The Friends of Magnolia Mound Plantation in association with BREC will present their 9th annual Black History Month dramatic production, Matthew Henson, African-American Explorer: To the Pole and Back, written by Oneal Isaac and based on a true
Harlem's world famous Apollo Theater, Baton Rouge Community College (BRCC), and the BRCC Student Governement Association have partnered to present, “James Brown: Get on the Good Foot, a Celebration in Dance.”
A representative of Tony’s Seafood Market & Deli released a statement Monday morning saying: “Contrary to local reports, Tony’s Seafood Market and Deli has no current plans to open a new location in Baton Rouge.”
Two months ago, the community had mixed reviews when the famous Marie Laveau tomb in New Orleans was painted pink.
That led to calls for the damage to be properly repaired for a landmark of such historic significance.
The first Ms. Wheelchair Louisiana Pageant will be hosted in Baton Rouge this Sunday, Feb. 9, at the Baton Rouge Rehabilitation Hospital, 8595 United Plaza Blvd.
The ceremonies begin at 2:00 p.m., and public admission is $5.