|Mike Gervais, bartender with the most||Maria Capritto, Liz Stockstill and Rike Hass
|Martyn Thompson and Gary Cruice||Dr. Mike Maher, Dean David Barry and Mike Skinner|
|Rick Michot, Herman Thibeaux and Hunter Thibeaux grilling up paninis
||Mike Gervais, Mike Spears and Jo Ann Mendoza
|George Foster, Megan Hebert, Garland Bernard and Erica and Brian Bille||People lining up for some delicious grub
|The band was great!|
The UL Communications Department recently held its 10th annual Fish and Game Feast at the UL Alumni Center. And what a feast it was! Tables were filled with good eats cooked up by people in the department. Some of the standouts were the venison enchiladas, the duck and goose gumbo, venison and pork chili, shrimp and eggplant casserole, and there was even a panini press to make venison paninis! A Cajun trio set the tone by playing some great tunes while everyone enjoyed the food. There was also a silent auction that included a duck hunting trip with Dr. Mike Maher, a fishing trip with Jim Davidson (KATC-TV3’s morning show fishing expert), a few paintings and a whole lot of UL goodies. Fortunately, the rain held off until the party was over, and I managed to sneak home with a few leftovers.
A source close to the team tells The IND QB Broadway will play in tonight's bowl game against Tulane.
Grads and gridiron fans gear up for game day and paint the town red
Jindal describes the privatization as a cost-cutting move to save the state more than $100 million this year, while improving services and medical training.
A Baton Rouge judge is reconsidering his decision to throw out Gov. Bobby Jindal's revamp of teacher tenure and salary laws.
Ambassador François Delattre will also receive an honorary doctorate of francophone studies at the commencement at the Cajundome.
During the past seven games, the Saints have forced two turnovers — a league low during that span. Now they're trying to figure out what has changed since their first seven games, when they forced 15 turnovers.
Choice cuts from Acadiana’s news media for Friday, Dec. 20, 2013:
For many fans, it was their third consecutive year participating in French Quarter parade.
Sugar, spice and everything nice
Here's your daily look at late-breaking national and international news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday, December 20, 2013:
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Jaryd Lane channels Bob Seger and his inner modern cowboy on ‘78.’
Lafayette Parish School Board member Greg Awbrey deserves an attaboy for his unexpected vote during Wednesday’s meeting approving a mediation session between the board and Superintendent Pat Cooper.
The cable television network's suspension of Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson from the hit reality show has drawn criticism from the governor of Robertson's home state.
The State Bond Commission gave preliminary approval to the borrowing plan Thursday without objection.
The 3rd Circuit Court of Appeal has upheld a district court ruling out of Opelousas that could have wide-ranging effects on the tax burden of the Louisiana oil and gas industry.
Eat your way through New Orleans over the bowl weekend with this guide to local dining. Go hungry, leave satisfied.
The Pediatric Clinic is housed in the same location previously closed by state budget cuts in June 2012.
Chitimacha Tribe celebrates humble beginnings to becoming Louisiana's first land-based casino.
Lafayette businessman Mike Moreno’s Green Field Energy Services announced Tuesday a plan to sell the business and assets as part of its bankruptcy reorganization effort.