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Dancing for a Cause 2013 line-up announced, raises funds for ARC of East Ascension

Dancing for a Cause is back for 2013 with a line-up of celebrity dancers already in rehearsals.

Saenger Theatre to reopen this fall

After more than eight years, the historic Saenger Theatre will proudly reopen its doors this fall with a grand opening celebration, featuring a lineup of performances commemorating the city’s love for live entertainment of all kinds.

BREC hosts 'Father’s Day on the Fairway'

Join BREC for a Father’s Day event for the whole family today from 6:00 -10:00 p.m., as BREC hosts Father’s Day on the Fairway at Historic City Park Golf Course, located on 1515 Dalrymple Dr.

Councilwoman to host Juneteenth celebration

Councilwoman C. Denise Marcelle, Dr. Martin L. King, Jr. Community Center and BREC are sponsoring a Juneteenth Celebration today. The gathering will be held at Gus Young Park, located at 4200 Gus Young Avenue.

Mayor Holden declares June 15 'Pride Day' in Baton Rouge

Baton Rouge Mayor-President Kip Holden once again this year signed a proclamation for Pride Day in the city-parish – declaring June 15, 2013, as Baton Rouge Pride Fest/GLBT Pride Day.

Documentary capturing impact of music in prison to be screened at BRCC

Music's value and impact on the prison community are revealed in the documentary film "Songs of Souls," that will be screened at Baton Rouge Community College (BRCC) on Thursday, June 13, at 6:00 p.m.

RESCHEDULED: Father's Day Blues Extravaganza moved to July

The Father’s Day Blues Extravaganza starring Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly originally scheduled for June 14 at the Baton Rouge River Center has been rescheduled to July 12 at 8:00 p.m. at the same location.  

Luther Kent records LPB 'You Are My Sunshine' special in Donaldsonville

LPB was working out of the KKAY radio station in Donaldsonville on Tuesday, June 11 for a special about the song “You Are My Sunshine.”

Walls Project celebrates completion of first Mid City mural with public celebration

The arts district of Baton Rouge will celebrate the completion of a new public mural with a free celebration on Thursday, thanks to the efforts of the Walls Project.

Mumford and Sons cancel sold out New Orleans show due to medical emergency

Louisiana fans of Mumford and Sons will not get the chance to see the band perform in New Orleans. That’s because the band cancelled the show due to a medical emergency.

Two new summer community art programs begin at LSU Museum of Art

This summer, the LSU Museum of Art, located in the Shaw Center for the Arts at 100 Lafayette Street in downtown Baton Rouge, will offer two new community arts programs aimed at teaching children in the community the value of the arts.

'Party for the Coast' takes place June 13; benefits Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana

The Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana (CRCL) will celebrate its 25th anniversary with “Party for the Coast,” a special event highlighting Louisiana culture, food and fun, at Generations Hall in New Orleans on Thursday, June 13,

Author and pilot Vincent P. Caire to lecture June 13 at Old Governor's Mansion

Almost everyone is fascinated with flying and its magical mechanical mysteries. But Vincent Caire's love for aviation is far above the norm.

LSU School of Music to present 'Hot Summer Nights & Cool Jazz' concert series in June

The popular “Hot Summer Nights & Cool Jazz” concert series returns to the LSU School of Music Recital Hall this summer, with shows on June 13, June 20 and June 21.

Baton Rouge Ballet to hold fundraiser today

BRBT’s Youth Ballet will hold a special fundraiser performance today to help raise funds to expand their community outreach.