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Latte e Miele owner discusses recent closure

Baton Rouge's culinary scene was dealt a surprising blow last week when Latte e Miele owner Luca Di Martino confirmed on the restaurant's Facebook page what many had suspected—the Jefferson Highway gelateria and restaurant was closing. In the...

DATE: July 31, 2014 | CATEGORY: (Dine) Restaurants

Spotlight on Pure Delight coffee beans

Spotlight on Pure Delight coffee beans

Niklas Isaac is a coffee connoisseur. Before landing in the Capital City a year ago, he lived in New Orleans, playing jazz guitar, and in Denver, Colorado. "I've been making coffee all along the way," Isaac says.

DATE: July 31, 2014 | CATEGORY: (Dine) First Bite

Home run

Home run

David Dellucci could name-drop if he were that sort of guy. The former Major League Baseball outfielder and Catholic High School graduate was a teammate of Curt Schilling on the 2001 Arizona Diamondbacks team that won it all against the New York...

DATE: July 31, 2014 | CATEGORY: News (inR)

From page to  stage

From page to stage

The mischievous Peter Pan. A murderous prom queen. Star-crossed Shakespearean lovers. A very hungry caterpillar and a curious monkey. Some of the most colorful characters ever found in literature will leap from their parchment pasts and into the...

DATE: July 31, 2014 | CATEGORY: News (inR)

The End of the Book

The End of the Book

The final section of poet T. S. Eliot's masterpiece The Four Quartets begins: "What we call the beginning is often the end / And to make an end is to make a beginning."

DATE: July 31, 2014 | CATEGORY: News (inR)

This kitchen is closed

This kitchen is closed

When Colleen Waguespack and her husband Stephen were searching for a house in Baton Rouge eight years ago, she was struck by the number of properties that featured open floor plans. The majority of kitchens the Waguespacks saw spilled into living...

DATE: July 31, 2014 | CATEGORY: News (inR)

Linda Harvison

Linda Harvison

CONSIDERING, she became the first lay principal of St. Joseph's Academy 10 years ago, and her leadership, determination and drive continue to invigorate the school and the 1,060 girls enrolled there today.

DATE: July 31, 2014 | CATEGORY: News (inR)

Leisure baking class at LCI

Leisure baking class at LCI

The Louisiana Culinary Institute is hosting a cooking class with Chef Derrick Beverly on Sept. 6 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. This leisure class for those new to baking will cover how to make pound cake, carrot cake, and yellow and chocolate cake from...

DATE: July 31, 2014 | CATEGORY: (AR) Lagniappe

Gone to the dogs

Gone to the dogs

Fido. Trixie. Princess. Pooch. Regardless of what we call our furry friends, they are often a big part of our family. As such, we want our canines to be happy, healthy and—when possible—with us throughout the day. But where can we take...

DATE: July 31, 2014 | CATEGORY: News (inR)

A new crop of options

A new crop of options

A decade ago, you might not have known anyone in Baton Rouge who kept backyard chickens or had local produce delivered straight to their door. You might not have attended fine whiskey tastings or farm-to-table dinners where chefs experimented with...

DATE: July 31, 2014 | CATEGORY: News (inR)

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