‘Won’t you forgive me’: Homeless man sings beautiful verse with Baton Rouge gospel artist during video shoot

BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) – Quinton Triplett went to the levee underneath the Mississippi River Bridge in downtown Baton Rouge Saturday, March 20 to create some videos to post to his social media accounts to promote his upcoming gospel rap album. He has been creating gospel rap music for 10 years under the stage name ‘Chosen Child.’ The… Keep Reading


With rain comes flowers, and with those flowers comes the first annual Flower Fest. The Flower Fest, April 3-4 at at Pointe-Marie, is a statewide floral competition. Eleven professional florists will create gigantic installations using “Louisiana promenade”-style statuaries. Through their floral art, they’ll showcase the fresh flowers and greenery that can be found in Louisiana.  The event… Keep Reading

Curbside service, at-home delivery of alcohol in Baton Rouge might last after coronavirus

Relaxed restrictions that prevented local bars and restaurants from plunging even father into the red due to shutdowns and gathering restrictions during the coronavirus pandemic could stick around indefinitely. The Metro Council on Wednesday will discuss amending the city-parish’s ordinance around alcohol and liquor sales to allow bars and restaurants to continue curbside service and… Keep Reading

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