Bach Lunch

The Lafayette Science Museum Foundation is pleased to announce its Spring 2013 Bach Lunch season lineup.Bach Lunch will be celebrating 25 years this spring and is the popular free lunch hour series featuring different musicians performing from noon to 1PM. Lunches are available for purchase from local restaurants on a first-come, first-served basis beginning at […]

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Downtown Alive!!!

Downtown Alive¬†continues its Spring Concert Series on Friday, March¬†22nd in Downtown Lafayette. Performing at Parc Sans Souci is The Creole String Beans. Downtown Alive begins at 5:30PM with food and beverage concessions. Musical performances are from 6-8:30PM. Concession sales help keep Downtown Alive free, so please leave your ice chest at home with your pets. […]

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Friday Night Fish Fry in Morse

A Fish Fry Fundraiser to benefit Immaculate Conception & St. Aloysius Chapel is Friday, March 22 from 5-7PM at the Morse Church Hall. Tickets are $7 and are on sale at the Church Office in Morse or by calling (337) 788-0775. Dinners consist of catfish filets, French fries and cole slaw.

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SMILE… IT’S A JOKE :-)

Clotille slipped off the back porch and hit her head on the big black pot next to the steps and was knocked out cold. T-Nom hurried in the house and called 911. The 911 operator told T-Nom that they would send someone out right away. “Where do you live at?” asked the operator. T-Nom replied, […]

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U.S. Will Pay $2.6 Million to Train Chinese Prostitutes to Drink Responsibly on the Job

(CNSNews.com) — The National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAA), a part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), will pay $2.6 million in U.S. tax dollars to train Chinese prostitutes to drink responsibly on the job. Dr. Xiaoming Li, the researcher conducting the program, is director of the Prevention Research Center at Wayne […]

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Pentagon Paid $998,798 to Ship Two 19-Cent Washers

A small South Carolina parts supplier collected about $20.5 million over six years from the Pentagon for fraudulent shipping costs, including $998,798 for sending two 19-cent washers to an Army base in Texas, U.S. officials said. The company also billed and was paid $455,009 to ship three machine screws costing $1.31 each to Marines in […]

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