny Nele. Located at 2002 Johnston St., the supplement shop, smoothie bar and café, featuring hot off the press paninis and wraps, plans to open in late May.
Lafayette’s ‘sinking ship’ is cash flow positive
“We’ve crossed that magic threshold,” LUS Director Terry Huval says.
in case you missed it
COOL TOWN 2013
This year’s Cool Town issue is all about people who are not native to South Louisiana but made a conscious decision to be here, to be among us, to participate in our culture and contribute to it.
A curious compact
A shelved ordinance transferring $200,000 from a northside drainage project to a south Lafayette development may not break any laws, but it stinks to high heaven.
It's good, it's bad and it's just plain crazy.
Saving Saturday Night
An effort to restore a shuttered dancehall and document other vacant or razed honky-tonks could serve as a model for saving an endangered species of entertainment.
Posthaste vs. HART FORTENBERY
Lafayette’s gene pool has been host to a long line of eccentric characters who have blurred the lines between crazy, genius, disturbed and curiously entertaining.