“The Glass Mendacity”

The Delta Grand Theatre is pleased to present “The Glass Mendacity.” The two-act comedy is a spoof of Tennessee Williams’ most famous plays, “The Glass Menagerie”, “A Streetcar Named Desire” and “Cat On A Hot Tin Roof.” Performance dates are June 6 and 7 at 7:30PM, with a matinee on Sunday, June 9 at 2PM, [...]

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Creole Culture Day

On Sunday, June 9 from 10AM-5PM at Vermilionville in Lafayette, the 11th Annual Creole Culture Day will celebrate the heritage of our Creole ancestors through oral traditions/storytelling, music, dance, cooking demonstrations, language and crafts. Musical performances include Gerard Delafose and the Zydeco Gators and Corey Arceneaux and the Zydeco Hot Peppers. Admission is free to [...]

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Benefit for Catherine Hoffpauir Dupuis

A Benefit for Catherine Hoffpauir Dupuis to help defray medical expenses will be held Saturday, June 8th from 7AM-4PM at the Parkerson Avenue First Baptist Church at 1116 North Parkerson Avenue in Crowley. They will have a garage sale, burger sale, auction and a raffle drawing. Any donations will be greatly appreciated. For details or [...]

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Best Break-Up Letter Ever: Ask ‘Kelsi’ Where Your Stuff Is

What’s scarier than a really nasty break-up note? A really nice break-up note. You better watch your back if you get caught cheating and then receive a “Dear John” letter that opens: “Hey Honey!” On Friday, a redditor posted a photograph of just such a handwritten letter, and it’s since gone viral receiving more than [...]

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Do the IRS Shuffle:

Is This Your Tax Dollars Hard at Work, or Hardly Working? Have you ever seen the “cupid shuffle”? If not, don’t worry, thankfully the IRS has you covered and can show you how it’s done … and they’re using your tax dollars to do it. Hearings are set to begin in the House this afternoon on the [...]

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Vermilionvilles’ Weekly Cajun Jam

On Saturday, June 8th from 1-3:30PM, join Vermilionville in Lafayette for their weekly Cajun Jam led by some of the area’s finest musicians.. The free jam is held in the Performance Center of Vermilionville and is open to all skill levels. For more info on the jam host, visit the events calendar at www.vermilionville.org

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