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January 2017

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Paul Kieu

Anya Schoenegge Burgess is a musical therapist, repairing violins … and relationships more

Visual & Performing Arts

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Cheryl Gerber

Saluting the unofficial patron saint of New Orleans—with a parade, of course more

History

In a first for Baton Rouge (and Chekhov too), Swine Palace to stage classic and contemporary plays in rotating repertory this spring more

Visual & Performing Arts

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Alexis Belton

Once scarce in Louisiana, third-wave coffee shops are flourishing from New Orleans to Shreveport more

Foodways 2 Comments

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Lucie Monk Carter

Nick Hufft on his food truck, his gastropub, and serving his burger as tartare more

Restaurants

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Courtesy of Visit Oxford

Southern culture, Faulkner, and the Flying Tuk more

Getaways

A Baton Rouge-based travel blogger lives, and loves, the solo travel experience. And tells us how to do it well more

Getaways

A peacock in the yard is worth two police on patrol more

Knowing Nature

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Kim Ashford

How handwritten letters (and the pack rats who save them) might just preserve us from “the Digital Dark Age” more

History

Peggy Sweeney-McDonald leads Preserve Louisiana's new tour of Natchez more

Getaways

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John Scott, courtesy of the Arthur Roger Gallery

Exploring the different ways Louisiana artists go about expressing place more

Visual & Performing Arts

Learn to listen for various species around Baton Rouge more

Knowing Nature

Have you mapped out your 2017? more

Visual & Performing Arts