Photo courtesy of Centricity Press

Our top picks for October: Chuck Cannon, Paul Thorn, The Fugitive Poets, and Lauren Daigle Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


Beth Teutschmann

Family-friendly fall festivals, spooky-spectaculars & and full-on horror for twisted thrill seekers, too Read more

Events & Festivals

A heated battle of the genders, tiny people playing Tarzan, and—of course—Rocky Horror Read more

Events & Festivals


Gene Tomko

Just in time for her the release of her new book—"Taking the World by Storm"—Yvette Landry will be inducted into the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame at this year's Festivals Acadiens et Créoles Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


Christopher Janney. Courtesy of the artist.

In anticipation of Janney's architecture installation, "Harmonic Grove," at the new Our Lady of the Lake Children's Hospital, the multimedia artist presents a special, interactive exhibition at the Louisiana Art & Science Museum Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


Aline Moreaux

The Baton Rouge native is enthralled with Louisiana wildlife and cultural themes Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


Brian Pavlich

Inside the creative hyperactivity of St. Francisville's music scene Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


Ron Stanford

Doug Kershaw's much-anticipated memoir and a long-lost collection of photos documenting life inside the dance halls of Acadiana in the '70s Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


Lucie Monk Carter

Our top picks for August: Molly Taylor & Denton Hatcher, Wayne Toups, the Rodney Crowell Band, and Robert Earl Keen Read more

Events & Festivals


Lucie Monk Carter

With her jewelry, Molly Taylor shines a light on nature's raw designs Read more

People & Places

Our top picks for July: Kathy Mattea, Wayne Toups, Robbie Fulks & Redd Volkaert, and Swamp Stank Read more

Events & Festivals


Courtesy of Tatro

New toys for creative Louisiana kids ... and adults Read more

People & Places


Paul Kieu

Bravery positions Yvette Landry for breakout success Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


Jordan Hefler

Four Baton Rouge women defying stereotypes, three minutes at a time Read more

Visual & Performing Arts

Seeking stories from people all around the world who are living with depression and anxiety Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


Courtesy of LSU

Ava and Cordell Haymon have donated $1.2 million to establish a music therapy program at LSU Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


Douglas Mason

Inside the lasting success of New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival—celebrating its 50th year of New Orleans culture, food, and music. Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


A folk album, a coffee-shop exhibit, and a hotel restaurant to consider this month Read more

Visual & Performing Arts


James Fox-Smith

Before the feast, a West Baton Rouge pop-up exhibit on sugar's history in Louisiana, complimented by cocktails courtesy of Alma Plantation. Read more

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