Food & Drink

5 food Instagram posts we love this week: July 19, 2017

Here at 225, we try to keep up with all of the most appetizing posts in the Capital City. So, this week we’re again picking out our fave posts of the week to give you a glimpse of what our food-centric Instagram feeds look like. 🌮 #TGIF ....Head over to Somos Bandidos today to feast on their killer tacos! Because why not? 🥑Go follow my friend || @EatLoveBR || for…

Style & Home

Prints charming

Summer is the time to get loud. Splash into the pool with a cannonball, turn up the volume on your backyard stereo, and amp up the noise in your wardrobe. Mixing prints has been trendy in the fashion world for a few years, but it’s just as bold and beautiful in real life as it is on the runways. So when you wake up tomorrow, mix two things that you…

Things to do

Art exhibits and concerts in Baton Rouge during July 2017

MUSIC: BEST BETS All month Jam to Blue Bayou and Dixie Landin’s Summer Concert Series every Saturday at 7 p.m., starting with Phillip Phillips, Trent Harmon, Hunter Hayes, Fifth Harmony and Forever in your Mind. The concerts are free with park admission. bluebayou.com July 1 Celebrate Katatak’s new EP at their release party at Brickyard South. 10 p.m. No cover. Find the event on Facebook. July 4 Celebrate America’s birthday at The…

Our City

Electric Depot development nods to the site’s past while revitalizing this Mid City block for the future

It seems natural that the plans to revitalize the historic Entergy site on Government Street would come from none other than the design firm sitting in its shadow. DNA Workshop founder and architect Dyke Nelson and developer David Weinstein gave the public a peek at their plans for the six-acre Electric Depot project in May. They were tapped to develop the project by the East Baton Rouge Redevelopment Authority—which owns…