“This is my life. I have an obligation to actualize my own happiness. That justifies the bike shop, tool store, animal rescue we are running here.” Jonathon Langlinais’ tract house; the last one on a modest street next to a drainage channel, two miles from downtown Lafayette and a few blocks south of I-10; has an unassuming exterior. 565 more words
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The Zika Virus is directly linked to the birth defect, Microcephaly.
The mosquito that can transmit the Zika Virus has been found in 30 states, including Louisiana. 280 more words
The beginning of spring is always a welcome sight after months of winter, and the change of seasons is especially brilliant in Washington thanks to the many blossoming Japanese cherry trees around the city. 496 more words
It’s been our mission to find work that is undeniably beautiful and that allows people to find passion, belief, and escape through artistic forms. Through the BODYTRAFFIC Residency at the Acadiana Center for the Arts, expectations were far exceeded. 190 more words
Choreographic works of Barak Marshall, Victor Quijada, and Richard Siegal have instilled inspiration, passion, and undeniable emotion in the professional dancers of BODYTRAFFIC. This week, throughout BODYTRAFFIC’s residency in Lafayette, the unique energy and spirit of this organization was felt through multiple outreach projects. 154 more words
Founder and artistic director of The Bakery, has generated international attention for a body of work that includes music, visual media, choreography, performance, and publications. He has been commissioned by festivals and venues, including Festival d’Automne, Rencontres Chorégraphiques, Ircam, Centre Pompidou, YCAM, Tanz im August, Ballett Frankfurt, Danspace Project, and Théâtre National de Chaillot. 147 more words