Everyone loves a good book in the summer and we’ve got the list of must-reads. On this episode of Creative Living, Changing Hands Bookstore in Arizona suggests books that should be on your 2022 summer reading list.
Whether gently-used or brand new, Lafayette Habitat For Humanity's ReStore is a must check out for shoppers looking for "real finds". Brand new floor rugs, and never installed lighting, are just a few of the items you can count on finding at ReStore.
Sometimes the right piece of furniture is just a coat of paint away. For instance you can take an ordinary find to extraordinary by simply applying a new color or gluing on fabric.
Homeownership can be a challenge for anyone in today's marketplace. Lafayette Habitat for Humanity is helping future homeowners manage the obstacles one home at a time. Simply put if you help build it, you will one day own it. Soon-to-be...
(00:01) - Mike Armentor, Owner - Armentor Jewelers is a locally owned family style full service retail jewelry store that's been serving Acadiana for over 80 years. We specialize in all kinds of fine jewelry from large diamonds, custom...
On this episode of Creative Living, we talk about electric cars with Autotrader, the benefits of building a new home, why you shouldn’t wash your car at home, getting on a healthy eating path, and much more.
A revitalization project in OKC is providing a hot spot for niche businesses and provider services to hang out the welcome mat. Meet female entrepreneurs in EastPoint and get an inside look at their businesses.
Whether you are looking for one piece of furniture or items for the whole house, don't buy before checking out Habitat for Humanity of Lafayette ReStore. From unique "one of a kind" to hard to secure finds. Habitat's for Humanity...
What is the job outlook for 2022? On this episode of Creative Living, Jessica Pierce, CEO of Career Connectors, joins the show to talk maneuvering today’s job market and landing that perfect job.
The Shining Light Foundation, founded by Gizette Knight, is making main street art with their Black History Month Mural Project, where artists paint 28 murals representing the 28 days of February.