I received my first record player when I was 2 years old and knew right then that music would be a big part of my life. My mom would turn on the radio every morning before she'd put on the coffee. Today, with all my blessings including 2 wonderful children and a successful morning show, I still wake up each morning to hear the music. Radio is the only job I ever wanted, never has anything else ever crossed my mind.
“Clean My House” is What Acadiana Women Want Most
It seems like for Mother's Day, birthdays and anniversaries, men always struggle when it comes to buying something for the #1 lady of the family. After a recent online survey, it is clear that the wife/mom of the house wants help keeping it clean.
Do You Know Anything About This Old Plastic Mardi Gras Cup
The cup has no markings or words that connect it to a Mardi Gras krewe, ball or parade.
A Hotdog Takes 36.3 Minutes Off Your Lifespan—See the Complete List
A University of Michigan study has America and the world for that matter, in total shock about how some of the foods we enjoy eating affect our lifespan.
I Ate at a Restaurant, Was Shown the Kitchen and Almost Threw Up
Even though the restaurant wasn't in the best part of the city, it looked clean and decent enough for a burger—boy, was I wrong.
Why Do Thunderstorms Make You Sleepy?
No matter if you're at work, at home or at play, you can't outrun the toll thunderstorms take on the body.
Bush’s Beans Museum Re-Opens, Remodeled With All Things Beans
After months of renovating, the Bean Museum is open again and is being billed as "a one-stop destination for all things beans".
Simple Tricks to Find Out if Your Dog/Cat Is Left or Right Pawed
Are animals left-handed or right-handed like humans? Can they be ambidextrous?
Safest Seats on a Plane—Results From 35 Year FAA Study
The Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) conducted a 35-year study to determine the safest seat on a plane in the event of an emergency landing, or worse, a crash.
Thieves in St. Landry Parish Drove Into Two Stores, One ATM Missing
Overnight, thieves drove into two different businesses, one ATM is missing.
Associated Press Story About Maque Choux Has Cajuns Hot
The Advocated picked up on Kimball's Milk Street cookbook recipe for Cajun maque choux, calling him out on even the basics.
The Most Amazing Inexpensive Hotel in New Orleans—But It’s Hidden
People who work in the same building don't know the hotel is there.
Amy Grant, Wife of Vince Gill, Injured in Nashville
Oh, Baby Baby—Contemporary Christian, Pop artist, six-time Grammy Award winner and wife of country music superstar Vince Gill, Amy Grant, was taken by ambulance to a Nashville hospital Wednesday.
Woman Steps Off Plane With Half a Sandwich, Gets $1820 Fine
When Jessica Lee got off the plane in Australia with the sandwich, the Australian government fined her $2664 AUD/$1820 USD
King Creole Elvis Festival is Coming to Louisiana
The King Creole Elvis Festival returns to Louisiana for a three-day weekend that will excite Elvis fans from around the state and the world.
JonBenet Ramsey’s Killer’s DNA—Family Could Have Answers in a Few Hours
JonBenet Ramsey, who was found dead in the family home in 1996, was only 6 years old. And until now, no one has been convicted of the murder. That could change in a matter of hours.
Pringles is Trying to Rename a Spider That Looks Like Its Logo
Before you think it really weird, the spider, commonly known as the Kidney Garden Spider, looks a LOT like Pringle's mascot.
Twitter is Going Crazy Over 2017 Sneaker Cleaning Trick—But Is it Fake?
Can a human being get white tennis shoes this white again? Real or fake?
Why Are Towels in Lafayette Turning Reddish/Brown When Bleached?
It's not the entire towel, only spots and only when I use bleach.
Acadiana Picks Top 6 Celebrities That Might Smell (Johnny Depp is Not #1)
Based on appearance only, what famous person do you believe might leave a trail of aroma? Could be anyone from the President of the U. S. to a local celebrity.
CAUTION: Mirror Gazing in the Dark Produces Apparitions
There are two types, one type of mirror gazing is done in full light and the other is done in the dark or using very low light. One can help you meditate and help spiritually, mentally and physically—the other will scare the daylight out of you.