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Louisiana International Film Festival

Louisiana International Film Festival

May 8-11 Cinemark Perkins Rowe
Coconut Coffee Cake

Coconut Coffee Cake

Coconut Coffee Cake is a light and classy dessert to end brunch.
Smoked Salmon Hash

Smoked Salmon Hash

This tasty Smoked Salmon Hash can be prepped ahead of time and quickly finished the day of the event.
Baked Eggs Sardou

Baked Eggs Sardou

Baked Eggs Sardou and Smoked Salmon Hash are the highlights of this Easter season brunch.
Staff Playlist

Staff Playlist

Songs to listen to right now
What's up

What's up

This month's issue talks a lot about springtime. As the weather gets warmer, and we find ourselves outside more, there's one thing we can't forget, and that's to treat ourselves with a cool, refreshing dessert. Specifically, gelato.
Clean, classic interiors

Clean, classic interiors

Baton Rougeans now have a new option when it comes to high-end furniture and interior design.
Chicken, meet waffles

Chicken, meet waffles

Willy's Chicken & Waffles is serving up a Southern fried favorite.
Hollywood Trucks' Ecoluxe trailer

Hollywood Trucks' Ecoluxe trailer

Go inside where the 'Fantastic Four' cast relaxes on set
Hello 225: Meet Karen Miller

Hello 225: Meet Karen Miller

Local communications professional dishes on "power thoughts," sno-balls and working for Jay Dardenne
That's the spirit

That's the spirit

The Old State Capitol has a specter and a movie all its own
Time to suit up

Time to suit up

Q: I'm going on vacation for Memorial Day weekend and I feel sluggish and out of shape. I don't have the money or time to join a gym, so what other things can I do to get in shape before summer?
Erin Casullo

Erin Casullo

The Chamber's latest hire discusses her move to B.R.
Bohemian like you

Bohemian like you

Wild style for this year's music festivals
30 Seconds: Judd Lormand

30 Seconds: Judd Lormand

Baton Rouge-based 'Hunger Games' and 'Homeland' actor talks balancing family with Hollywood
Veggies at the door

Veggies at the door

Fresh local produce and artisanal foods get more convenient
Garden party

Garden party

With springtime on the horizon, we find ourselves drawn to cocktails that celebrate the season--or, at least are a bit brighter and more refreshing.
Bacchus Bistro & Bar

Bacchus Bistro & Bar

There are times when you go to a new restaurant, and afterwards, you think, "Well, at least I tried it." Then there are those rare venues that restore your faith in Baton Rouge's restaurant scene. Such is the case with Bacchus Bistro and Wine Bar.
Dressed up

Dressed up

Spring has sprung, and it's time for salads.
It's a green thing

It's a green thing

While it might be hard for some of us to get excited about salad, the dizzying array of toppings and dressings at The Salad Shop turns that healthy lunch into a culinary adventure.
Jerry Steven Gilbert

Jerry Steven Gilbert

Jerry Gilbert has always made sound decisions.
The great divide

The great divide

Meet the strong personalities driving the St. George debate
Moms dot com

Moms dot com

Local blogs plug in with Baton Rouge mothers
Just my prototype

Just my prototype

Inside the workshop (and mind) of furniture maker and inventor Jacob Triche
Let us fest

Let us fest

It's that time of year again.
The great fix

The great fix

An absolute shock came over the diminutive young adventurer as he saw his bearded sage towering over him.
Renaissance music

Renaissance music

"The younger generation is vibrant with a new psychology."
Preach, brother

Preach, brother

If you see Brother Dege perform, he might end the show with fireworks shooting out of his dobro. Literally.
On the Record

On the Record

Tucked along an unassuming street in Beauregard Town, Lagniappe Records doesn't look like your typical record store.
Festival road trips

Festival road trips

What to see and do at Jazz Fest and Festival International
Changing tune

Changing tune

Young Cajun rockers Feufollet showcase a new sound
Zipper

Zipper

The cynical among us might want to see a lot of modern politicians take a fall, but for Mora Stephens and Joel Viertel—the filmmaking couple behind 2005's critically acclaimed The Conventioneers—that fall had to be portrayed in a very specific and realistic way on screen.
On set style

On set style

Movie-inspired looks from casual to red-carpet ready
Movie madness

Movie madness

225 joins a wild bunch to represent Louisiana at the Sundance Film Festival
Movie Trivia

Movie Trivia

How well do you know the movies that were made in your own backyard?
Made in Louisiana

Made in Louisiana

Great flicks from the Bayou State
Left Behind

Left Behind

Wheeling past the directors' chairs huddled around video village, with her gold bob topping a trim flight attendant's uniform and nearly out of breath from the action scene she just survived—barely—Australian actress Nicky Whelan has an announcement.
Red Stick flicks

Red Stick flicks

Blockbusters and our own festival bring B.R. to the movies
Desperately seeking cinema

Desperately seeking cinema

Local talent finds the Hollywood dream in B.R.
That dude with the Delorean

That dude with the Delorean

Going 'Back to the Future' in Baton Rouge



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