Read some articles from back issues of the print edition and supplemental content.
“Operation Children Helping Children” was formed by New Iberia’s St. Edward School after U.S. Army Sgt. Robert P. Burke requested help in supplying village children with school supplies and winter clothes.
What starts out small and ends up bigger than you think?
Poetry and Photography by Mickey Delcambre "Sunshine," She's My Valentine
Today’s brides have so many outlets to help them plan the wedding of a lifetime. Read about how these two Acadiana brides merged Eastern and Western world customs to create their perfect weddings!
The excitement and joy of being in love and wanting to spend the rest of your life together can be expressed through a couple’s wedding rings. These enduring symbols of love are an opportunity to show the world the desire, style and unique elements of the couple’s relationship.
Reproductions of the iconic images by Photographer Fonville Winans will be offered for sale during an exhibit and fundraiser for the St. Mary Landmark Society, March 2-3, Grevemberg House Museum, 407 Sterling Road, Franklin.
“I want to be an inspiration and motivate people to become educated. I’m trying to ignite a fire in young people so they’ll develop a passion for Creole cooking, and to have them become chefs in Acadiana restaurants.”
A recent tuberculosis scare in Lafayette renewed interest in the disease which many considered to be obscure. Yet, this bacterial lung infection seems to have reared its ugly head, and Acadiana residents should be on the alert.
Robbie and Julie Bush blend the old and new to design a new bar and grill and patio for entertaining.
Dating in 2013 can be challenging, for both men and women searching for love. Singles, including those in their 20s all the way up to the recently widowed, are looking for a partner to spend their days and nights with — someone who understands, cares and supports them.