Every step closer that’s taken toward Monday’s convening of the Legislature’s regular session will bring with it more details about complicated policy proposals and a greater sense of political urg
Fans have been glued to their TVs over the past month as March Madness reached its crescendo. And the big bucks have been rolling in.
Poet T.S. Eliot wrote that April is the cruelest month. Then again, he didn’t hang out in St. Mary Parish this March.
Fashionable folk in New York City can still shop for an Easter bonnet “with all the frills upon it,” as the song goes, in a store founded by the man for whom Lafayette’s Bendel Gardens subdivision
As Republican lawmakers and conservative groups like Americans for Prosperity lobby for an end to Louisiana’s $180 million film tax credit program, some industry players are looking into ways to en