Going back to school this August may be more exciting than usual for several students in the Youngsville, Broussard and Milton areas.
The dog days of summer – summertime is rarely as relaxing as advertised. The sunniest season is chock full of events to attend and occasions to celebrate. That’s hardly a complaint. Our team at Acadiana LifeStyle is in the full swings of summer.
Slavery is a part of the South’s history, and history cannot be rewritten. Attempting to eliminate or ignore the past prevents us from being able to productively use this knowledge for the now and for the future.
Pick up the July 2017 Issue where you will find the following stories:
Wyatt Collins had no idea that one day he’d grow up to be a great lover of folk art and, above all, sort of a catcher in the rye. Yes, he visited museums and had a general fondness for French impressionism in high school, but he was still very unaware of the role art would play in his life.
As 2017 nears the halfway mark, Acadiana residents are once again faced with the specter of a new hurricane season, which is slated to begin on June 1. And given the historic flooding the region, and the state, saw last year, in addition to the fact that it’s been nearly five years without a sizeable hurricane, it is now more important than ever to be prepared.
“The names of women who do great things could be endless, simply because women usually do things quietly.” This is what a friend said to me before sending in her nominations for Women Making A Difference...