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Tina Hebert’s spirit is made up of two main components – the spirit of art and the spirit of giving. This has created for her the ability to navigate a path that was not void of suffering. Today, the New Iberia native is teaching children about caring for others through her book, “Rebuilding…

Most people expect blacksmiths to shoe horses.  The only horse shoes at Terry Credeurs’ shop are ones he has turned into pieces of art. 

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Father’s Day is June 16, so it’s time to start thinking about gifts! We can’t say for sure, but it’s a good bet your Dad doesn’t want another tie. We rounded up a few outside of the box locally created gifts that are perfect for Father’s Day!

Tina Hebert’s spirit is made up of two main components – the spirit of art and the spirit of giving. This has created for her the ability to navigate a path that was not void of suffering. Today, the New Iberia native is teaching children about caring for others through her book, “Rebuilding…

When Liz Webb Hebert left Lafayette for college at Northwester State University, she had no intentions of ever returning to her hometown. Of course, fate had other plans. She decided that if Lafayette would be her forever home, she was going to do everything in her power to make it the best …

From her tinted green hair to her green nails and purse, Alzina Burrell Dural is the embodiment of her nonprofit, Seasons the Green Leaf. Everything that she does relates back to its mission – to care for and give back to the community in which you live.

Life has thrown Natalie Broussard her share of curve balls. In spite of them, she has also maintained a life of consistency. She has been with her high school sweetheart for 35 years. She has been at the same desk in her law office for 25 years. And she has, since childhood, been in constant…

Madison Saunier is the real life manifestation of every positive cliché that could be said about someone of her character. She is a “ball of energy,” a “ray of sunshine.” When Madison leaves your presences, you feel energized by simply haven spoke to her. At only 26 years old, she’s accompli…

The Books Along the Teche Literary Festival was presented by the Iberia Preservation Alliance, Main Street New Iberia and Books Along the Teche. Among the weekend’s many highlights was the Great Southern Writer Symposium featuring “Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood” author Rebecca Wells.

Jasim Ali is nothing if not a diverse young man.  In his 15 years of life, he’s lived around the world, twice in Malaysia and travelled to Singapore, Vietnam and beyond. He is talented in the arts, academia and athletics. He witty and confident beyond his years.

This evening of food, drink and entertainment was held at the home of Tommy and Mary Carol Leblanc. The fundraiser benefitted the orchestra to accompany IPAL’s spring production of “Legally Blonde: The Musical!” Atendees enjoyed culinary creations from numerous local chefs and were the first…

One evening last October, theater patrons in Franklin, dressed in 1920s costumes, entered the side door of the historical Teche Theatre for the Performing Arts and went back in time to a 1928 tavern set in the days of prohibition.  The event was a sold-out dinner theatre performance of an or…

You might remember last fall when I talked about shooting our fall fashion shoot with no indoor options and a 100 percent chance of rain. Well, I’m here to report that I’m nothing if not predictable. Our spring fashion series was planned to take place in one of Acadiana’s most beautiful and …

Brother’s on the Boulevard showing how to do bold colors for spring. A change of accessories can effortlessly take these looks from day to night. 

This issue is dedicated to all things spring! We have our 2019 spring fashion shoot featuring some of Acadiana’s most premiere fashion retailers and beauty experts. We’ve covered spring cleaning, too! We spoke to one reader about their real life KonMari experience! There are also gardens, ex…

Acadiana doesn’t need an excuse to have a good time, especially since there is a festival just around the corner at any given time of the year. The area’s famous festival culture honors virtually everything from the food, heritage, music, wildlife, land and people. With the temperatures star…

It’s always so exciting to see what Pantone will name as the color of the year. The 2019 color of the year is Living Coral. We absolutely love all of the peachy, blush tones inspired by this poppy peach hue! Check out these local buys to incorporate Living Coral into your life!

In its fifth year, the Shadows-on-the-Teche Plein Air Competition received a record number of 73 applicants from 19 states. Of the 30 participants selected, nine of them are from Louisiana while the others hail from 19 states, ranging from New York to Florida and everywhere in between. 

Every March, Acadiana Lifestyle offers local businesses the opportunity to tell their story to the community. It’s their chance to toot their own horn, because they deserve it. Well, we don’t like to be left out of the fun. Acadiana Lifestyle experienced no small amount of changes last year.…