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Seafood gumbo secrets

Seafood gumbo secrets

It's finally cool enough to make gumbo, and like many of you, I set my pot ablaze last weekend to turn out Louisiana's favorite one-pot dish. My go-to gumbo is usually seafood (unless it's a post-Thanksgiving turkey-bone gumbo), and I've played...

DATE: October 23, 2014 | CATEGORY: Spatula Diaries

River Center parking garage shuttered due to severed tension cable

A contractor making modifications to the River Center West Garage on St. Louis Street, which provides 522 parking spaces downtown, accidentally severed a tension cable that runs through the pre-stressed concrete on the first floor of the garage,...

DATE: October 22, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

Groups look to organize carpooling in BR area with new technology

Groups look to organize carpooling in BR area with new technology

The Baton Rouge Clean Air Coalition and Capital Region Planning Commission are looking to establish a new program that would connect Baton Rouge area commuters online and organize carpools. The CRPC recently awarded grant funds to Toronto-based...

DATE: October 22, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

Inside David Vitter's playbook

Inside David Vitter's playbook

Anyone who has served as governor will tell you it's not enough to simply be elected. To truly run a state like Louisiana, a governor needs a strong political infrastructure and a party that's willing to die on the sword. Some governors lay their...

DATE: October 21, 2014 | CATEGORY: Columnists

Alford: Inside David Vitter's playbook

Alford: Inside David Vitter's playbook

"Anyone who has served as governor will tell you it's not enough to simply be elected," writes columnist Jeremy Alford in his latest column. "To truly run a state like Louisiana, a governor needs a strong political infrastructure and a party that's...

DATE: October 21, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

'Daily Report' Week in Review

The economic forecast for Louisiana over the next two years is so positive that economist Loren Scott says he ran out of...

DATE: October 17, 2014 | CATEGORY: News

Oktoberfest returns at Middendorf’s

Middendorf’s Restaurant in Akers is best known for its paper-thin fried catfish, but every fall it also brings Bavaria to the bayou. Owners Karen and Horst Pfeifer, who bought the restaurant after Hurricane Katrina, are once again holding...

DATE: October 16, 2014 | CATEGORY: (Dine) Du Jour

Walk-On's donates more than $20,000 to charity

After a month-long fundraising initiative that ran in September to help feed hungry kids, Walk-On's Enterprises will turn its attention to breast cancer awareness in October. The business, which includes Walk-On's Bistreaux & Bar, announced last...

DATE: October 16, 2014 | CATEGORY: (Dine) Roundup

Bayou Country Superfest to include third day again in 2015

When the Bayou Country Superfest returns to Tiger Stadium for its sixth year over Memorial Day weekend next year, it will be a three-day festival for the second straight year. When Festival Productions Inc. confirmed the festival would return in...

DATE: October 16, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

LSU Golf Course faces uncertain future as board reviews use

LSU Golf Course faces uncertain future as board reviews use

As LSU gears up to revisit its master plan, its Office of Facility Services has assembled a board to review the use of the 18-hole LSU Golf Course and submit recommendations for its future. "It's 127 acres. We want to make sure we're using it in the...

DATE: October 16, 2014 | CATEGORY: Daily Report

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