Ah, Mardi Gras, Southern society’s Super Bowl: The girls with the pearls, where menswear still means a tuxedo, money talks and royalty walks. It’s a tough beat because Carnival has its collateral damage, and while it’s hard to top the colleague who sat down in red wine wearing … Continue reading →
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Ah, Mardi Gras, Southern society’s Super Bowl: The girls with the pearls, where menswear still means a tuxedo, money talks and royalty walks. It’s a tough beat because Carnival has its collateral damage, and while it’s hard to top the colleague who sat down in red wine wearing …
LAFAYETTE The Center for Louisiana Studies at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, now tucked away in the school’s library, is hoping to move to the historic J. Arthur Roy House to establish a better presence and …
LAFAYETTE — The School Board’s executive committee is considering how to respond to an external auditor’s questions about discrepancies in the Lafayette Parish school district’s salary schedule relative to the pay of some principals. The audit found that some employees were hired at a …
Arrests posted March 8, 2014, on the Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office website: LACIE BOUTTE: 28, of the 7900 block of Highway 90, Jeanerette. She was booked on two counts of misdemeanor theft of goods. Marcus …
Decisions involving marijuana, Common Core, tort reform, gun control and the minimum wage await legislators at the State Capitol this year. The 2014 legislative session kicks off Monday, when senators and representatives crowd into the House … Continue reading →
LAFAYETTE The Center for Louisiana Studies at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, now tucked away in the school’s library, is hoping to move to the historic J. Arthur Roy House to establish a better presence and … Continue reading →
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The axiom says, if the law is against you, argue the facts, and if the facts are against you, argue the law. If the facts and the … Continue reading →
Come Monday, the Louisiana Legislature meets to dive into a pile of more than 1,500 bills, a workload that is substantial for a session that must end by … Continue reading →
As of Saturday, there were still 175 days to go before the LSU football team’s Aug. 30 season opener against Wisconsin in Houston’s Reliant Stadium. But on a mild, late-winter afternoon, LSU’s quarterback derby — which could wind up being one of the hottest and more … Continue reading →
Lupe Soza, driver of the El Toro Loco monster truck, promises a wild ride at this weekend's Monster Jam. Monster Jam will be bringing its car-crushing action to the Baton Rouge River Center on Saturday and Sunday, March 8 and 9. … Continue reading →
When people think about stray pets, the comforting image is of dogs or cats being rescued and adopted into loving homes. But there is another side that lacks the warm and fuzzy feeling. “Trapping kitty cats is not a glamorous part of the animal rescue world, so … Continue reading →
For many in south Louisiana, when Carnival season ended at midnight Tuesday, the Lenten season of penance and abstinence began. Traditionally, Lent, a 40-day period of penance and prayer between Ash Wednesday and Holy Saturday, the day before Easter Sunday, is a time when Catholics and some … Continue reading →
Several girls basketball teams from around Louisiana converged on Lake Charles Friday and Saturday to take part in state championships. … Continue reading →
A motor home caught fire on Interstate 10 near the I-10/12 split Saturday evening, temporarily … Continue reading →
Lafayette political science professor Pearson Cross doesn’t understand why Louisiana’s higher education community isn’t more up in arms over its situation. Gov. Bobby Jindal and the … Continue reading →