From Greek food to Mexican food, Party Girl loves to sample it all. IberiaBank's Private Banking department recently hosted a social, welcoming new physicians at Hamilton Medical Group. Coyote Blues served up a menu of crawfish and duck empanadas, crab cakes, coconut shrimp and smoked salmon in the bank tower. A room filled with doctors and seafood, what was a girl to do? New doctors recognized included Dr. Elizabeth Lawrence and Dr. Brian Bailey, and Party Girl also ran into Pat Trahan, Dr. Francine Manuel, Dr. Gary Stevens, Pam LeBlanc and Dr. George and Sarah Fuller.
A trip to the Governor's Mansion is always a treat, especially when it's for a good cause. Abdalla's Debbey Ryan was invited for a visit with Gov. Kathleen Blanco on behalf of the Lafayette Commission on the Needs of Women. Together the commission and governor plan to form a steering committee to reach women in our community and create a regional conference. "I think it's a wonderful opportunity for women leaders to be able to get a voice in government," Debbey says. "It's exciting to see a group of diverse women getting together." A Lafayette regional conference is planned for June at the Cajundome Convention Center. This girl will definitely be in attendance!
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Lafayette sisters head to LSU cheerleading squad
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Three bedroom colonial or three bedroom Carencro traditional home
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A children’s room for all seasons
Gaza truce unravels; Cantor exits early; immigration bill fails and more national and international news for Friday, August 1, 2014.
Congratulations to Stella Theriot and seven friends who will enjoy a private dinner hosted by INDEats and EatLafayette
The City-Parish Council on Tuesday will be asked to sign off on an agreement between UL Lafayette and Lafayette Consolidated Government that would expand mass transit opportunities for UL students by adding five additional buses to its shuttle run between Cajun Field and campus.
Four bedroom traditional or three bedroom French home
Louisiana's high school seniors are making increased strides on Advanced Placement exams.
The hip little River Ranch shop will open in the Acadiana Center for the Arts in time for the September ArtWalk.
Hot prints and cool wolves
The Alabama game is sold out but tickets for all other homes games can be purchased online at www.LSUtix.net.
Among the one-percenters nationally, Louisiana's fattest cat is a relative pauper.
The Republican governor sent a letter Thursday to the president, saying placement of the children in Louisiana could have "potential negative ramifications."
Many laws are minor, though some impact health care options, change educational programs and reach into people's everyday activities.
Responding to Tuesday’s federal appeals court decision to save Mississippi’s lone abortion clinic, Esquire magazine profiles the unique story behind one of the doctors working at the clinic in Jackson.
Acadiana's nightlife guide.
Lafayette’s first-ever Whole Foods Market will open its doors in September.
In reacting to the recently resurrected allegations of sexual abuse among local clergy, is the Catholic Diocese of Lafayette maintaining its old stance of protecting their own?
Louisiana's annual state sales tax holiday is Friday and Saturday.
Breakfast favorites served on a bubbly crust pair with a crisp salad
State Rep. Lenar Whitney — one of a handful of Republican candidates vying for Louisiana’s 6th Congressional district — has been described by Cook Political Report analyst David Wasserman as one of the most “frightening or fact-averse candidate[s]” he’s ever met following her reaction to an interview last week.