Lafayette, LA – On Friday, September 6, 2013, at approximately 9:00 am, Lafayette Police will be testing its Critical Incident Notification System within the City of Lafayette. The system is designed toMore >>
Lafayette police will be testing its Critical Incident Notification System Friday within the city of Lafayette. More >>
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Sen. David Vitter says he will vote against a U.S. military strike in Syria, becoming the second member of Louisiana's congressional delegation to register opposition.More >>
A Saint Landry Parish school board member convicted last month on federal bribery charges has asked a judge to toss his conviction, arguing in court filings this week that he thought a cash-stuffed envelopeMore >>
Quincy Richard now claims that he thought a cash-stuffed envelope he pocketed in 2012 contained official school board correspondence rather than money. That claim is made despite testimony at his he planned to use the cash for new rims and tires for his Corvette.More >>
Suave, sophisticated and creative. That is one way you can describe Lafayette's unique fashion sense. From the classic "dress to success" look to the more modern, slim fit look. Lafayette's best dress had the opportunity to show off their own personal style Wednesday at the first IND Style Awards.
Held at the Acadiana Center for the Arts, the event honored six Lafayette residents and one celebrity for their style. The event included fashion shows from local retailers such as Brother's on the Boulevard, Mavin Menswear, Shoe La La and more.
"It's a celebration of style. It's also a commemoration about Lafayette being a great destination for retail shopping. So we hope to promote Lafayette as a shopping mecca in the same way that food, culture, and music are trademarks of Lafayette." says Cherry Fisher May.
A portion of the proceeds will benefit the United Way of Acadiana's readership program for pre-school children. The finale of the night was a Big Hair Ball which featured hairstyles created by Revolution Hair Salon.