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Nalini Raghavan

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Nalini Raghavan is the managing editor at Country Roads. Since graduating with an MA in cultural anthropology, she has accrued a diversity of experience from arts administration to graphic design and a number of positions in between, all of which, somehow, benefit her role as editor.

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Painting by Peg Usner

Pointers from plein air artist Peg Usner more

Visual & Performing Arts

Johnny Naylor

Photo by Lucie Monk Carter

After the August 2016 floods, the two brand-name garden outlets joined forces more

Gardening

SCOUTS BOATING IN ATCHAFALAYA

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Educating scouts nationwide through Atchafalaya adventures more

Knowing Nature

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

Learn to listen for various species around Baton Rouge more

Knowing Nature

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Lucie Monk Carter

Subscription box and gift basket companies do the shopping for you, and keep it local more

House & Home

Books from Mark Twain and Ernest J. Gaines Award winner Crystal Wilkinson more

Literature

A new book from contributor Beth D'Addono more

Literature

A new book from Stanley Nelson on his investigations into Klan-related murders more

Literature

How our state must change to survive more

Knowing Nature

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Photo by Christian Horan Photography

New Orleans’ historic hotel has re-opened its glittering doors to a new century more

Getaways

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development is selling historic bridges more

People & Places

A book that helps museum workers confront graphic, violent historical subjects more

Literature

Baton Rouge Green has released a mobile app to help explore and understand the city's trees more

Knowing Nature

Louisiana's reputation through the lens of a cult classic more

, Visual & Performing Arts

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Photo by Frank McMains.

Of Moving Color's asks thirteen non-dancers to collaborate on its April performance, You Tell Me more

Visual & Performing Arts

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Photos by Lucie Monk Carter

A day with Diane Deaton in Zachary's antiques markets more

People & Places

A cattle egret learns to count his blessings more

Literature

The film by Baton Rouge native Richie Adams premieres at the Manship Theatre January 29 more

Visual & Performing Arts

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Courtesy of Zigler Museum

The Jennings museum has reopened more

People & Places