Registration is now open for the fall session of Southeastern Louisiana University’s Community Music School.
Everyone’s favorite floppy-eared, fast-talking, joke-cracking rabbit was back in town for the first time in three years, along with several of his friends.
The Department of Visual Art + Design at Southeastern Louisiana University is currently hosting a summer exhibit titled “Disguises” at the university’s Contemporary Art Gallery, located at 100 East Strawberry Stadium.
A Southeastern Louisiana University Community Music School student has been invited to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City.
Mixing together music, humor, and education — all while paying homage to the land down under — performer Rob Thomas entertained hundreds of children and adults during shows at the Livingston Parish Library.
Laine Hardy returned to the “American Idol” stage for “The Great Idol Reunion” on Monday, days after his high-profile arrest stemming from accusations made by his ex-girlfriend that he eavesdropped on her without her knowledge.
The Northlake Community Band will present its spring concert on Tuesday, April 19, at 7:30 p.m., in Pottle Auditorium on Southeastern Louisiana University’s campus.
Southeastern Theatre is presenting the premiere of Southeastern Louisiana University’s Inkslinger-winning play, “Mrs. Whitman’s Words for Women,” by Chicago-based playwright Shayne Kennedy.
Author, culinary activist, radio & television personality, and cooking instructor Poppy Tooker is set to visit Livingston Parish Library (LPL) for a special presentation on Saturday, April 9.
The story of a certain young wizard will soon be told in a new way, thanks to a joint production between Southeastern Louisiana University’s Columbia Theatre for the Performing Arts and Southeastern Theatre.
Madelyn Tanner, a fifth-grade 4-H member from Southside Elementary School, participated in the State 4-H Fashion Camp that ran Jan. 21-23 at Camp Grant Walker in Pollock, LA.
Southeastern Louisiana University’s Community Music School is accepting registrations for its spring 2022 session, which begins Monday, Jan. 24.
John Schneider got excited as he rattled off some of the stunts he and his crew were planning for his latest movie.
This weekend, the Livingston Parish Library is inviting families to ring in the holidays with Lady Chops, the stage name for performer Elizabeth Vidos, who will perform at multiple branches during a two-day run Dec. 11-12.
The Southeastern Louisiana University Symphony Orchestra will present a concert titled “American Classics” Dec. 1, at 7 p.m. in Pottle Music Auditorium.
Southeastern Louisiana University’s Columbia Theatre for the Performing Arts recently announced its 2021-22 season, which offers everything from live music to dance to theater.
Members of the Denham Springs Fine Arts Association will be featured in an upcoming exhibit at the Arts Council of Livingston Parish.
Laine Hardy returned to network television earlier this week when he serenaded audiences with a performance of his newest song during an episode of ABC’s “The Bachelorette.”
Southeastern Louisiana University’s Community Music School hosted the Middle School Band Camp, one of several annual summer programs, the third week of June.
Movie Tavern by Marcus is celebrating the summer blockbuster season with Cinema Week, an industry wide, week-long party for movie-lovers that includes special promotions, giveaways, and double features.
SATSUMA -- The Grand Country Junction was back in full swing last weekend, entertaining a packed house with a plethora of country music tunes and dazzling light display inside the Suma Crossing Theater on Saturday, June 19.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- While instructor Dena Olinde walked around and offered tips on color combinations, several young artists were busy at work bringing their imaginative illustrations to life.
The Southeastern Louisiana University Theatre Department is presenting “Dark Skin Pavement,” a Black Lives Matter themed play by T.J. Young.
DENHAM SPRINGS -- Until the end of this month, the Arts Council of Livingston Parish will be filled with work created by youngsters.
Children ages 6 and up will have the chance to create Easter-themed works of art during an upcoming workshop at the Arts Council of Livingston Parish.
Entertainer and former “Dukes of Hazzard” star John Schneider is inviting people to take part in his studios’ new drive-in movie experience.