Author Carlos Fuentes, who played a dominant role in Latin America's novel-writing boom by delving into the failed ideals of the Mexican revolution, died
When HELEN Magazine came on to the scene in May 2006, it offered women in Greater Lafayette a place to learn about other women and issues that mattered to
Rhonda Feuer, an Independent Senior Director for Pampered Chef, visited NewsChannel 18 to offer a tip for using that leftover turkey - substituting it in
Teri Lucie Thompson explained how the Marketing to Moms Coalition helps companies reach moms more effectively.
If you are tired of your old recipes and looking for a way to use the end of summer vegetables, you are in luck.
It started innocently enough, a group of girlfriends relaxing in the sun one summer day.
Lori Corriveau shared advice about traveling with pets as part of our Helen Magazine interview segments.
An outdoor concert by the Lafayette Citizens Band is a summer tradition for many.
Jayne Feathers, the woman behind Golden Journeys, explained how her business helps seniors.
Is the furniture in your house looking tired and in need of a makeover?
In this week's HELEN Magazine segment we'll tell you where you can learn how to
Michelle Kreinbrook and Ruth Breyley talked about the upcoming Ultimate Pink Party.
It all started with the hogs, of the clay variety.
Helen magazine editor Sharon Martin explains that a Puccini's fundraiser will benefit the magazine on its 4th anniversary.
After the Memorial Day barbecues, you might be looking to satisfy your sweet tooth. In this week's HELEN Magazine segment, we'll tell you where you can find
The Habitat for Humanity Women Build is trying to get more people involved in volunteering to build homes, according to Cindy Taylor.
For Shari Wagner, watching her boys behind the wheel as they fly around the racetrack is a mix of exhilaration and nervousness.