When the good times fade away, check ’em out online.


The singer-songwriter is making available to fans for five days only an unreleased track from the Le Fou sessions, “Bonsoir, Bonsoir.”

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.

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