Medical school was part of the grand plan for Brenda Bolds as a young adult.
Louisiana actor-singer-producer John Schneider's years-long divorce battle with his second wife, Elvira "Elly" Schneider, is over.
The Greater Union Missionary Baptist Church in Fordoche recognized pioneers who have served the church and community in an Aug. 11 program called "This is Your Life."
The 2014 death of Baton Rouge TV personality Scott Rogers is examined in "The Lies That Bind," a new series airing at 9 p.m. Thursday on Investigation Discovery.
Designing a garden can be intimidating. It’s enough of a challenge to learn how to successfully select, plant and care for landscape plants, but design is more than learning how to plant and water.
Tony Falterman, of Napoleonville, says, "My fondest memory of Kathleen Blanco was the night I met with her husband 'Coach' Raymond and a pollster who had run a poll prior to my election as district attorney.
Todd Alexander has seen a lot during his 20-something years in the Baton Rouge music community. He’s been around long enough to notice a cyclical pattern, he said, one that sees bands, venues and audiences come and go. But his band, Glitchell, has…
It's been about five years since Kevin Gates has played the Varsity Theatre. But when the Baton Rouge-raised emcee comes through for a hometown show, it's usually for something momentous.
Chip Jackson was born in the Bronx, New York. His wife, Jennifer, was born and bred in Lafayette. Both come together perfectly in the home at the edge of a cul-de-sac in Oakbourne Estates.
The long-awaited Main Event family entertainment center, which will feature a bowling alley, scores of the latest video games, a laser tag arena and a full bar and restaurant is opening Wednesday afternoon at the Mall of Louisiana.
Growing up, Edward Benoit III knew about his dad’s footlocker in the attic but didn’t dare open it. After his father’s death in 2011, Benoit found it contained letters and photos from his father’s Air Force career.
Ascension Community Theatre is staging a variety show, but there won't be any singing and dancing.
David Medus, a member of the Calcasieu Orchid Society in Lake Charles, spoke on “Orchids Are Easier to Grow Than You May Think” to the Baton Rouge Orchid Society on July 17.
Ernie Gremillion, of Baton Rouge, says, "My mother made a donation to the church 'poor box' whenever she had something to be thankful for, and taught us to do the same. So I did that when my wife or I had good medical news.
Located across the street from the beautiful Highland Elementary School campus, the home at 6271 Boone Ave. was built decades ago as a 3-bedroom ranch style that was popular back then. But if the original owners could see it today, they wouldn’t b…
Dear Sam: I had my own business for 27 years and grew it slowly and steadily to generate millions in annual sales. While this sounds good, unfortunately it required my attention with every facet of the business; therefore, I consider myself good a…
Golf, Winston Churchill allegedly said, is a game whose aim is to hit a small ball into an even smaller hole, with weapons singularly ill-designed for the purpose. But what if it weren’t quite so hard?
One of the most anticipated events here in the Capital City is the annual Best Dressed Ball benefiting the American Cancer Society, and those who turned out for the Aug. 10 event at the Raising Cane’s River Center were not disappointed.
When our house was burglarized last January, whoever did it turned over one of our garden pots while they were breaking in. As big as a bushel basket and made of terra cotta, the pot crashed to the pavement and cracked in a half-dozen pieces.
My time in the Navy and my job afforded opportunities to do things and visit places that I would not otherwise have been able to enjoy. Whether with family, friends or alone, each carries a special memory.
Two men will be stepping into the roles of two of film's most iconic women to raise money for the all-female Red Magnolia Theatre Co.
Tickets are on sale for Red Magnolia Theatre Co.'s annual fundraiser, "Steel MALEnolias: A Night with Ouiser and Clairee" at 7 p.m. Aug. 22 at the Tracy Center Ballroom, 1800 S. Acadian Thruway. Tickets are $30-$50. redmagnoliatc.orgTickets are on…
The Hindu celebration of Krishna’s birth will be celebrated Aug. 23-24. Krishna is the eighth avatar, or incarnation, of Lord Vishnu, a Hindu god.
"Making a Difference," a workshop for clergy and those involved in full-time ministry, will be held Sept. 24-26 at the Bishop Robert E. Tracy Center, 1800 S. Acadian Thruway.