Bayou Politique is a weekly public affairs program focused on the issues that matter here in Acadiana. From cutting edge researchers to civic leaders and everyday citizens, Dr. Philip de Mahy interviews people who offer insight into the unique challenges and opportunities that continue to shape our region.
New episodes premiere weekly during the Zydeco Stomp and will air throughout the week during the news and other KRVS programs. They'll also be posted weekly here and on Spotify.
The powerful quake prompted many villagers to flee their homes in panic. Japanese authorities issued evacuation orders in parts of Okinawa. There were no immediate reports of damage or casualties.
Vice President Harris gave her most extensive comments to date on the fighting in Gaza, emphatically calling on Israel to do more to protect civilians.
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- UL Symphony Annual Halloween Concert - Oct. 26, 2023
- Lake Charles Symphony’s 66th Season Opening “A Musical Journey” - Oct. 1, 2023
- The City of Lake Charles and the Imperial Calcasieu Museum Present "Art in the Park": Sept. 23, 2023
- Downtown Alive! Tommy McLain featuring CC Adcock & special guests with Jon Cleary - Sept. 22, 2023