I limped toward Winn-Dixie’s exit, my mind on various trials and tribulations. The city’s recent long hot, dry spell had done nothing to improve my mood, though there’d just been a sudden shower. The store’s double glass doors slid open, and I hea…
Sip & Stroll Downtown, hosted by the Greater Baton Rouge chapter of the Louisiana Restaurant Association, will be held from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 21.
The Baton Rouge Symphony will feature music from “Star Wars,” “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial,” “Star Trek,” “Apollo 13” and more in its "Sci-Fi — Music of the Final Frontier" concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 21, at First Baptist Church, 529 Conven…
People come to hear Chonda Pierce to laugh, not cry. Those who show up these days need to understand that the punchlines don't always come from a happy place.
From the deep blue shade on the stucco exterior to the vibrant dining room wallpaper to the outfit she's wearing on this day, it's obvious Kristi Brousseau loves color.
The quaint Acadiana town of New Iberia will get its two hours of fame on Saturday night when Lifetime airs "Christmas in Louisiana."
We often associate spring with flowers, but take a look around and you'll see many trees and plants are blooming and changing colors right now.
The Southern University Ag Center will host its Fall Garden Workshop from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 26, at the M.A. Edmond Livestock Arena’s Multipurpose Building, 14600 Scenic Highway, Baton Rouge.
The Gulf Coast Bonsai Foundation is hosting three bring-your-own tree bonsai classes from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16, at Waddill Outdoor Educational Center, 4142 Flannery Road, Baton Rouge.
Nashville’s The Steel Woods has all of the talent necessary to carry the Southern rock torch. But don’t tell the band’s co-founder and co-songwriter that.
The wood-fired pizza scene continues to grow in the Baton Rouge area, with options ranging from quick, less expensive spots, like Lit Pizza or Dat’z Italian, to the premium experience of Rocca Pizzeria.
“The Foolproof Family Slow Cooker and Other One-Pot Solutions” by Valerie Brunmeier, Page Street Publishing Co., 192 pages paperback, $21.99
Thirty years ago, "Steel Magnolia" opened in theaters across the country, bringing Clairee, Ouiser, Truvy and their cohorts into our hearts. Now, a local theater company is marking that milestone by bringing the classic story of female friendship …
The Ricapito Writer’s Group will have a reading of poetry and fiction at 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 17, at the Baton Rouge Gallery, 1515 Dalrymple Drive. The public is invited.
Grammy-winning Christian music singer Lauren Daigle is extending her world tour, and will be coming back to perform in her home state next summer.
From 1950s-style diners to authentic Japanese ramen, Baton Rouge's food scene keeps getting hotter. Here's a list of restaurants, cafés and eateries we've tried so far in 2019.
Placing a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia in a long-term care setting is often stressful and worrisome, and it can be even more so if a decision must be made about placement in a specialized memory care unit.
What do you call a black-tie worthy fundraiser where you get to wear your “dressy” jeans and the guys can lose their ties? That would be the Sizzlin’ for SEALs Soirée benefiting the Navy SEAL Foundation held on Nov. 2.
The ancient English city of Bath, where my wife and I spent a day last month during a 25th anniversary visit to the U.K., draws visitors from around the world, charmed by the sense that time moves more slowly there.
My first glimpse of him was out of the corner of my eye. As I sat in my parked car listening to the radio while waiting to go to an appointment on Camp Street, I noticed him … and each and every person he approached that brusquely turned him away.
The LSU Museum of Art in the Shaw Center for the Arts, 100 Lafayette St., is showing "Destination: Latin America" through Feb. 9.