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  1. Pam's Party Line: Starting 2018 with a party kind of attitudeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 13 | The Advocate

    Le Bal de NoA l -- Presented at the Charity Ball Association's 58th Le Bal de NoA l are, front from left, Elisabeth Claire Popov, Mary Elizabeth Keller, Kayleigh Elizabeth Hoppe and Alden Elizabeth Guerin; and, back, Wellesley Jane Dittmar; Anna Maeve Reilly and Elizabeth Carolyn Upp. Le Bal de NoA l -- Presented at the Charity Ball Association's 58th Le Bal de NoA l are, front from left, Ashlyn Everett Womack, Claire Kraemer Couvillion and Olivia Grace King; middle, Adair Christine McCanless and Isabelle Brooks Maxwell; and, back, Anna Claire Lusco, Camille Catherine Delaune and Caroline Groves Schroeder.

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  2. Jason Andreasen on why we should see the funny, weird, gross, strange art called pop-surrealismRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 13 | The Advocate

    What exactly is pop-surrealism art? Jason Andreasen, director of the Baton Rouge Gallery, entices us to see the new Surreal Salon exhibit. One of the things we've seen is confusion in the difference between surrealism and pop-surrealism.

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  3. Baton Rouge Gallery celebrates the surreal at 10th salonRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 13 | The Advocate

    You have entered a Wonderland, just as intriguing and exciting - and maybe a little bit disturbing - as the one where the Mad Hatter roamed. The surprising, distorted, transformative visions of 62 artists from five countries and 19 states is realized in paintings and sculptures and ceramic pieces.

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  4. LDWF moving to new licensing systemRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 13 | The Advocate

    The Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is moving to a new licensing system and advises sportsmen that its license sales will be suspended Jan. 30-31 to make the transition to the new system. Then from Feb. 1-April 1, recreational licenses will be available only through internet sales via the agency's website: wlf.la.gov , and from state headquarters in Baton Rouge and the Monroe, Opelousas, Lake Charles and Alexandria field offices.

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  5. Few changes to 2018-19 hunting seasonsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 13 | The Advocate

    Three major items were addressed during this month's Wildlife and Fisheries Commission meeting, and hunters and recreational fishermen were knee deep in all three. Other than a dozen or so changes for specific state wildlife management areas - the most notable is increasing from five days to 14 days for modern firearms, either-sex deer days the Thistlethwaite WMA - proposed major hunting season changes include: Modifying Deer Area 9 for either-sex take in primitive and modern firearms days."

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  6. Defense rules as No. 4 Catholic, seventh-ranked Jesuit play to a 0-0 tieRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 13 | The Advocate

    On a festive Saturday that celebrated the first 30 years of Catholic High soccer, Catholic and Jesuit battled through cold and wind to finish in a 0-0 tie. Both defenses excelled with seventh-ranked Jesuit getting more offensive opportunities in the first half and fourth-ranked Catholic having more chances in the second half of the nondistrict Division I matchup.

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  7. Letters: Distorting record on School for the DeafRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 13 | The Advocate

    Advocate staff photo by JOHN BALLANCE -- A line forms to vote at the Louisiana School for the Deaf in Baton Rouge on Election Day, Nov. 8, 2016. "BESE member: Changes needed at School for the Deaf" by Will Sentell was a patchwork of assertions made by BESE member Kathy Edmonston, as well as a rehash of a scurrilous news story from 10 years ago.

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  8. Guest column: Act now to address fiscal cliffRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 13 | The Advocate

    Gov. John Bel Edwards laughs as he fields a question Wednesday, March 29, 2017, flanked by La. Dept.

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  9. Way to Go: Holiday in GreeceRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 13 | The Advocate

    Joseph Giambrone, of Baton Rouge, visits the Parthenon on Acropolis Hill in Athens, Greece. Giambrone spent his Thanksgiving holidays traveling with his uncle and aunt, Christopher and Joan Giambrone, also of Baton Rouge.

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  10. Five booked on suspicion of DWI in East Baton Rouge on SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 13 | The Advocate

    Authorities arrested at least five people suspected of driving while intoxicated in East Baton Rouge Parish and booked them into Parish Prison on Saturday, booking records show. Ceasar Melo, 19, 8253 Royalwood Drive, Baton Rouge, first-offense DWI, reckless operation and driver's license not in possession.

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  11. Youngsters see Baton Rouge Symphony performances free through 'Musical Gateways Passport'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 13 | The Advocate

    The symphony's "Musical Gateways Passport" program, underwritten by Investar Bank, provides free admission for a student and one accompanying adult, along with free parking at the River Center. It is good for one season and allows admission to three of the Baton Rouge Symphony's Masterworks series and three concerts by the Louisiana Youth Orchestra.

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  12. Human Condition: What exactly does 'community' mean?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 13 | The Advocate

    Christmas is over, but my own mind has been fixated on a Christmas Eve service in a downtown Baton Rouge church. The colorful scene was complete with candles and all the symbols of baby Jesus born in a manger.

