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Social Lights: Paw-T Fundraiser for Angel Paws Adoption Center & Iberia Humane Society

Paw-T Fundraiser for Angel Paws Adoption Center & Iberia Humane Society

Social Lights: Greater Iberia Chamber of Commerce Eggs & Issues Banquet

Eggs & Issues Banquet

From the publisher - Sept 2012

Are you prepared to vote on Nov. 6? First, you must be registered to vote. Second, you should become educated about the qualifications of each candidate and the positions each has taken on major issues.

Football Preview 2012

Acadiana LifeStyle welcomes for a second year KATC TV3 Sports Director Travis Webb with his Football Preview.

September 2012 Book Review

Books To Keep You Up At Night

Café Jefferson-Restaurant Review

For great authentic Cajun cuisine with a view that cannot be matched, visit Café Jefferson at Rip Van Winkle Gardens in New Iberia. The restaurant is situated in a grove of a dozen ancient live oak trees, offering a breathtaking view of the gardens and Lake Peigneur.

I’m With The Band

Imagine Mardi Gras parades without marching bands. Absurd! How about Friday night football half-times without the shows? Ridiculous! School bands are an integral part of parades, sports events, fairs and festivals in south Louisiana. There’s an undeniable excitement in the air as band members lift their instruments to perform their latest showpiece while color guards spin their flags.

Two New Faces

Personnel changes at the top position for two area football teams have been firmed up and the proof will be in the pudding. Head Football Coach Ananias Johnson will walk the sidelines at Jeanerette Senior High this fall, while Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Ryan Antoine will be in charge of gridiron work for the Westgate Tigers in New Iberia.

Celebrate The Good Life

Acadiana and surrounding areas ensure we are never short on fall festivals. With the promise of the upcoming cooler weather and good times, gather up family and friends and head on out to one or more of these festivals for some live music, scrumptious cuisine, and a festive time.

A Race To The Finish

Breaux Bridge native Ray Pellerin, 72, loves boats. From a pirogue to a canoe to an 85-foot houseboat, he’s had them all. In his college days Ray and his roommate at LSU used to race on the university lakes against the other fraternities, so it’s always been in his blood.


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