Roundup: Red Stick Social / Civil Rights trail / Louisiana’s TV favorites

    Doors unlocked: Red Stick Social, the multi-level boutique entertainment venue anchoring Electric Depot is open today. The 30,000-square-foot venue, which hired George Sittig as its executive chef earlier this year, will feature live music, 10 Brunswick bowling alleys and a full-service bar and kitchen, along with other amenities.

    Historical trail: Lt. Gov. Billy Nungesser’s office is holding nine meetings across the state in April and May to help choose locations for a new Louisiana Civil Rights Trail. Nungesser’s office oversees state tourism efforts. It says the trail is planned to tell the story of Louisiana’s role in the civil rights movement. The nine meetings start April 22 in New Orleans and Hammond. They continue in Lafayette, Opelousas, Alexandria, Thibodaux, Monroe, Shreveport and Lake Charles through May 22. Read the full story.

    Binge watching: Louisianans ranked their Top three favorite shows as NCIS, Criminal Minds, and Vampire Diaries in a new survey from entertainment website Geek.com. Almost half of respondents across the U.S., 44.9% preferred to watch comedy TV shows, while only 11.3% of respondents said they loved horror TV shows. See the full state by state breakdown.

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