‘225’ celebrates 10 years of covering Baton Rouge

When 225 launched in November 2005, Baton Rouge was a strikingly different place. In this commemorative edition, we relive an incredible decade that transformed our city. From national championships to Hurricane Katrina, we chronicle the moments that made us laugh and the ones that made us cry. We revisit the people, places and events that changed our landscape.

But perhaps most importantly, we look toward the future, envisioning the projects and people that will make this city more electric than ever.

We can’t think of a better place to make a magazine in.

Click below for stories from our anniversary issue and highlights from the last 10 years in Baton Rouge:

A decade of change: Pivotal moments in Baton Rouge we all remember from the last 10 years

10-year timeline: A chronological look at how Baton Rouge got to where it is today

10 places that changed the landscape of the Capital City

Commentary: It feels like I’m (not even) in Baton Rouge

Becoming home: Profiles of New Orleanians who now call Baton Rouge home

10 Baton Rouge sports moments that made major headlines

Roundtable: Local leaders reflect on where Baton Rouge is headed

Developments to watch: Projects in the works that could have a lasting impact

Making a magazine: Former editor talks working on ‘225’ for nearly a decade

Tom Guarisco, the first editor for ‘225,’ reflects on its launch in 2005