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  13. Braving frigid air, volunteers mobilize to spruce up Baton Rouge for MLK 'festival of service'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 13 | The Advocate

    In the foreground, Bryson Boutte, of Lafayette, and Antoine 'GHOST' Mitchel, of Baton Rouge, prepare two murals during a weekend long service project on Scenic Highway in Baton Rouge on Saturday, Jan. 13. ORG XMIT: 00058912A Andy Osborn, Jessy Hutchinson, Lauren Trahan and Elizabeth Borne dig a hole to plant a bald cyprus in an empty lot during a weekend long service project on Scenic Highway in Baton Rouge on Saturday, Jan. 13. ORG XMIT: 00058912A Baton Rouge Green employee Chris Cooper demonstrates how to plant a bald cyprus tree during a weekend long service project on Scenic Highway in Baton Rouge on Saturday, Jan. 13. ORG XMIT: 00058912A Lachanda Harris and Florence Tamari, of the National Association of Black Social Workers, dig a hole to plant a bald cyprus during a weekend long service project on Scenic Highway in Baton Rouge on Saturday, Jan. 13. ORG XMIT: 00058912A Dylan ... (more)

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  14. Photos: Louisiana Marathon Saturday races: Quarter Marathon, 5K and Kids 1.2-mile MarathonRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 13 | The Advocate

    The Louisiana Marathons races, including the Quarter Marathon, 5K and 1.2 mile Kids Marathon were run Saturday, starting and finishing in downtown Baton Rouge. The Marathon and Half Marathon are set for Sunday morning.

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  15. Georgetown University plans more meetings with slave descendants in Louisiana, elsewhereRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 13 | The Advocate

    Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- Gravestone of Cornelius 'Neely' Hawkins, one of the slaves in the Georgetown University's 1838 slave sale, in Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Cemetery in Maringouin, La., Thursday, June 30, 2016. Advocate staff photo by TRAVIS SPRADLING -- Gravestone of Cornelius 'Neely' Hawkins, one of the slaves in the Georgetown University's 1838 slave sale, in Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Cemetery in Maringouin, La., Thursday, June 30, 2016.

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  16. Report: Diesel leak shuts down three lanes of I-12 near Airline HighwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 13 | The Advocate

    An 18-wheeler fire was responsible for shutting down three lanes of I-12 East near Airline Highway late Saturday morning, WBRZ reported . The vehicle involved in leaked a large amount of diesel near the highway, according to the Baton Rouge Fire Department.

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  17. Check out the high school basketball schedule for Jan. 15-20Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 13 | The Advocate

    Advocate Staff Photo by April Buffington-- Denham Springs' Xavier Miles loses the ball as Episcopal's Thomas Besselman defends during the game held at Episcopal High School on Wednesday night. Dunham coach Jonathon Pixley during Dunham High School's game against Madison Prep in Baton Rouge on Friday, Jan. 12. ORG XMIT: 00058854A Advocate Staff Photo by April Buffington-- Denham Springs' Xavier Miles loses the ball as Episcopal's Thomas Besselman defends during the game held at Episcopal High School on Wednesday night.

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  18. Wright's 3-pointer sparks Dunham past Madison Prep in OTRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 12 | The Advocate

    Madison Prep coach Jeff Jones during Dunham High School's game against Madison Prep in Baton Rouge on Friday, Jan. 12. ORG XMIT: 00058854A Madison Prep's Josh Perry pulls up and shoots during Dunham High School's game against Madison Prep in Baton Rouge on Friday, Jan. 12. ORG XMIT: 00058854A Dunham High School's Jordan Wright plays defense during Dunham High School's game against Madison Prep in Baton Rouge on Friday, Jan. 12. ORG XMIT: 00058854A Madison Prep's Kobe Julien drives towards the hoop during Dunham High School's game against Madison Prep in Baton Rouge on Friday, Jan. 12. ORG XMIT: 00058854A Madison Prep coach Jeff Jones during Dunham High School's game against Madison Prep in Baton Rouge on Friday, Jan. 12. ORG XMIT: 00058854A Madison Prep's Josh Perry pulls up and shoots during Dunham High School's game against Madison Prep in Baton Rouge on Friday, Jan. 12. ORG XMIT: ... (more)

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  19. Two-vehicle crash kills Mississippi man on Winbourne Avenue, Baton Rouge police sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 12 | The Advocate

    Baton Rouge police are investigating a two-vehicle crash Friday near Winbourne Avenue and Dougherty Drive that killed a Woodville, Mississippi, man and injured one other person. Oliver Perry, 67, was taken to a hospital but died later Friday from his injuries, said Sgt.

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  20. Our Views: Baton Rouge is smiling through tears in wake of 'Buckskin Bill's' deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 12 | The Advocate

    In 1956, WAFB-TV children's show host William "Buckskin Bill" Black began closing is program witht he admonition "Remember, Baton Rouge needs a zoo." After the Greater Baton Rouge Zoo opened in 1970, Black asked his young listeners to donate pennies to buy an elephant.

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