Ogden Park Prowl: “The Best Eight Blocks in Baton Rouge”.

The trendy and artistic neighborhood of Ogden Park in Downtown Baton Rouge held its 3rd annual “Ogden Park Prowl” on Saturday, September 26 from 1 p.m to 6 p.m. The small festival displayed several local artists, businesses and bands from the Baton Rouge and surrounding areas. The festival also had several stages placed in the neighborhood
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Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho hits the big screen in Baton Rouge

Movie lovers around the country and right here in Louisiana were in for a treat this weekend. As part of their Classic Series, Cinemark locations all over the U.S had special screenings of Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho on Sunday. Regarded by many as “the greatest film of all time,” and currently coming in at number 36
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Authors promoted at Louisiana Book Fesitival

Baton Rouge- On Saturday, Nov. 2 Spanish Town road and the areas surrounding the State Capital had significantly more foot traffic than it usually does on weekends. The 10th Annual Louisiana Book Festival drew in thousands to the area. Many authors from Louisiana participated in the festival and gave attendees the opportunity to get autographed copies
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The Batmobile Tour makes its way through La.

Fans who attend one of the biggest college football games of the year might expect to see food, friends and familiar team colors, but those who attended the LSU vs. Alabama game on Saturday night in Tiger Stadium were able to view an extra special and perhaps unexpected attraction.  Every Batmobile from every Batman movie
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The Advocate builds presence in New Orleans

The Advocate’s debut as a daily paper in New Orleans has raised concerns about whether or not it will serve as an effective replacement for dedicated Times-Picayune readers.  New Orleans is a city that has always been known for its tradition, and the Times-Picayune was a reflection of that, until Oct. 1 when it was
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The Buddy Walk comes to Baton Rouge

Baton Rouge, La- In just a few short weeks, the National Down Syndrome Society (NDSS) will be holding its 12th annual Buddy Walk in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The Buddy Walk program started in 1995, and since then it has grown to be a major event for Down syndrome in the United States. This event is
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