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Catfish at Tony's in Baton Rouge

11 years ago by Jason Kerr
We went to Baton Rouge, Louisiana on a road trip this holiday season to see some family, and our sister told us about a grocery that filets live catfish and fries them to order. I dropped everything and beelined it for Tony's Seafood & Deli. Sure enough, near the entrance...

A Baton Rouge Soap Opera (Starring Sheriff's Deputies) Comes Here

12 years ago by Chris Vogel
Seems like hurricane evacuees are not the only ones who flee Louisiana to Houston for safety. A Baton Rouge family recently escaped here to get away from the local cops, whom they claim maliciously prosecuted them repeatedly after the family tried to expose corruption at a homeowners association involving payouts...

10 Oyster Dishes to Try in Houston: No. 9, Oysters Baton Rouge at Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen

8 years ago by Joanna O'Leary
You know what I love about SeptembeR, OctobeR, NovembeR and DecembeR? It's oyster season! Not that I don't indulge in bivalves year-round, but during these months oysters are at their peak. For the next few weeks, I'll be sampling the most memorable and tasty oyster dishes in Houston. No. 9,...

A Survivor's Story: Lynyrd Skynyrd's Plane Crash Gets the Movie Treatment

5 months ago by Bob Ruggiero
Sometimes, the sound of impending doom is quiet. And sometimes it is loud. Less often, it is both. That’s how Lynyrd Skynyrd drummer Artimus Pyle recalls what he and 25 other band members, crew, associates, and pilots heard inside their Convair CV-240 plane over the swamps near Gillsburg, Mississippi on...

Krab Queenz Houston

Krab Queenz Seafood is known for it's savory seafood and delicious daiquiris. Originating in Baton Rouge, LA by Tonique Clay, the Louisiana export is making its way to Houston in November 2018....
Bar Food, Comfort Foods, Seafood

Openings and Closings: New Restaurants are Coming, Old Favorites Return

5 months ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Our Openings and Closings is beginning to look familiar with a handful of new restaurants planned for the future, old favorites reopening and unfortunately, some inevitable closings. Some Houston restaurants are staying with take-out only while other are cautiously dipping their toes into the reopening waters. It's up to each...

Marcel P. Black's Ministry Goes In Search of the Black Messiah

9 months ago by Jesse Sendejas Jr.
“I’m like the last word of mouth rapper left,” said Marcel P. Black, the Baton Rouge-based rapper who has helped make his city pivotal to burgeoning artists in the genre. “I don’t have a whole bunch of followers on Instagram or Twitter but for people who know Marcel P. Black,...

Openings and Closings: Be More Pacific Comes to Houston, III Forks Downtown Closes

8 months ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Be More Pacific, 506 Yale, softly opened March 2. The first brunch service will be Sunday March 8.The Filipino restaurant began as a food truck in Austin in 2011 from founders Mark Pascual and Giovan Cuchapin. They opened a brick and mortar at 7858 Shoal Creek in Austin in 2017...

A Full Heart And A Lot Of Soul: Marc Broussard Puts His Money Where His Mouth Is

8 months ago by Gladys Fuentes
Marc Broussard is putting his money where his mouth is, the same mouth that produces that deep, soulful voice the artist is known for. His recent project, A Lullaby Collection is his latest effort in fundraising for his SOS Foundation and proceeds will benefit Our Lady of the Lake Children’s...

Kevin Gates Brings His I'm Him Tour To The Revention Center

12 months ago by DeVaughn Douglas
“Some of y’all haven’t been to one of my shows,” exclaimed Kevin Gates in his signature Baton Rouge accent as he walked confidently across the stage at the Revention Center. The crowd screamed as the MC paused on the side of the stage and looked out over the packed house...

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