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HOT ART, COOL NIGHTS

May 3, 2015 | By | Reply More
HOT ART, COOL NIGHTS

A Mid City Merchants Art Festival Let ART arise! The twelfth annual Baton Rouge Mid City Merchants sponsored spring art festival, “Hot Art, Cool Nights”, will be held on Friday night, May 8 2015, from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. This premier spring art event is one of the tops in the city as attested […]

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May Digital Issue

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May Digital Issue

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March Digital Issue

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Strange but TRUE

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• It was noted 20th-century British playwright Tom Stoppard who made the following sage observation: “It is better to be quotable than to be honest.” • You’ve probably seen ventriloquists perform, but you may not realize that it’s a skill not limited to humans. The crested bellbird, which can be found in the wetlands of […]

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Trivia

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1. ANIMAL KINGDOM: What is a group of sea turtles called? 2. SCIENCE: For what field of science was Tycho Brahe best known? 3. LITERATURE: How many book-length novels about Tarzan did Edgar Rice Burroughs write? 4. GEOGRAPHY: What part of the world was once called Caledonia by the Romans? 5. HISTORY: Which French king […]

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February Digital Issue

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February Digital Issue

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One-Bowl Wonder

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One-Bowl Wonder

The Kitchen Diva by Angela Shelf Medearis One-Bowl Wonder Every day, somewhere in the world, an anthropologist is studying old pottery and other ancient remnants of our society, giving us new insights into our culinary past. Soup, the simple unapologetic dish that is as classic as a black dress, has always been considered a primitive […]

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January Digital Issue

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Cookie Exchange Party Is Holiday Tradition

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Cookie Exchange Party Is Holiday Tradition

The Kitchen Diva by Angela Shelf Medearis Cookie Exchange Party Is Holiday Tradition The simplest way to infuse your house with the smells of Christmas is to bake cookies. Baking is a wonderful part of the holidays, and hosting family and friends for a cookie baking/exchange party is a great way to start or continue […]

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