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November 29, 201932 By Monica Grizzaffi The convenience of two-day shipping, curbside pickup, and a five-minute drive to the nearest grocery store in today’s modern lifestyle makes it easy to forget that most of our food comes from somewhere that is usually very far away; sometimes even from another country....

November 28, 201945 Well-Known Lafayette Native Chef Pays Respect to the Unnamed Deep South Curators of Cuisine By C.F. Jolivette Lafayette native and chef, Carolyn Shelton, has charmed kitchens and television studios alike over her near 50-year career. She’s been in the company of Phil Donahue, Dick Gregory,...
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October 18, 2019
Sports & Adventure

It's So Much More Than A Game By Jared Conques Friday night, under the local stadium’s lights. You can hear the band’s drumline start their cadence as the crisp fall air tickles your nostrils with each breath. Fall has arrived and with it, high school football season. The boys of fall take the field, but for those of us who have...
July 22, 2019
Sports & Adventure

Ending the Drought By Brandon Comeaux For the McNeese Cowboys baseball team, it’s been a while since they’ve gotten a taste of the NCAA Tournament. 16 years, to be exact. The drought ended this season when the Cowboys made it to the Nashville Regional after winning the Southland Conference Tournament for the first time since...
March 1, 2019
Sports & Adventure

By Curt Guillory Up, Up, and Awayyy! LSU freshman and Pole Vaulting phenom Mondo Duplantis has been named to the Bowerman 2019 Preseason Watch List. It should come as no surprise to anyone as Mondo is easily one of the most recognizable college athletes today, and already in the world elite for pole vaulters. A native of Lafayette,...
March 1, 2019
Sports & Adventure

"I do not hunt for the joy of killing but for the joy of living, and for the inexpressible pleasure of mingling my life, however briefly, with that of a wild creature I respect, admire and value."--John Madson, Out Home By Jared Conques This past December, I had the privilege of partaking in a three-day waterfowl hunting trip in...

Kids & Pets

November 25, 2019
Kids & Pets

Small Traditions to Implement for a Mindful Family During the Holidays By Abby Meaux Conques The holiday season can be a downright stressful time, particularly for Moms. Moms tend to end up being the ones to choose all the gifts for the family and children, to get outfits ready for all the different holiday gatherings, and to make sure the...
July 22, 2019
Kids & Pets

Simple Steps to Contain Clutter By Renee Ory, Owner of Amazing Spaces Organizing for kids is one of the most rewarding projects to me because I get to see the joy in a child’s face when all of their favorite toys are ready for playtime —not to mention their parent’s face when the mess is gone! Most parents cringe at the thought of...
July 22, 2019
Kids & Pets

Scouted-Out Spots for Fun and Frugal Summer Activities Pick Figs at Daniel + Anna's Orchard Daniel + Anna's Orchard offers a pick-your-own lay of land where you can take kids to pick fruits like blueberries, peaches, kumquats, satsumas, persimmons, berries and figs. During the summertime, figs are the only fruit available, but oh what a...
July 22, 2019
Kids & Pets

Community and Local Organizations Join Together for Abbeville Youth Vermilion Parish’s Junior Auxiliary of Abbeville (JA of Abbeville) is partnering with several local organizations to enrich the lives of Vermilion’s youth and the community. Over the next few months, the Junior Auxiliary of Abbeville will partner with the Vermilion Chamber...
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