With the approach of the school year coming ever closer, the West Baton Rouge Parish Library has maintained educational programs for youth this summer with record numbers.
When rain water begins to seep through the front doors, the question becomes: “who do I call?”
Unfortunately, in Brusly there is no clear answer, nor has there been one, according to Brusly’s Mayor Joey Normand.
The musical genre called “the blues,” for its profound impacts on pop culture in all corners of the world and its distinct American sound, has remained an aspect of Louisiana’s culture that many appear unwilling to accept, according to one of Louisiana’s own bluesmen, Chris Thomas King.
Wet weather and high waters have put a damper on trailhead construction along the Mississippi River levee.
To inspire, train and enrich the young artists of West Baton Rouge Parish. That is the goal of a new performing arts academy that is coming to West Baton Rouge Parish this fall.