Photo by Robin May  

The Little Big Cup, which specializes in the ‘classic Louisiana plate lunch,’ is representative of the tides of change now being felt in the tiny Cajun-French community.


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.


The Friends of Tommy Comeaux group erects a memorial dedicated to the physician-musician’s other love: cycling. It’s been 15 years since Dr. Tommy Comeaux died when he was struck by an out-of-control SUV while cycling in the Broussard area. Cycling was one of Comeaux’s passions, although most people knew him as a pathologist at Our Lady of Lourdes and many more knew him as a multi-instrumentalist alumnus of seminal rock and Cajun bands Coteau and Beausoleil.


Famed Louisiana-born playwright Tony Kushner turns his pen to our 16th president, and Oscar takes note.


Deirdre Gogarty’s determination to enter women’s boxing, and her skill once she arrived, made for a world-championship career.

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