Three Roll Estate rebranding as Oxbow Rum Distillery

Three Roll Estate is creating new brands and launching new products in hopes of teaching palates nationwide what high-quality rum is all about. 

Nearly $1M cleanup effort includes Burden Museum and Gardens pit 

Gov. John Bel Edwards, Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser, Mayor Sharon Weston Broome and LSU officials today announced federal and state funding for the first phase of the cleanup of a borrow pit at Burden Museum and Gardens

OLOL to build $100M cancer institute on Hennessy

Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center plans to build the main building of its reported $100 million Our Lady of the Lake Cancer Institute on Hennessy Boulevard. OLOL’s board of directors approved the...
downtown

Market correction

Main Street Market, the city’s first urban food hall, will undergo a $1 million upgrade early next year but existing tenants worry about the construction impact.

Cou-Yon’s creators bringing Cajun-influenced fried seafood to Government Street

Brothers Paul and Michael Mladenka, the creators and owners of Cou-Yon’s BBQ, are debuting a new concept on Government Street: Cork’s Cajun Fried Fish & Shrimp.

Will the Metro Council carve up south Baton Rouge district to create another minority...

The East Baton Rouge Parish Metro Council is poised to vote today on a redistricting plan for the parish’s 12 districts.
restaurants

A ROOM WITH A VIEW

Attention-grabbing design, and the mood it creates, is becoming as important for restaurants as the items on the menu.

Making homework ‘fun and cool’

Offering a variety of teaching and tutoring services, Studyville is finding success with personalized service in a space where students enjoy learning.

JR Ball: Life in Jeff Landry’s Louisiana

Jeff Landry, our wannabe governor, has a message for any resident—or any city official—who doesn't think the way he does: Get the hell out of Louisiana.

McCollister: Gov. Edwards is still wrong on school choice

Vetoes by Gov. John Bel Edwards makes clear he supports teacher unions and the status quo over improved education and what's in the best interest of children.

Capital Assets

NAVIGATING THE NEW NORMAL

From the pages of Business Report

Market correction

Main Street Market, the city’s first urban food hall, will undergo a $1 million upgrade early next year but existing tenants worry about the construction impact.

A ROOM WITH A VIEW

Attention-grabbing design, and the mood it creates, is becoming as important for restaurants as the items on the menu.

Making homework ‘fun and cool’

Offering a variety of teaching and tutoring services, Studyville is finding success with personalized service in a space where students enjoy learning.