Food and Fun

Well-known LSU tailgate bar celebrates ten year anniversary

It's nothing new that Baton Rouge is a football community with some of the most dedicated fans. Now, the college sports bar that overlooks Tiger Stadium is celebrating 10 years of food, fun and of course, tailgates

LSU issues parking updates and reminders to Tiger fans for home opener

Beginning with the 2013 football season, LSU game day parking lots have been renamed to accommodate the large number of reserved lots currently in use as well as to provide a more efficient way to direct fans to their lots on campus. 

Voodoo Experience announces day-by-day-line-up for 2013 festival

The Voodoo Experience has released its day-by-day-line-up for its 15th annual festival.

After one year open, L'Auberge has shown Baton Rouge is a 'destination' city

It’s been one year since L'Auberge opened its doors on the south side of town. The casino and hotel has shown they not only are making a name for themselves but helping the local economy as well.

Book teaches students at St. Joseph's Academy a life lesson

A New York Times best-selling author made her way to Baton Rouge Thursday to share her inspirational story about the true meaning of friendship with the students of St. Joseph's Academy.

Cancer Services to hold fundraiser event to highlight local cuisine

Cancer Services of Greater Baton Rouge presents the 31st Annual Capital Chefs’ Showcase today, September 5, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. at the Baton Rouge River Center.

Double reunion set for LSU football home opening weekend

A double reunion is set for the LSU football home opening weekend Sept. 6-7, 2013 as former members of the LSU Gospel Choir and members of the LSU A. P. Tureaud, Sr., Black Alumni Chapter of the LSU Alumni Association gather jointly.

Unlimited vacation? Some workplaces offer it

It almost sounds too good to be true: unlimited time off.

Local first responders gain a lunch of appreciation for working on Labor Day

Having to work on a day most people are relaxing can make for a long afternoon. One restaurant helped local first responders feel better about their long hours.

Fast facts about Labor Day

Here's a look at what you need to know about Labor Day, a legal holiday celebrated in the United States, Puerto Rico, and Canada to honor working people.

National Beard and Moustache Championships to take place in N.O. on Sept 6-7

A man with a beard is a man to be feared – that is if you’re a competitor in the Just For Men® National Beard & Moustache Championship.

LSU Tigers set to take on TCU for season opener

The anticipation of the LSU football season is well underway.

UL Lafayette to show school spirit on annual Wear Red Day

At the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, seeing red is a good thing, especially for the eighth annual Wear Red Day today, August 30, which is National College Colors Day.

The Big River Regional Stand Up Paddle and Kayak Race

Ever wanted to paddle or race down the biggest river in North America? Well now, here is your chance.

Countdown to 2014: Sponsors announce New Year’s Eve event 'Red Stick Revelry'

Mayor-President Kip Holden joined a group of local companies today to announce that Baton Rouge will host its first annual New Year’s Eve celebration called “Red Stick Revelry.”