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Are you Baton Rouge Enough?

From crawfish to costuming, how to do everything like a local

Garden Party

Frolic with us as we tour Baton Rouge gardens—and explore a fresh, feminine approach to garden-party attire.

Food & Drink

Restaurant review: La Salvadoreña

If you blink, you might miss it. Inside an unassuming building on Nicholson Drive is a juggernaut of flavors waiting to be discovered. La Salvadoreña is one of several authentic Hispanic and Latin restaurants that dot the city, but it has very little in common with the competition. Cooking up the unique flavors of El Salvador, this hidden gem is adjacent to LSU and is perfectly positioned to be discovered…

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Style & Home

Garden Party

Flowers aren’t the only thing blooming in Louisiana. Springtime sees our wardrobes blossom, too. Frolic with us as we tour Baton Rouge gardens—and explore a fresh, feminine approach to garden-party attire.

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Things to do

April 2017 Calendar of Events

Throughout Spring Live After 5 Get ready to dance and enjoy a free concert downtown every Friday—Live After 5 is back. The outdoor concert series, produced by Downtown Business Association, runs April 7-May 26, 5-8 p.m., at Repentance Park. downtownbr.org The lineup: April 7: Chris Leblanc’s Big Band April 14: Chase Tyler Band April 21: Kristin Diable + Burris April 28: Travis Thibodaux May 5: AM/FM May 12: Todd O’Neill…

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Our City

Are you Baton Rouge Enough?

Somewhere between the roaring crowds in Tiger Stadium, the bronzed ghost of Huey Long on the State Capitol lawn and the smell of shrimp in the fryer, there’s a culture and an identity unique to Baton Rouge. It’s not easy to capture, but if you piece together years of history, pink plywood flamingos and secret family recipes, you’ll find the voice you’re looking for. That’s what we’ve tried to accomplish with…

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