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As the coronavirus pandemic continues, local blood provider Vitalant and food delivery company Waitr are partnering to launch a two-week blood drive to help Baton Rouge patients through life-saving blood and plasma donations.
Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux said it has taken on an Atlanta-based private equity firm as a strategic partner to help the Baton Rouge-based chain reach its goal of opening 150 locations over the next 5 years.
Charles Wilford's grandfather was not going to let him run the streets. And that's how he learned to cook.
Well-known local chef Jay Ducote always puts on a good show, and we're sure it will be no different when the East Baton Rouge Parish Library hosts "Stir the Pot with Jay Ducote" at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 21, on Facebook Live.
If you've traveled to Mexico, you may have enjoyed cochinita pibil, a dish that's made by rubbing a whole suckling pig with warm spices and juice from bitter oranges, then wrapping it in banana leaves and slowly pit-roasting it until it is tender.
The new location of the Great American Cookie Company and Marble Slab Creamery combination store opened today, Oct. 7, in the City Square Shopping Center at the corner of Bluebonnet Boulevard and Highland Road.
The Friends of the LSU AgCenter Botanic Gardens at Burden is putting a different spin on its long-standing fall fundraiser in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
Copper Alvarez, executive director of the Big River Economic and Agricultural Development Alliance, has announced her retirement, effective in December.
Linda White said while she’s pleased the number of coronavirus cases in East Baton Rouge has dropped enough that she can reopen her bar, The Jefferson Lounge, she’s disappointed with the rules she’s going to be operating under.
The autumn harvest is off to a great start. In the coming months, there will be squash and hearty greens, fall tomatoes and crunchy root vegetables filling tables at farmers markets and produce stands all over the state.
Dace Camp was a registered nurse working with transplant patients in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic when he started building The Camp Seafood Market and Patio in Gonzales.
The Baton Rouge Symphony is hosting a virtual wine and cheese tasting fundraiser featuring Spanish wines from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 9.
This week, for the first time in we can't remember how long, a true cold front will push our temps into the 50s. And you know what that means, right?
P.F. Chang’s has said that up to 75 employees at both its Baton Rouge and Metairie restaurants could face reduced hours for more than six months.
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.
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.