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Baton Rouge Map, Louisiana

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Baton Rouge Nightlife

If you are looking for a place where you can listen to some rhythm and blues, look no further than Teddy's Juke Joint.  This place used to be a shotgun house, which is Teddy’s birth place  and it was transformed into a club for the blues by Teddy and his wife, Nancy.  On the club's walls you can see old pictures, license plates, old relics, and bar signs.  Teddy spins the best of the rhythm and blues from behind... read more

Baton Rouge Travel Guide

The culture of Baton Rouge is a mix of Creole and Cajun Catholics, as well as Baptists from South Mississippi and the Parishes of Florida.  You can find the Cajun culture expressed through dance, joie de vivre, and food.  The city also has two radio programs that are Cajun, and Zydeco and Cajun dances are held across the city.  The Cajun French Music Association and Baton Rouge Blues Society are the city's two key... read more

Baton Rouge Sightseeing

It is a well-situated riverboat casino. It offers live poker games including blackjack, roulette and crap. Live music performances delights the guests with more fun in the warmth and friendly atmosphere. read more

Baton Rouge History

The human remains found along the Mississippi, Comite, and Amite rivers indicate that Baton Rouge was inhabited about 8000 BC. In the mid 17th century, the French speaking settlers were forcefully driven by the British Forces to the rural areas of Baton Rouge. In 1817, Baton Rouge became the state capital of Louisiana. During the Third Battle of Baton Rouge, the capital was moved to Shreveport but it was returned back... read more

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