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Stay In This Cozy Little Waterfront Cabin Near New Orleans For Less Than $150 Per Night

Breaux Bridge is a charming town in the heart of Cajun Country that’s only about a two-hour drive from New Orleans. It’s the perfect place to park it for a weekend of rest and relaxation with your loved ones.  There’s one particular bed and breakfast, a cozy cabin near New Orleans, that you’ll love to […] The post Stay In This Cozy Little Waterfront Cabin Near New Orleans For Less Than $150 Per Night appeared first on Only In Your State.
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Daily Iberian

First deer a buck in first year of deer hunting for Maturin

That Abigail Maturin’s first deer in her first year of deer hunting was a buck still amazes the 18-year-old New Iberia woman who danced for 17 years with Paige’s Dance and Cheer Studio. That Abigail shot it during an afternoon deer hunt Nov. 27 with her father, Chad Maturin, made...
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Blue Collar Bites | Bon Creole Lunch Counter | New Iberia, LA

Bon Creole Lunch Counter is known for its overstuffed po'boys. And when I say overstuffed, I mean on a 6" they probably put 50+ shrimp. Though I didn't get a po'boy in this video, I did get a salad and I swear there was 50+ shrimp in there! Bon Creole has plate lunches every day during the week, burgers, po'boys, salads, and gumbo. It's right off of 182 heading towards Jeanerette, LA. If you're in the area, you should make a trip to have lunch or dinner. Even if you're not in the area, you should make the trip. You won't be disappointed. Bon Creole Lunch Counter 1409 E St Peter St, New Iberia, LA 70560 (337) 367-6181 <a href=""></a>/ Popping2tops does not accept any compensation for their reviews and all opinions expressed are entirely ours.

Rayne Christmas parade moved

The Rayne Christmas parade has been moved from Tuesday to December 14. The parade was scheduled to roll at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, December 7, but organizers say that rain is forecast so they're moving it to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, December 14.
Daily Iberian

Capak looking to get animal control center in top shape

As the new shelter manager for Iberia Parish Animal Control, Lafayette native Erica Capak has been working closely with local volunteers and Iberia Parish Government staff to get the animal control center in top shape. As a lifelong animal lover, Capak has been working with animals since she was a...
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Bouligny plaza filled with crowds for Holiday Shopping on Da Bayou

Bouligny Plaza with filled with booths, shoppers and goodies Saturday for the Shopping on Da Bayou craft and vendor event. Handcrafted gifts, home baked treats, one of a kind treasures, delicious food trucks, pictures with Santa, fresh poinsettias, pet adoptions and coffee and hot chocolate by Preservation were available at the shopping event held in downtown New Iberia Saturday.

Meet Grace! Lafayette Animal Shelter and Care Center's Pet of the Week

Please help us Save Grace. Lynn Borque, Animal Adoption, Foster and Rescue Supervisor at the Lafayette Animal Shelter & Care Center, stopped by News15 at Noon to share more about this sweet pup. Grace is a terrier mix She is 6 years old and the sweetest calm and quiet Girl. She is blind and overweight but is only 14 inches tall. Grace is spayed and house broken. All she wants is someone to love her. If you’re looking for a potentially small Chunky Gal Grace is your Lady.

Iconic Randol's wooden alligator to be moved; here's where it's going

The wooden alligator that sat outside Randol’s Restaurant was moved Thursday to the Lafayette Convention & Visitors Center along Evangeline Thruway. The restaurant, which closed last month, will move iconic item at 10 a.m. Thursday morning. Longtime restaurant owner Frank Randol and Lafayette Travel president and CEO Ben Berthelot will be on hand to mark the transfer.

Former Randol’s property sold to owners of Superior Grill

Superior Grill, the popular Mexican restaurant with locations in Baton Rouge, Shreveport and New Orleans, has purchased the former Randol’s Restaurant and Seafood Processing properties for $3.5 million. The Mexican eatery entered into an agreement to buy the iconic Lafayette restaurant and dance hall at 2320 Kaliste Saloom Road last...

Freetown favorite, Acadian Superette | Food Finds

Known for plate lunches served with a smile, this grocery store turned restaurant has been an active part of Freetown since the 1940s. Acadian Superette is showing no signs of slowing down with big changes planned for the coming year. Acadian Superette has been open as a restaurant since the late 1980s. Former owner...