For over five generations, Blanchard Brothers Inc. has carried on the family tradition of sugar cane farming right here in Acadiana.
“When that first call for service comes in,” laughs Police Chief Todd D’Albor, “our officers might fight to go out on that; there’s that much excitement about what’s about to happen here.”
Bunk Johnson Jazz Arts and Heritage festival
The memories of war are painful for so many soldiers and consequently a history of service can be pushed to the backs of their minds - and closets, remaining still and unseen for decades, without any explanation for how they fit into our nation’s history.
Acadiana is a community with a zealous spirit of celebration when it comes to the arts. From music to paintings, ranking from fine art to folk art, it’s all welcomed and loved. However, one medium that is beginning to receive local recognition is film.
Welcome Back NIPD, Stars Of Style and More!
Louisiana Sugar Cane Festival Premier Gala
Pick up the July 2018 Issue where you will find the following stories:
Mary and David Dahlquist left Des Moines, Iowa for New Iberia and try to convince Iowan friends to move to their beloved city. They’re looking forward to Cajun dance lessons.
Forecasting The 2018 Hurricane Season In Acadiana