Entertainment

Mumford & Sons to make up canceled New Orleans performance in September

Mumford & Sons are back in business and plan to hit the road soon to complete a North American Tour. Along with new dates, the band has rescheduled its New Orleans performance for September 16, 2013.

‘Swamp People’ to hold casting calls for new season

The folks behind the hit show "Swamp People" are looking for new Cajun characters to follow around on the bayou.

Police: Lil’ Snupe was not killed during a dice game, but he did know his killer

Police have released more information about the murder of Louisiana rapper Lil’ Snupe. They say at least one online rumor is not true, but have confirmed another.

La. rapper Lil' Snupe killed in Winnfield

A Louisiana native rapper was shot and killed in Winnfield, La.

James Gandolfini, star of film/television, dies in Italy at 51

James Gandolfini, film and television actor and star of the popular TV drama The Sopranos, died Wednesday night after cardiac arrest on vacation in Italy, where he was to appear at a film festival in the town of Sicily.

Baton Rouge Film Commission launches rebrand

The Baton Rouge Film Commission (BRFC) has launched a complete rebranding, including logo and website redesign.

Miss Louisiana USA finishes in top 10 of Miss USA pageant

She didn’t take home top prize of Miss USA 2013, but she represented Louisiana well Sunday in Las Vegas.

Hank Williams, Jr. kicking off summer with "Old School, New Rules" Tour

Grammy Award winner Hank Williams Jr. is gearing to launch a 2013 summer tour in celebration of his latest album, Old School, New Rules. Cities among the concert lineup include Detroit, Orlando, Atlantic City, Biloxi and many more.

Musicians raise their instruments to support victims of Mother’s Day shooting

Musicians are raising their instruments to show support for the victims of the Mother’s Day shooting.

'Centuries of Progress: American World's Fairs, 1853-1984' exhibit opens June 12 at LSU

The LSU Student Union Art Advisory Committee is proud to announce the exhibit ‘Centuries of Progress: American World’s Fairs, 1853-1984.’ The upcoming show will be on display in the LSU Union Art Gallery June 12 through July 2