I'm a lifelong Louisiana resident who grew up in New Orleans and moved to Lafayette to go to college. I lived in the now demolished women's dorms where I made some wonderful lifelong friends. While studying for a degree in Broadcasting at UL (then USL,) working at the campus radio and television stations and weekends in commercial radio, I fell in love with Acadiana and decided to stay put after graduation. The fact that I met a local boy and fell in love didn't hurt, either! I've been on the radio in Acadiana since 1977 and married to that local boy since 1981. I'd love it if you'd join CJ and me weekday mornings from 6-10. I promise you'll get great music, the info you need to start your day and a few laughs along the way!
Pepperidge Farm Snack Crackers Recall – Possible Salmonella
Pepperidge Farms discovered some of seasoning powder used could be tainted.
Snack Cracker Recall Issued for Entire U.S. Due to Salmonella Concerns
The company announced the voluntary recall on Saturday, for the U.S., including Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Where Can You And Your Dog Dine Together In Lafayette?
Lafayette current has over 50 dog - friendly restaurants that welcome dogs at outdoor tables.
Hilarious Parody Song About Lafayette Road Construction by Nick Lick and the Hickies
Originally recorded back in the early '90s when Kaliste Saloom Road was being improved, it still rings true today when you change the name of the street to Verot School Rd.!
Cereal Being Recalled After 24 Hospitalized with Salmonella
Twenty-four people have been hospitalized, but there have been no deaths reported. Customers are being told not to eat any of the cereal.
Portraits Found in Trash – Do You Recognize These People?
Wouldn't it be amazing if we could help reunite these historic pictures with their descendants?
Salmonella Tainted Fruit Being Recalled in U.S.
The fruit comes from a Caito Foods facility in Indianapolis, Indiana, and sold at Walmart, Costco, Whole Foods, Kroger and a few other stores.
A Taste of Eat Lafayette + Louisiana Seafood Cook-Off To Kick Off Annual Local Campaign
The event which includes the Louisiana Seafood Cook-off gives locals a chance to sample the offerings of participating Eat Lafayette restaurants from 5:30 - 8 PM.