Griffin became a part of America's television pantheon during her four-year stint portraying Vickie Groener on NBC's Brooke Shields sitcom Suddenly Susan. The caustic redhead has since earned a reputation for dishing out the dirt on Hollywood's celebrities as part of her stand-up routine. When she took on Jerry Seinfield in her act, he made her a part of his show as the character Sally Weaver, a fictional character who blasts Seinfeld during her stand-up bit.
Griffin rolls into Lafayette on Friday for a one-night only show at the Heymann Center for Performing Arts. All proceeds from her performance will benefit Stuller Place, which provides assistance to survivors of sexual abuse and assault.
For the uninitiated, Griffin's language can get pretty foul, and her content is geared for adults. And despite all of her claims of being a sub-par celebrity, Griffin must be making her way up Hollywood's social ladder, or at least moving up to its C-List, because Miss Hollywood's handlers declined our request for an interview.
Stuller Place presents comedian Kathy Griffin at the Heymann Performing Arts Center, Friday, July 27, at 8:30 p.m. Doors open at 7:30 p.m., and tickets are $53. All proceeds benefit Stuller Place. Griffin's mature subject matter and language is recommended for a mature audience. For more information about the show or about Stuller Place, visit www.stullerplace.com.
September's $509 million in sales pushed Lafayette Parish's nine-month total to $4.4 billion.
The Louisiana Supreme Court has punted on its first chance to decide whether a new state constitutional provision declaring gun possession a fundamental right could void a long list of criminal statutes that regulate firearms.
New Orleans' offense, which ranks sixth in the NFL, isn't helping many of its skill players pile up Pro Bowl-type stats. Rather, the approach of coach Sean Payton and quarterback Drew Brees has enabled a wide range of play-makers to emerge periodically with high-production outings.
An ordinance phasing out a rebate businesses receive for collecting and remitting sales taxes is tabled, but it doesn’t solve the vexing issue of government revenue.
From jewelry to home goods, deals abound
Forgiving shapes for NOLA Bowl
Here's your daily look at late-breaking national and international news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Thursday, December 12, 2013:
As part of a national undertaking known by industry insiders as the “Butterfly Project,” a rebranded version of The Daily Advertiser is set to launch with Sunday’s edition of the Gannett-owned paper.
Louisiana moved up a slot to 48th in the ranking of healthy states — once again, thank God for Mississippi! — so all this frettin’ about Gov. Bobby Jindal’s refusal to expand Medicaid per Obamacare ... fuggidaboutit! We don’t need Medicaid no more!
The Denham Springs woman who placed Christmas lights in the shape of a butter finger on her roof in a display of anger directed at neighbors has doubled the trouble for the 2013 holiday season.
The New Orleans architect behind the 1984 World’s Fair also left his mark on Lafayette.
Laid back vibe just right for NOLA Bowl
The 30-second commercial, to run around the state, is the Democratic senator's first TV spot in her bid for re-election to a fourth term.
It's a number that has edged up but falls far short of the thousands who are eligible for subsidized coverage.
A group of mostly higher education leaders will make recommendations to state lawmakers about how to tweak the policies governing tuition rates charged at the state's public colleges.
Week long specials and a ribbon cutting celebration held in Parc Lafayette
Fort Worth company's new facility at Lafayette Regional Airport will build helicopters primarily for the export market.
Could River Ranch restaurant be the next star?
Move over Hooters — there’s a new breastaurant coming to town.
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