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From desegregating pools to helping launch D-D Breaux's career: BREC reflects on 75 years

The Advocate 13 Jul 2022
Antiquated exhibits helped BREC's Baton Rouge Zoo lose its accreditation from the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, but is amid a 20-year upgrade plan valued at $25 million to $35 million ... Community pools in south and north Baton Rouge were havens for black kids in those surrounding communities at time.

A pastor and protester clashed over coronavirus restrictions. One was arrested

The Los Angeles Times 26 Apr 2020
The Rev ... Like Spell, the 39-year-old Bennett grew up in a religious family (Baptist and Catholic) with its own business (antiques). He loved his “church-heavy” Baton Rouge suburb and graduated from nearby Louisiana State University with a bachelor’s degree in history and religious studies ... We already have higher rates of coronavirus in Baton Rouge.”.

A River Road Memoir looks back on life in the 1950s and 1960s in Donaldsonville

Donaldsonville Chief 01 Apr 2022
After April 1, the book will be available on Kindle, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Ingram, and select book stores, such as the Cabahanosse Antiques and Gifts store on Railroad Avenue in Donaldsonville and stores in the New Orleans and Baton Rouge areas.

Baton Rouge is the new star of Disney+: National Treasure series features the capital city

The Advocate 09 Feb 2022
Disney+’s "National Treasure" television series from Disney Branded Television and ABC Signature is set to start filming in Baton Rouge mid-February ...Bruckheimer Television is thrilled to film the 'National Treasure' television series in the rich, cinematic community of Baton Rouge,“ Bruckheimer said.

Learn more about your old items at the library's Attic Treasures event

The Advocate 26 Oct 2021
Library staff will be available to demonstrate the use of the Price4Antiques Reference Database, frequently used by experts on Antiques Roadshow and available in-house and remotely for free to patrons with an East Baton Rouge Parish Library card.

In Avenue E double homicide, Baton Rouge man indicted on murder and other counts

The Advocate 16 Dec 2020
East Baton Rouge sheriff's deputies later contacted Baton Rouge police and said the vehicle had been located at a store on North Sherwood Forest Drive ... Witness accounts of an antique car, video surveillance and a bloody rubber glove led Baton Rouge police to make an arrest in a recent double h….

Rabalais: Faith, friends and football find a way during this virius-impacted LSU season

The Advocate 07 Nov 2020
Allow us to explain ... Ava was a senior, Rhonda a freshman ... 27 ... They shared ski trips ... Amant High School guidance counselor still living in Baton Rouge — they have maintained their batting average of meeting for at least one home game every season ... Armor found him in a Breaux Bridge antique shop she visited during a trip from Baton Rouge back to Houston ... .

On the area arts and cultural scene

The Advocate 30 Oct 2020
For Tickets and instructions on how to tune in, visit are on sale for Playmakers of Baton Rouge's live Zoom production, "Game of Tiaras," from Nov ... 14 at the East Baton Rouge Main Library, 7711 Goodwood Blvd. The event is similar to the "Antiques Roadshow" on LPB.

State wrestling tournament moving to Baton Rouge

San Francisco Chronicle 07 Jun 2020
SHREVEPORT, La ... The Louisiana High School Athletic Association last week said it will move the event from Bossier City to Baton Rouge next February ... “This was a tough decision ... The wrestling coach at C.E ... “The Baton Rouge River Center is antiquated in comparison to our fantastic venue up north,” Yawn said ... .

Looking to add a little life to your four walls? Think about art

The Advocate 19 May 2020
Exhibition Gallery at the Shaw Center for the Arts in downtown Baton Rouge ... Out of nothing, Sammy Emery created a garden paradise in Baton Rouge's Garden District ... When she moved to Baton Rouge, she worked for architect Karl Harvey, who assigned her to work with artist Adalie ...

Arts in the Library: A Napa weaver and her inspiration

Napa Valley Register 20 Feb 2020
“Over one, under one,” Sharon Crary intoned as a group of women watched her guiding yarn across a loom during her weaving demonstration in the Napa Main Library last week ... “It is called a wedge weave ... 21 ... Crary and her husband were collecting antiques prior to moving from Ohio to Baton Rouge, Louisiana where he was a university professor at LSU ... .

Pam's Party Line: Celebrating literary excellence, volunteers and restaurantuers

The Advocate 09 Feb 2020
Earlier in the week, Washington visited local schools that participated in the Baton Rouge Area Foundation’s student author competition ... 30, I stopped by the Baton Rouge Country Club for the Friends of Magnolia Mound Petite Antiques Forum luncheon ... 16 luncheon, the Baton Rouge ...

Quilters sew, share Underground Railroad history

Longview News-Journal 25 Dec 2019
Flo Stevenson didn’t know it at the time, but the 2004 purchase of a quilt at a flea market would allow her and other quilters to both change and teach history ... Buy Now ... After acquiring the quilt in Alabama, Stevenson took the quilt to the “Antiques Roadshow” in Baton Rouge and learned its fabric was from the 1800s ... to 1 p.m. Jan ... ....

Don't miss these events in the Baton Rouge area (Nov. 15-21)

The Advocate 14 Nov 2019
to 9 p.m., Baton Rouge Gallery, 1515 Dalrymple Drive ... A family-friendly event that will include ambassador animals from the Baton Rouge Zoo, live music from DJ Bob, children's activities, art and crafts with Baton Rouge Moms, face painting and games ... BATON ROUGE CHAPTER OF THE ANTIQUE AUTOMOBILE CLUB OF AMERICA MONTHLY MEETING.

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