The holiday season is here, and that means one thing — shopping! There are some very compelling reasons to shop locally owned businesses this year — the main reason being — the money you spend stays here in Acadiana.
Gratitude... it's a little different than counting blessings.
Simple wine pairing tips for the holidays...
Manipulation is a way of life for passive-aggressive people. While an occasional passive-aggressive approach to life's problems isn't unusual, true passive-aggressive personality types seek to manipulate others indirectly rather than confronting or opposing directly.
For most people the holiday season is a time for family gatherings filled with love, laughter and good cheer. However, for some, just the thought of spending time with difficult or challenging family members can lead to emotions of fear and dread.
Find everything you need on your Christmas list and keep Acadiana Strong by shopping locally owned businesses.
LARC's Acadian Village will host its 1st Annual Noel Acadien au Village Talent Competition. The competition is open to all ages and will include almost all talents, such as vocal, dance, etc.
Junior League of Lafayette worked with "Girls on the Run South Louisiana" (an independent council of the international program), to bring the successful program to Lafayette.
Organizers of “Lafayette’s Road to Recovery” benefit concert recently presented a check for $10,000 to NAMI Acadiana, local chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
The World Famous Budweiser Clydesdale's arrive to make a special delivery to Lafayette resident and contest winner Brandon Mercado and fiancée Morgan Meaux...