ALBANY -- Seven children raced through the Albany-Springfield Library, quietly yet desperately seeking for the clues to the scavenger hunt.
Acorn Theatre will perform “Twelfth Night,” Shakespeare’s timeless comedy of mistaken identity, July 27-July 29 at the McKinley Middle Black Box Theatre in Baton Rouge.
Just before the final round of Family Feud, library associate Dustin Cotton of the Albany-Springfield Branch had a special gift for the contestants.
LIVINGSTON -- Standing on stage with nothing but his guitar, Clifton Brown of the Junction Cast had a simple request for the gathered audience.
WATSON -- As more than 150 parents and children mingled inside of C.B. Wheat Gymnasium, 9-year-old Addison King located Live Oak High Eaglette Emily Shewmake amid the chaos and ran into her arms.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- The line outside the meeting room of the Denham Springs-Walker Library stretched down the corridor, which echoed with the many voices of children and their parents as they anxiously waited to get inside.
Less than four months after publishing her first novel, Denham Springs native Chelsea Jagot will be the featured author at a book signing.
The Denham Springs-Walker Library invited kids ages 3-7 to experience the magical world of famous children’s author Dr. Seuss during “Seussville” on Thursday, June 15.
This summer, Tony Collins, Alexandra Abney and Michael Guillot of the Playmakers of Baton Rouge will perform 40 family-friendly shows at libraries, gyms and community centers in and around Baton Rouge.
Storyteller Grayhawk Parkins walked into the room wearing a comfortable short-sleeve button-down, khaki pants, a pair of Sperry boat shoes and a white fedora — not your stereotypical Native American attire.
Stacks of old lumber and sheets of rusted tin cluttered the Hungarian Settlement Museum when Alex and Royanne Kropog took charge 17 years ago.
The Livingston Parish Library opened registration for its Summer Reading Program “Build a Better World… Read!” with a special kick-off day at all five branches on Thursday, May 25.
After the Great Flood of 2016, the Denham Springs Fine Arts Association was forced to cancel its fall art show.
Twenty members of Suburban Reviewers Book Club traveled by bus to Saint Benedict, Louisiana, just outside of Covington, to visit Saint Joseph Abbey and Seminary College on May 3.
Louisiana Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser wants it known: It was another record-breaking year for the state's tourism industry.
Barbara Walker made a promise to those who chose to spend their Friday night at Live Oak United Methodist Church rather than take part in any of the surrounding Cinco De Mayo festivities.
After the reopening of Movie Tavern at Juban Crossing, Vice President of Marketing Danny DiGiacomo racked his brain for an appropriate promotional event to get the word out.
Although the Denham Springs Fall Fest was canceled in 2016 due to the Great Flood, organizers have announced that Spring Fest will take place this Saturday, April 29.
Kerry Curtin walked to the front of Room 602 at South Live Oak Elementary and turned to face the room-full of students sitting at two tables in rows of eight.