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The city has its own symphony orchestra, the Lake Charles Symphony.It was founded in 1938 and hosts concerts at the Rosa Hart Theatre, The Central School Arts and Humanities Center, located in the historical Charpentier District, is owned by the city.Long before incorporation and even before the Louisiana Purchase, other names for Lake Charles were Porte du Lafitte (Port of Jean Lafitte) or Rivière Lafitte (River Lafitte/Lafitte's River), among many other names now lost.Eliche had also founded other outposts and towns in Louisiana prior, most notably Marksville, which is named after him.Prien Lake Mall, which serves nearly 300,000 people is anchored by four department stores: Dillard's, Sears, Kohl's, and JCPenney. Retailers include Talbots, Gap, Aéropostale, Bath & Body Works, Ulta Beauty, Express, American Eagle, Buckle, and Hollister.Lake Charles has a strong Creole and Cajun culture because of its location in south Louisiana.
There were 28,228 households, out of which 26.6% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 37.8% were married couples living together, 18.3% had a female householder with no husband present, and 39.4% were non-families.
and is located on the banks of the Calcasieu River in southwestern Louisiana. Contraband Bayou, Henderson Bayou, and English Bayou flow through the city.
Oak trees and pine trees dot the landscape; the lumber industry was once the main economic engine of the area.
There are also urban tales he had planned to name the settlement Nouveau Cadix (New Cádiz)", after the city in Spain, but this is uncertain.
During and after World War II, Lake Charles experienced industrial growth with the onset of the petrochemical refining industries.