The UL campus adds fruit trees to its impressive catalogue of flora.
By Marie Labro
In April 2010, UL Lafayette was awarded the title of Tree Campus USA and was one of five colleges across the country selected by the national Arbor Day Foundation to host a tree-planting event where students and community volunteers planted 43 trees that now provide shade to the heart of the campus. This year, they decided to aim even higher.
In words and photographs, Carl Brasseaux and Philip Gould reintroduce us to the enduring and often fragile beauty of Acadiana. By Anna Purdy
The test of a remarkable coffee table book is simply this: Does it charm those who are most familiar with its subject? Does it make the standard, the seen, the explored suddenly seem fresh and inspiring? Does it make you think, “I never knew that”?
A new coffee table book celebrates the coffee tables — and armoires, dressers,
cabinets and chairs — of Louisiana’s Cajun and Creole past. By Anna Purdy
Seven years and thousands of miles traveled to snap photographs in the homes of collectors as well as museums has culminated in Furnishing Louisiana: Creole and Acadiana Furniture, 1735 - 1835 ...
Top of the Hops seeks to educate the public on the nuances of beer. By Wynce Nolley
The 2nd Annual Top of the Hops Beer Festival is coming back to the Cajundome Saturday, April 9. The event is presented by Abita Beer and features more than 150 beers from breweries as close as Broussard and as far away as Belgium.
A Lafayette fashion team celebrates classic women’s fashions. By Krista Richmond
Erin Shelton is a modern-day Audrey Hepburn.
Much like her idol, she has perfectly coiffed brunette curls, wide eyes, a warm smile and a ladylike — almost retro — sense of style. And she’s bringing those 1950s looks back with modern touches in her fashion line, Inshel, now available at Birdies Boutique, located at the corner of University Avenue and Coolidge Street.
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