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Herman Fuselier


Lafayette, LA, United States

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Past articles by Herman:

Local inventor swims on hit TV show ‘Shark Tank’

"For the 10 minutes they edit it down to on TV, when you go in the tank, you're in there for about an hour." → Read More

Sen. John Kennedy inspired by the music of rock legend Meat Loaf

State, local officials share their guilty music pleasures → Read More

Bob Dylan makes lone Louisiana stop in Lafayette

Tickets to see music legend go on sale Friday. → Read More

Louisiana sisters, set for a kidney transplant, need help

They've started "Sister 2 Sister," a fundraiser on Facebook and gofundme.com that seeks $15,000 to help with expenses. Nearly $2,000 has been raised so far. → Read More

Watch parties salute Bourdain with food, memories

Local edition of ‘Parts Unknown” airs Sunday on CNN → Read More

For black farmers of Acadiana, ‘Queen Sugar’ is not just a TV show... it's a way of life

Real black farmers actually live the drama of the TV show "Queen Sugar." → Read More

UL honors grad uses life-changing journey to help others

Beth Ruehl reaches new chapter in life-changing journey → Read More

How music can help your child learn better

Programs develop children through movement and music → Read More

New artwork salutes David Egan, Rockin' Dopsie

Festival International office hosts comic book artist's creation → Read More

Hart: WWE managers get hurt, too

Ring legend plugs Wrestlemania in New Orleans WWE Superstars are renowned for their body slams, drop kicks and high-flying leaps in and out of the ring. Those sports entertainment acrobatics can result in real-life injuries that include broken bones, concussions and, in some rare instances, paralysis. WWE Hall of Famer Jimmy Hart says the injuries can be real for managers outside of the ring,… → Read More

Mom’s pain, prayers put daughters in college

LeBlanc sisters add to T. M. Landry success story Gina LeBlanc has lost count of her tears. Besides a total hip replacement, LeBlanc has lupus, an incurable autoimmune disease, and blood deficiencies that weaken her bones. A mass on her spine is causing it to crumble. But LeBlanc is still walking, and most of all, still talking to her teenage daughters, Kayo and Aliko. The girls went with her on… → Read More

After three Purple Hearts, Walters remembers the ’20-year-olds’

Lafayette Army veteran saved lives under fire in Vietnam → Read More

Opelousas singer makes debut on 'The Voice'

Carmouche’s talent sparks celebrity judge battle The streak of local singers on “The Voice” is alive and well. Ignatious Carmouche of Opelousas kept the streak going Monday with his successful audition on the singing competition on NBC. Carmouche, 23, will compete as a member of #TeamJHud, led by Oscar-winning actress and singer Jennifer Hudson. He becomes the ninth singer in five years from… → Read More

Musicians perform for national radio show

'eTown' captures local artists this week at AcA → Read More

Musicians, attorney spar over Cajun patois

Word is an insult for some, honor for others Say “coon ass” around one Cajun and you may get a slap on the back. The next Cajun may just slap you. Whether compliment or curse, the word earned musicians and business partners Jamie Bergeron and Rick Lagneaux 24-hour suspensions from Facebook in August. The state Department of Agriculture sent a letter to Bergeron which said, by Jan. 1, he must… → Read More

He wasn't supposed to live past age 9, but this teen would not be sidelined

Nephew of zydeco icon Keith Frank deals with rare disorder → Read More

D.L. Menard, the 'Cajun Hank Williams,' closes 'Back Door'

D.L. Menard, who died last Thursday, had a final request for his funeral — no more “Back Door.” → Read More

D.L. Menard, the 'Cajun Hank Williams,' closes 'Back Door'

D.L. Menard, who died last Thursday, had a final request for his funeral — no more “Back Door.” → Read More

Cajun music icon D.L. Menard, known for 'The Back Door,' dies at 85

His classic 'The Back Door' is the Cajun genre's most frequently covered song not titled 'Jolie Blonde.' → Read More

How do Louisiana artists survive free streaming?

Musicians share challenges in making a profit in the music industry. → Read More