Watch The Movie 'Jaws' While Floating In The Ocean
If you're going to Florida in late June here's your chance to watch the movie "Jaws," while floating in the water.
Recreational Marijuana Bill Still Alive In Louisiana Legislature
Those who want to puff pot for pleasure in Louisiana shouldn't hold their breath while waiting for legislative approval.
90-Year-Old Lafayette Mom Meets Her Daughter For The First Time
It took 70 years, but one Lafayette mother and daughter have finally met for the first time, and it will melt your heart.
Thoughtless Passenger Ruins Everyone's Day At Wildlife Park
During a trip to a drive-thru wildlife park, this passenger freaked out when a giraffe stuck it's head inside of her window.
Free Admission for Military and Vets at Blue Star Museums
More than 2,000 museums will be participating nationwide, with free admission to those who have served our country.
Bill Murray Says He’s Ready to Make Another ‘Ghostbusters’
The star says he still loves the franchise and the people who made it.
BREAKING: Ric Flair Rushed To Hospital With Serious Medical Issue
Ric Flair has been rushed to a hospital in Atlanta for a very serious medical issue.
Report: Zion Williamson 'Excited' About Coming To New Orleans
Maybe the talking heads on the major sports networks have at all wrong.
Bon Jovi Invites Fans to 'Runaway' With Him to the Mediterranean
Cruise includes an intimate acoustic storyteller session and a full-band electric set with his solo backing band.
CAJUNDOME Not Enforcing Clear Bag Policy For UL Spring Graduation
UPDATE: A change was made this morning (May 16) and the CAJUNDOME will not be enforcing the clear bag policy but there will be bag checks at entry.
Watch: The Who Play 'Won't Get Fooled Again' on Toy Instruments
Things get silly on 'The Tonight Show.'
Sting and Stewart Copeland Reunite for New Documentary
The Police drummer interviewed former colleague for TV show about love of music.
Home Delivery Of Alcohol Debated By Louisiana Legislature
Two pieces of legislation concerning home delivery of alcoholic beverages are headed for the Louisiana Senate.
Judge Rules Woodstock 50 Can Proceed, But Without Investor Money
A New York Supreme Court ruled that financial investors did not have the right to cancel the event.