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Chere Coen

Cheré Dastugue Coen is an award-winning journalist and author of Haunted Lafayette, Louisiana and Exploring Cajun Country: A Tour of Historic Acadiana. Cheré is also the author of the Weird, Wacky and Wild South blog and writes novels under the pen name of Cherie Claire.

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What's New in Lafayette

Lafayette is flush with new happenings, from hip restaurants opening, to more ways to enjoy the outdoors and the expansion of Moncus Park, Lafayette’s beloved property and community gathering spot in the heart of town. Check out what’s new in Lafayette. Let’s Eat Chef Ryan Trahan opened Vestal on…

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Things To Do On A Sunday in Lafayette

The fun never stops in Lafayette, a Cajun and Creole city rich in culture, history, and food. And that includes Sundays. You'll find our outstanding cuisine, live music, dance floors, and unique natural environment waiting for your weekend visit. Check out our suggestions on Sunday activities and…

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Top 10 Scariest Places in Acadiana

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Mardi Gras Treasures

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