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Crepes! Mimes! Bastille Day gets nod

Crepes! Mimes! Bastille Day gets nod

Vive la liberté! Vive la France! Insomkneeacks, the bohemian coffeehouse in Broadmoor, celebrates French independence with crepes, Eiffel Tour confections, baguettes, mimes and all things French. Live music by several local bands: Prom Date, Liquid...

DATE: July 08, 2009 | CATEGORY: 225 Weekender

The silent minority

The silent minority

By the time you read this, Sean Ottosen will be well on his way to Madison, Wis., hoping to get into graduate school and sink into a tremendous film culture, complete with one of the largest film archives in the nation.

DATE: June 30, 2009 | CATEGORY: News (225)

225 names B.R.'s Top 5 Most Intriguing Albums

The music industry may have taken a nosedive, but around here scrappy little local bands with great songs seem to be a recession-proof commodity.

DATE: January 23, 2009 | CATEGORY: News

Art is going to the cars

Art is going to the cars

In anticipation of this year's Art Car Parade on May 3, Baton Rouge Gallery will present a screening of Wild Wheels, a 1992 documentary spotlighting car art in America, at 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 23. There will also be an encore presentation at 8...

DATE: April 22, 2008 | CATEGORY: 225 Weekender

Off the Wall by Erin Rolfs

Off the Wall by Erin Rolfs

In the strange and distant world of Baton Rouge in the early 1990s Peter Excho, a native of Buffalo, N.Y., opened a 24-hour coffee shop called InsomkneeAck Art House. Now, I don't know that world, I was around eight or 10 years old at the time,...

DATE: March 18, 2008 | CATEGORY: 225 Weekender

Occupational Licenses

March 11, 2008

DATE: March 10, 2008 | CATEGORY: The Region

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