The temperatures are ticking up as we settle in for our daily happy hour on the porch.
When it comes to finding masks for vulnerable seniors, a lockdown couldn’t lock up St. James Place residents Maurine LaCour and Doris Roach.
How do you top getting praise from the celebrity judges and a standing ovation from the audience on "America's Got Talent"?
More and more restaurants are beginning to reopen in downtown Baton Rouge, and the count has reached almost 40.
Sara Bradley, of New Orleans, says, "Speaking of re-branding the Superdome, about 25 years ago I read this description of the Superdome by Walker Percy, and it has stayed with me. It's from 'Signposts in a Strange Land: Essays:'
Some weeks, nobody feels like cooking. That's when it's time to make a big ole pot of something we'll eat on for days.
Infection prevention strategies to prevent the spread of coronavirus pandemic are especially challenging in long-term care environments as residents may have a difficult time in following recommended infection prevention practices, such as social …
Joanne Moulton, of New Orleans, says, "For the several days I was in the hospital with a new baby girl. My 2-year-old, Christy, had been told by her father and aunt that I would be back soon with a new baby sister for her.
The Hurricanes were an enigma, with many high “highs” and low “lows.” We entered the 11-year-old state baseball championship not playing our best baseball.
Six high school students who have "inspired others through their deeds and strength of character" have been named Young Heroes by Louisiana Public Broadcasting.
Entries will be accepted through Aug. 31 for the 14th annual Ernest J. Gaines Award for Literary Excellence, which honors outstanding literary work from rising African-American authors.
During stay-at-home orders, the internet has been a lifeline for many. In addition to using social media, lots of people are taking classes or researching topics, many with a religious bent.
"Organized crime in the South isn't that organized," narrates Liam Hemsworth in "Arkansas." Watching writer-director Clark Duke's dark comedy/noir, one may glean that organized crime in the South is also pretty nutty.
In the throwback machine, better known as the newspaper's files, we came across this recipe for Bacon and Date Pralines.
Millions saw Louisiana contestant Archie Williams' "America's Got Talent" audition even before it aired on the show's season premiere Tuesday night.
Perhaps during your home days, you've chosen to Marie Kondo your way through closets and cabinets. Your newly organized self finds minimalism attractive.
When Archie Williams was freed last spring after serving almost four decades for crimes he didn't commit, his mind kept returning to the thousands of men he was leaving behind — an untold number facing wrongful convictions and excessive sentences …
When the stay-at-home orders came, Anne Bartol's 12-year-old twin granddaughters, Kaiser and Kenzie Stentiford, called and asked if Bartol had any friends who were in nursing homes or assisted living homes and who might like to receive a cheerful card.
Fern Garner likes telling the story of his first experience as manager at the Krispy Kreme doughnut shop on Plank Road.
The coronavirus has taken something from every individual and the social isolation and loneliness compounds situations as well as making caregiving much more complex.