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September 2019

240 years ago this month, Louisianans became America’s allies and attacked the British at Baton Rouge Read more

History

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Aline Moreaux

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

Visual & Performing Arts

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Brian Pavlich

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

Visual & Performing Arts

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Courtesy of LATCo.

Leather Apron Theatre Company teaches the art of improv to Baton Rouge Read more

Visual & Performing Arts

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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

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Kenn Elder

Summer theatrics to satisfy the neighborhood's toughest critics Read more

Visual & Performing Arts

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H. S. Williams

The Louisiana State Museum's Cabildo hosts the exhibit, "The Baroness de Pontalba and the Rise of Jackson Square" coming full circle as a host of New Orleans history. Read more

Supper Club

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Courtesy of Dickie Brennan & Co.

For our September Supper Club, Chef Dickie Brennan upholds the prestige of New Orleans Creole cuisine in a menu fit for a baroness Read more

Supper Club

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Gabrielle Geiselman-Milone

Share a table—and a bottle of wine—with the Baroness Micaela Almonester de Pontalba at our immersive, time-traveling Supper Club this September Read more

Supper Club

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Lucie Monk Carter

The Northshore's bounty of bar bites Read more

Restaurants

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Joseph Brooke

From utopian beginnings, Fairhope retains its allure Read more

Getaways

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Luce Monk Carter

Share your stories with us, for a chance to be included in Country Roads' December 2019 issue Read more

Literature

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Courtesy of the Holden Family

In Pointe Coupee Parish, Pat and Jack Holden’s lovingly created tribute to life in colonial Louisiana is up for sale Read more

House & Home

Finding never-ending intrigue in Joycean literature Read more

Visual & Performing Arts

From the Australian Rock Eisteddfod to hosting LPB's Art Rocks, the thrill of performance endures Read more

Visual & Performing Arts

Italy, Schmitaly. See Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel right here in Baton Rouge. Read more

Visual & Performing Arts

The Morgan City native often writes about the African American experience, especially coming of age during the Civil Rights era in the Deep South Read more

Literature