Read some articles from back issues of the print edition and supplemental content.
The First Acadiana Dragon Boat Festival will be held Saturday, March 23 in Bouligny Plaza in downtown New Iberia.
With thousands of apps out there for your smartphone or tablet, it can be hard to make a choice without cluttering up your phone or cutting into your wallet with apps you’ll never use.
The Acadian Memorial Heritage Festival and Wooden Boat Congrés will be held on Saturday, March 16 at Evangeline Oak Park in St. Martinville. Enjoy an old-fashioned day of Cajun traditions and culture. This museum-style festival gives insight into Cajun culture and traditions.
The spring season of Downtown Alive! kicks off Friday, March 8 in Downtown Lafayette. Acadiana’s premiere concert series, Downtown Alive! has united community and culture to create a weekly tradition and celebration in Downtown Lafayette every Fall and Spring.
The Frem Boustany Convention Center was transformed into Venice for the 20th Anniversary of the Krewe of Victoria “Carnevale en Venezia” on Feb. 8 with Queen Victoria, Carolyn Bean Guilbeaux and Prince Albert, James Merrill Poché reigning over this year’s festivities.
The 57th Outstanding Achievers Awards Banquet held Feb. 8 at Ward 8 Recreation Center honored 12 “Jeanerette-ians” for contributing to what makes this Sugar City such a sweet place to call home.
With so many books to choose from, let us suggest some for you. Here are just two of our favorites featured in our March 2013 issue.
The Greater Iberia Chamber of Commerce held its annual banquet Jan. 24 at the Cade Community Center.
Giving up a habit is never easy. However, giving up nicotine is one of the best things you can do for your health because it is the leading cause of preventable illness and death in the United States.
For the fourth consecutive year, I am happy to report that Acadiana and Louisiana have been experiencing better economic conditions than the national economy.