Pub-rock master and songwriting legend Graham Parker in Lafayette? The Rumours are true.
A Northside institution opens its ovens on Kaliste Saloom Road.
After all of the hype and accolades, Festival International de Louisiane lived up to and even surpassed it all during its whirlwind tour of downtown Lafayette last week. A great mix of music, art, food and merchandise, as well as absolutely the grandest weather one could ask for, made the 26th annual event one for the record books.
There are seldom times when snacking on fried boudin balls, sampling melt-in-your-mouth catfish smothered in seafood étouffée, indulging in alligator sauce piquante and chasing it with a chicken schawerma wrap would be considered anything short of gluttonous.
Lost Bayou Ramblers’ latest release is new in the old-fashioned way.
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