BR Lagniappe

Earth Day 2012 set for April 22 in Baton Rouge

Bob Dillmuth with Louisiana - Earth Day 2012 said that this year's Earth Day will feature a Recycling Fair to instruct on many "green" practices, such as curside recycling composting, solid waste removal and ground water issues.&n

InterFaith Federation 'CommUNITY Concert' to be held April 29

Vivian Walker with the InterFaith Federation of GBR spoke about their free annual Sounds of CommUNITY Concert . 

Skeeter Run event to benefit effort to stop malaria worldwide

Karen Stagg with United Methodist Annual Conference spoke about the Louisiana United Methodist Conference's Skeeter Run --5K Run and Fun Walks on Saturday, April 21, benefiting the United Methodist Gloval Initiative dedicatd to eradicating

DeBose Festival to host cabaret event at Boudreaux's

Myrtle David, Executive Director of DeBose Foundation , spoke about the DeBose Cabaret, Dinner and Show on Sunday, April 15 at 3:00 p.m. at Boudreaux's .  The event will feature zydeco, blues, and jazz music. 

CEO of Humane Society of the U.S.Author's Book

Wayne Pacelle with the Humane Society of the U.S.

Sunday in the Park music series begins this weekend

Derek Gordon with the Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge joined the set of Baton Rouge Lagniappe this week to discuss this year's lineup for Sunday in the Park Music Series- a series that will be held in Town Square this yea

BR Transit Reform to be voted on April 21

Adam Knapp with the BR Chamber of Commerce and Reverend Raymon Jetson, Pastor of Star Hill Church in BR shared about the Comprehensive Transit Reform to be voted on April 21.

Dreams Come True lets taxpayers donate to grant wishes

Jackie Heroman with the Make A Wish Foundation joined this week's episode of Baton Rouge Lagniappe to discuss their organization, which grants terminally ill children a wish. 

Local women re-entering workforce get suited up for work

Karron Alford with Women in Media Baton Rouge shared about this year's "Attire for Hire" Annual Clothing Drive to be held Saturday, March 31 from 8:00 a.m.

Mayor Holden to ride bike for Parkinson's Awareness

Sally Palmer with the InterFaith Federation of Greater Baton Rouge talked about Parkinson's disease and also about an event to raise awareness of the disease.