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Food & Drink

Cozy up with these fall cocktails from Baton Rouge bars

Coffee and tea aren’t the only drinks that easily transition into festive fall flavors. Local bartenders and mixologists are serving sweet and spicy handcrafted cocktails just in time for the next cold front. You'll taste seasonal flavors like spiced apple, cinnamon and carrot cake in these fall cocktails that are showing up around Baton Rouge. What fall drinks are you enjoying this season? Tell us in the comments! Rye Baby…

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Style & Home

Outfits to get you through all that in-between fall weather

It’s time to break out the hats and boots. Or is it? We’re officially in that time of the year where, well, nothing is official when it comes to the weather. Some days may get chilly enough for a sweater and scarf. But let’s face it—others are going to be downright hot. That’s OK, though. In fact, let’s embrace it. Not everyone in the country can get away with wearing…

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Things to do

November 2019 Calendar of Events

Nov. 1-3 • The Greater Baton Rouge State Fair began in 1965 when two existing Baton Rouge Jaycee Projects—a trade show and a carnival—were combined. For the 50-plus years since, the fair has been a local staple, giving residents a chance to enjoy live music, magician performances, a petting zoo, drone racing and more. gbrsf.com • The children’s show Paw Patrol comes to life at the Raising Cane’s River Center.…

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Our City

Cajun dancing is alive and well across the Basin, and one couple is helping it keep shuffling in Baton Rouge

Corey Porche’s nightmare is the sound of Cajun music with no one dancing. “It seems very unnatural to me. This is music to be danced to,” he says. The Lafayette native moved to Baton Rouge with his wife, Danielle Honeycutt-Porche, a few years ago. She wanted to be closer to her family here, but he longed for his cultural roots “across the Basin.” And rightly so—Porche is a board member…

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