September 11, 1994
The Festivals Acadiens, a celebration of Cajun and zydeco music, Cajun and Creole food and native crafts, marks its 18th anniversary Friday, Saturday and Sunday in Lafayette, the heart of French Louisiana. The event, which draws about 100,000 visitors, is actually a combination of several festivals, including the Festival de Musique Acadienne, which began as a three-hour concert in 1974 and now offers nonstop music over the three days.
September 27, 1993 |
Mr. Sarcasm on the phone wanted to know what I thought of Jim Everett now. . . . I think what I've always thought of Jim Everett. . . . He is capable of a lousy game one week and a big game the next one and he does some of his best work in the state of Texas when least expected. . . . On Sunday, he completed 19 of 28 passes for 316 yards and three touchdowns in a 28-13 victory over the defensive forces of Buddy Ryan at Houston a week after the Rams lost to the Giants at the Meadowlands. . . .