September 2019

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



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


Courtesy of LATCo.

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


Kenn Elder

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

Visual & Performing Arts


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


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


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


Lucie Monk Carter

The Northshore's bounty of bar bites Read more



Joseph Brooke

From utopian beginnings, Fairhope retains its allure Read more



Luce Monk Carter

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



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