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Mar 30, 2017
Offered as part of the Readings in Literature and Culture series sponsored by the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, Dr. Charles Elliott, instructor of history at SLU, will lead six sessions with open discussions supported by several texts.
History, Workshops & Lectures
Winner of the Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding New Off-Broadway Play in 2007 and two-time Tony nominee Dividing the Estate makes its regional premiere at Le Petit Theatre.
New Orleans, Theatre
The talk offers a brief overview of genealogical research for African Americans in the post-Civil War period, focusing primarily on tracing enslaved ancestors back through generations of captivity.
Exhibits, Greater Baton Rouge, History
The Vermilion River, that is. River Ranch's Thursday evening concert series is a good excuse to make a trip across the basin.
With the 2016 release of True Sadness, North Carolina's The Avett Brothers have continued to whittle out a place for themselves as poppy purveyors of the state's bluegrass sound.
Music, New Orleans
Mar 30, 2017 - Mar 31, 2017
At age 13, Mark O'Connor was the youngest person ever to win the Grand Master Fiddler Championship, competing against all ages, amateur and professional. Forty years later, his record still stands.
Mar 30, 2017 - Apr 1, 2017
A small-town, carnival-esque fair with rides, fair food, entertainment, and games on the midway. It's the town's fifteenth year to put this on, so they've got the formula for fun down pat. Entertainment is provided on three days of the fair, includin
Fairs & Festivals, Felicianas and Natchez, Greater Baton Rouge
Mar 31, 2017
Star of the New Jack Swing era of the early '90s, Keith Sweat is back to delight old fans and new generations at the Baton Rouge Music Festival.
Greater Baton Rouge, Music
Einstein, a passionate lover of classical music and amateur violinist, loved Mozart. His theory of special relativity, first published in 1905, coincides with the same year Elgar created one of his most famous string compositions.
Kappa Alpha Theta at LSU will host the second annual CASA Carnival fundraiser with Louisiana cuisine, carnival games, a dunk booth, face painting, and live music.
Fairs & Festivals, Fundraisers, Greater Baton Rouge, Kid Stuff
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