Nobey Benoit adds to our tales of Cajun boucheries:
Though it's hard to get too excited these days, a casual glance at the upcoming music release calendar signals months of good tunes.
Louisiana's Archie Williams didn't capture the winner's title on NBC's "America's Got Talent," but it was still a night he won't soon forget.
As Kids’ Orchestra enters its 10th anniversary year, the nonprofit organization is committed to supporting the East Baton Rouge Parish community through accessible music education.
Archie Williams' appearance on the NBC "America's Got Talent" finals Tuesday night wasn't just about singing the Beatles' "Blackbird."
In the wake of Hurricane Laura, the Community Coffee Company has committed to donating 10% of proceeds from the sales of Community coffee and tea products in retail grocery locations in Louisiana and Texas through Oct. 31.
The Louisiana Seafood Promotion and Marketing Board has announced its selection of chefs from across the state to represent their areas in the 13th annual Louisiana Seafood Cook-Off.
Here's your chance to get some great tacos and help out those still suffering from the effects of Hurricane Laura in Lake Charles. Torchy's Tacos, 3658 Nicholson Drive, is hosting "Spirit Night" fundraisers Sept. 28-29 and Oct. 5-6.
When it comes to choosing his songs for NBC competition series "America's Got Talent," Louisiana contestant Archie Williams says it's all about the meaning behind the music.
Amid the slew of wins for "Schitt's Creek" and "Succession," Louisiana, and specifically New Orleans, had a couple of moments during the "72nd Primetime Emmy Awards" telecast Sunday night.
On a recent Sunday afternoon, a group of people came together for a "bath" out in a wooded area at the LSU Hilltop Arboretum.
October is all about pink in support of breast cancer awareness. According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, one in eight women in the United States will develop breast cancer. Men also can get it.
The very first sense we acquire is the sense of touch. Unfortunately, touching is not a usual part of daily routine care for individuals with Alzheimer's or dementia.
South Louisiana is not typically known for its dramatic landscapes. We have no mountains, no sweeping vistas, no scenic seashores with white-capped waves crashing on its beaches.
Civil War historian Martin Morgan spoke on Aug. 20 to the Baton Rouge Civil War Round Table about the importance of the Gulf Coast fortifications in influencing the start of the Civil War and the ultimate determination of its outcome.
A new show, "Through the Window and Out the Door: Two Views of the Louisiana Landscape," featuring work by Louisiana-based artists Tamrin Ingram and Chris Burns, opens Sept. 22 at LSU's Glassell Gallery in the Shaw Center for the Arts, 100 Lafayet…
Years ago, my mother had a navy-blue Crown Victoria — that car was like a large tank. I believe my parents must have installed an early model navigation system in the car because I’m pretty sure the car was too old to have one built in. That navig…
Terror grips Kendra Ellis-Connor as she waits in a police station for word on the whereabouts of her son — her Black son.
Organizers of Festivals Acadiens et Créoles announced in June they would change the format of the popular Lafayette festival. Their purpose was twofold — keep the community safe and healthy and help musicians and vendors benefit from whatever prof…
As I perused the Wednesday Advocate's photos of Hurricane Sally's near-miss in Louisiana, I came across a scene by photographer Chris Granger that has to be the most Louisiana image ever.
To date, the 2020 movie calendar has been a shuffleboard. With the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and theaters struggling to maintain business while taking new safety measures, studios have moved movies to streaming platforms or future dates.
If you're keeping score, it's the 10th episode of the 11th season of Lifetime reality series "Married at First Sight." The five Louisiana couples have been married three weeks, and none has called it quits thus far.
Dave Arata adds to our Tuesday story about Uptown New Orleans residents selling parking spaces for Saints (and other) football games in Tulane Stadium, which lacked parking:
La Divina Italian Cafe is mixing up delightful gelatos and sorbet mimosas, paninis and lasagna and serving them up with artwork and live music.
Painting and Pinot will kick off October by teaming up with Uncle Earl's Bar, 3753 Perkins Road, for a "Painting on the Patio" class from 10 a.m. to noon Sunday, Oct. 4.
Richard M. Gibson, of Lafayette, reminds us that the opening of the Superdome, with its parking garage for Saints fans, killed a nice little side business for Uptown New Orleans residents fortunate enough to live near Tulane Stadium, which offered…
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Louisiana Super Plants program, an educational and marketing campaign that highlights tough and beautiful plants that perform well in Bayou State landscapes.