I received my first record player when I was 2 years old and knew right then that music would be a big part of my life. My mom would turn on the radio every morning before she'd put on the coffee. Today, with all my blessings including 2 wonderful children and a successful morning show, I still wake up each morning to hear the music. Radio is the only job I ever wanted, never has anything else ever crossed my mind.
Lafayette Bar Owner Accused of Taking Cut of Employee’s Tips
Former employee Christian Colson at The Wurst Biergarten in downtown Lafayette has filed a formal complaint against the owner for allegedly demanding tips earned by employees.
Is T’Frere’s Bed & Breakfast on Verot School Road in Lafayette Haunted?
Amelie Comeaux is where the ghost tales of this historical property all begin.
Why Are These Bars Called the ‘Mansfield Bars’?
The metal bars hanging beneath the back-end of 18-wheelers are named after a famous actress of the 1950s and 1960s.
Restaurant Owner in NYC Bans Comedian James Corden—’Most Abusive Customer’
Comedian James Corden (44) has just enhanced his reputation for being not-so-pleasant after being called the "most abusive customer" by the owner of Balthazar in NYC.
Penthouse in Iconic Skyscraper Most Expensive in New Orleans History
The Four Seasons penthouse is the most expensive real estate deal of its type in the history of New Orleans.
Sam’s Club Memberships to Increase Monday
Sam's Club will increase its entry-level membership for the first time in almost a decade to help the retail outlet be better able to deal with inflation costs and the impending recession.
Never Put Your Hat on a Bed
For years people, especially here in Acadiana, have considered placing a hat on a bed to be unlucky. Throughout history, many believed it would bring everything from bad luck to death.
9 Wedding Ring Superstitions and Myths
A wedding ring is the ultimate symbol of unity, commitment and love but it can also be the center of attention for weird superstitious beliefs.
Sit and Eat Gumbo—Restaurants Voted Best in Lafayette
According to a recent online survey of folks in Acadiana, not Baton Rouge or New Orleans, these are the best restaurants to visit for a great bowl of gumbo.
Facebook User Has Message for Walmart & Stores With Self-Checkout
One Facebook user has started a ton of controversial conversations about self-checkout stations at stores like Walmart, CVS and others after she admitted to skipping the exit line where a Walmart attendant was checking receipts because the line was too long.
Why Are These Cucumbers Always Wrapped in Plastic?
You've seen them, those cucumbers in the grocery store that are protected with clear plastic wrap—why are they wrapped and regular cucumbers aren't?
Area of Surrey Street Sectioned Off—Potential Explosive Device Found
Lafayette Parish Sheriff's Office (LPSO) found a potential explosive device during a traffic stop on Surrey Street.
Clover Grill Voted Best Place to Eat in French Quarter After 2 AM
People from Acadiana have a few favorite late-night eateries after a night of fun in New Orleans.
Passenger on United Airlines Flight From Houston Dies on Plane
Passengers onboard the flight were horrified by the incident.
Only Documented Miracle in the U.S. Is in St. Landry Parish
The Academy of the Sacred Heart holds a very special honor.
Eeriest Site Ahead of Hurricane Ian—Tampa Bay Emptied
The day before monster Hurricane Ian hit Florida's Fort Meyers area, Tampa Bay emptied causing the eeriest sight many had ever seen.
Cajun Brand Sweet Dough Tarts, Still No Chocolate in the Middle—Why?
For years, folks in Acadiana have wondered why not chocolate.
The New Way to String Christmas Lights—We’ve Been Doing It Wrong
It's almost guaranteed that you've been putting Christmas lights on your tree the wrong way.
WATCH—First Flight for Alice, the World’s First All-Electric Passenger Plane
Alice the world's first all-electric passenger plane took to the sky Tuesday morning from Washington's Grant County International Airport.
42 Things Only a Cajun Would Say
When it comes to communication and the way we speak, an outsider might be lost, to say the least.