“Cocktails and Conversations with Cornae,” the latest production from local production company Maddgame Entertainment, debuts at 10 p.m. June 5 on WBTR-19.
Usually around this time, I would be settling into the NBA Finals. I'm a terrible basketball player (my father and brother had the skills), but I love watching the game. The trash talk, the alley-oops, the fading jumpers — it's high-speed poetry.
Shutdown restrictions are easing, summer is in full swing and people are emerging from their homes to enjoy a return to some normalcy after months inside.
Talk about expecting an active hurricane season: Three named storms had formed by the time the season was only two days old. So this is a good time to start getting ready for whatever is still to come.
When it comes to finding masks for vulnerable seniors, a lockdown couldn’t lock up St. James Place residents Maurine LaCour and Doris Roach.
Phase 2 in the state's reopening plan begins Friday, meaning our restaurants can increase their dining capacity to 50%.
How do you top getting praise from the celebrity judges and a standing ovation from the audience on "America's Got Talent"?
Saying it’s time to entirely reopen businesses, bar and restaurant owners said Monday they are disappointed with Louisiana's still-gradual reopening from the coronavirus pandemic.
Maria DeLouise, of Baton Rouge, appreciates Dr. F.A. and Karen Moore for displays they put on their front porch to spread daily cheer for walkers and cyclists.
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.
Built in the early 1970s, Tara is one of Baton Rouge’s older premier subdivisions. Upscale homes line Tara Boulevard, which runs from Old Hammond Highway to Goodwood, right in the heart of the city. The home at 1238 Tara Blvd. is a lovely updated …
With the passage of Memorial Day, we’ve begun another summer reading season, our national tradition of embracing books just for fun. Observing that ritual might seem a little off-key this year, coming at the end of a spring in which lots of Americ…
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.
The National Institutes of Health has awarded an $11 million grant to Pennington Biomedical Research Center scientists to establish a Center of Biomedical Research Excellence, according to a news release.
"Duck Dynasty" star and Louisiana's own Phil Robertson has discovered he has a daughter from an affair in the 1970s, according to a report from News Star of the USA Today Network.
"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.