Get More Done With These Business Apps

Guest Article by Lucy Reed, Gigmine Life is busy. If you’re an entrepreneur, busy may be an understatement; however, there are ways to manage responsibilities with apps for your mobile devices, including working from home. The right apps can help you handle the financial aspects of your business, such as invoices, expenses, and due dates, […]

Continue Reading

Discover Lafayette’s Past – Albert M. Karre

The late Albert Karre, was a well-respected and prominent attorney who served as Lafayette City Prosecutor and Lafayette City Attorney. He was belovedly referred to as “Little Man” due to his height of 5’6″, although his bravery, talent, and heart enabled him to stand tall among men in any crowd. While interviewing Kay Karre Gautreaux, […]

Continue Reading

Discover Lafayette’s Past – The Original Southside High

Southside High School was the first graded school built in Lafayette and construction was completed in 1907. Proceeds from the first Lafayette Parish tax were used to build the structure which was located at the corner of Jefferson and Main downtown. When Lafayette High School was built on University Ave in 1926, Southside was used […]

Continue Reading
1 2 3 9