Food & Drink

Order this: Bananas Foster Latte at City Roots Coffee Bar

This dreary, colder weather calls for a warm, sweet pick-me-up. Luckily, City Roots Coffee Bar is brewing up a variety of drinks full of caffeine and flavor. We stopped by the local coffee shop to get a taste of one of the fall menu drinks: the Bananas Foster Latte, created by barista Joe Foster. Watch as he takes us through the steps of how to make this flambéed drink that…

Style & Home

Want your holiday tablescapes to shine? Here are 6 tips from Gourmet Girls’ founder

Entertaining is a mainstay in Baton Rouge, but gathering at home has become even more popular since the pandemic, says Katia Mangham, founder of luxe catering company Gourmet Girls. Last year, the business expanded its Studio Park digs, creating a retail showroom in which Mangham displays table design inspo with European lines like Ginori. “Home entertaining has really become a big deal,” Mangham says. “So, it’s great to take your…

Things to do

November 2023’s calendar of can’t-miss events around Baton Rouge

Where to play around Baton Rouge this month All month Ice, ice baby! Don’t miss a chance to see the puck drop at the Raising Cane’s River Center this month. Baton Rouge Zydeco Hockey glides into its inaugural season with icy battles against opposing teams like the Port Huron Prowlers and the Columbus River Dragons. Layer up for all the cool action. brprohockey.com 3 + 4 One more fright Halloween…

Our City

Baton Rouge’s Black fraternities and sororities communicate through the art form stepping

Southern University senior and criminal justice major Kamani Cannon dreams of becoming an officer with the Atlanta Police Department after graduation next spring. But on a balmy night in September, the Los Angeles native is only thinking about dance moves.  Cannon stands in formation with fellow Zeta Phi Beta sorority sisters Mackenzie Knight and Jasmine Brooks in the common room at the Zeta house. The Harding Boulevard location is one…