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Home Grown: Farmers Markets in Acadiana
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A First Timer’s Guide to Lafayette Parish
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Memory Lane: Lafayette’s Historic Landmarks

Lafayette Parish is home to 37 sites on the National Register of Historic Places Acadiana has a long and profound history. The area was founded in 1755 from French-Canadian exiles seeking religious and cultural freedom. At the time, South Louisiana was Spanish Territory. The Spanish Trail ran right…

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B&Bs in Acadiana

An alternative to hotel and motels, B&Bs offer accommodations ranging from romantic getaways and quaint country living to historic steps back in time and chances to experience a little more of the local culture. Some even come with a ghost story or two. Here in Acadiana, you can find all of the…

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25 Reasons Why Lafayette is the Happiest City

Lafayette has been named the Happiest City in the US by the Wall Street Journal's MarketWatch. The people here have a pure joy of life. Visiting the heart of Acadiana, you'll feel the joie de vivre in the friendliness of the people, the warmth of the hospitality, the amazing comfort foods, and the…

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Hub City Day Trips

Lafayette, LA is known as "The Hub City" because of its proximity to major roadways heading north, south, east and west that lead locals and visitors to explore smaller towns. Though Lafayette is the largest growing city in the region, a great portion of its rich culture here is driven by…

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A. Hays Town

A. Hays Town Leaves His Mark on Lafayette Regarded as the South’s premier architect, Acadiana native A. Hays Town is known for his distinctive style and timeless designs. His architecture has become as integral to the local culture as Cajun food and Zydeco music. Image courtesy of Country Roads…

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Cajun Country's Local Makers

Cajun Country is home to one of the most authentic cultures in the country. After visiting, you don’t just have to tell your friends and family about it, you can let them experience it for themselves, thanks to artful, unique and tasty local souvenirs you can order online and ship right to their…

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Mardi Gras Treasures

Carnival is the season of merriment leading up to Mardi Gras, which is the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday and the beginning of Lent. During Carnival, south Louisiana celebrates with parades and other special events. Krewes are the organizations that sponsor the parades, which are sometimes preceded by…

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