Allons - iMagazine

Allons in Cajun French means come now or let’s go, which perfectly sums up what LCVC’s interactive magazine is all about. Allons focuses on things that are uniquely Lafayette as seen through the eyes of locals. From the latest food trends and local restaurants to attractions, music and upcoming events, Allons serves as a travel resource for those visitors who want to experience Lafayette as a local. For local readers it’s a new way to experience their home town and learn about things happening in their own backyard. Allons is available as a free download in the iTunes store for your iPad and can also be viewed on your desktop or laptop.

Volume I: Marc Broussard Volume II: Terrance Simien

In this issue Allons catches up with Marc Broussard, rising star and Bayou Soul music phenom who shares what he loves about Lafayette and looks forward to when he returns from the road. Find out more about Marc by clicking here or click the image below to download Allons Volume I.

In the second issue of Allons catches up with two-time Grammy winner Terrance Simien who talks about growing up in Cajun Country, his music and some of his favorite Lafayette spots to eat. Find out more about Terrance by clicking here or click the image below to download Allons Volume II.

Our interactive magazine is designed to be viewed on an iPad or iPad Mini.
You are also able to view it on your computer or laptop by following the instructions below.
1. Connect your iPad and computer and launch the iTunes app on your computer.
2. Click the "Click here to download!" button below. The file will download onto your computer.
3. Return to iTunes. In the top menu, click "File" and select "Add to Library..."
4. You will be prompted to locate the file you downloaded in Step 2 above (Allons.ibooks). Select the file and click "Open." The file is now in your iTunes Library, located in the Books section.
5. Sync iTunes and your iPad: On your computer in iTunes, go to the "File" menu, select "Devices", click "Sync" the_name_of_your_iPad_appears_here". (Be sure your iTunes settings enable syncing of books.)
6. On your iPad, find the iBooks app. (It's a free download from the Apple App store if you don't have it.) Touch the iBooks app icon to open it, then click on the "Allons - Summer 2013" book to launch it.