Entertainment

Festival to honor Blues harmonica great Little Walter

The inaugural Little Walter Music Festival will strike a chord Saturday, May 4, 2013, at the downtown Alexandria Amphitheater situated on the Red River, honoring Rock & Roll Hall of Famer, Blues sideman and bandleader “Little Walter.&

Natchez bluff feels the Blues in April

The city of Natchez and surrounding area will be feeling the Blues during its annual Natchez Bluff Blues Fest to be held Friday through Sunday, April 26-28.

Local actors hold rally, asking Jindal to preserve film tax credits in Louisiana

A group of local actors are rallying to tell Governor Jindal how important the film tax credit is for Louisiana.

Rebirth Brass Band to headline AlexRiverFête

The excitement behind AlexRiverFête – a new three-day festival celebrating the arts, culture and heritage of Central Louisiana debuting this May – continues to build. 

SU’s ‘Jukebox’ performs in new Jonas Brother video

The Southern University Marching Band continues to expand its global recognition today with the premiere of the Jonas Brothers, that’s right the Jonas Brothers, new single and video “Pom Poms.”

Louisiana International Film Festival announces lineup of more than 50 features

The Louisiana International Film Festival & Mentorship Program (LIFF) has announced its roster of films to be shown at the annual four-day event.

Community Coffee launches single-serve coffee cups

Community Coffee Company, the largest family-owned and operated retail coffee brand in America, introduces new single-serve coffee cups.

Festival International de Louisiane announces 2013 Louisiana International Music Expo

Festival International de Louisiane is hosting the annual Louisiana International Music Expo (LIME) on Friday, April 26 at the Blue Moon Saloon located at 315 E.Convent Street.

Beach camping to reopen in Grand Isle on April 1

Beach camping returns to Grand Isle State Park beginning Monday, April 1.

Louisiana author releases children’s book to curb prejudices against those with tattoos

A Louisiana author has released a new children’s book that hopes to combat an issue of prejudice. However, it’s based on a topic that could seem unusual to some.