Veteran restaurateur Charlie Goodson adds another dash of youth to his upscale eatery.
By Erin Z. Bass
Charlie Goodson first entered Lafayette’s restaurant scene with Judge Roy Bean’s. The year was 1972, his partner was the late artist Earl Hebert, and the concept was the city’s first singles bar and grill located in the current Café Vermilionville on Pinhook Road. Goodson would continue in the industry with Hub City Diner and Charley G’s, which opened in 1985, and other concepts in Metairie, New Orleans and Destin.
December 21, 2011
The overgrown back acreage of a driving range on one of Lafayette’s busiest thoroughfares is classified as ag property. What gives?
By Heather Miller
In Plain Sight
It’s been staring us in the face: The real beauty in the horse farm deal is what it could mean for UL.
By Leslie Turk
Wednesday, Novemeber 30, 2011
Was City-Parish President Joey Durel a factor in the District 44 House runoff? He certainly didn’t help Rep. Rickey Hardy, but there’s more to the story.
By Heather Miller and Walter Pierce
For a man whose name didn’t even appear on the Nov. 19 ballot in Lafayette Parish, City-Parish President Joey Durel somehow managed to score some pretty big election day losses.
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Even in defeat, state Rep. Rickey Hardy has no regrets. By Heather Miller
Political observers have never denied that in his almost two decades of public office, state rep. Rickey Hardy has been bold, sincere and unyielding in his often controversial endeavors that began on the Lafayette Parish School Board and four years ago moved to the Louisiana Legislature.
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