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- Louisiana may need more politicians
- Lina & James Jacobs
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Tuesday: The Louisiana Association of Public Charter Schools hosts its annual conference and power breakfast...
- Judge rules against Heath in suit against Roberts
- City-parish vows to file suit challenging St. George petition
- Red River, 'Advocate' among those submitting plans for new buildings
- Five hopefuls in 6th District make their case at Baton Rouge forum
- Hollywood Trucks to provide vehicles to Mississippi's largest studio
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This spring, PreSonus moved into new digs at 18011 Grand Bay Court. Designed by local architects Ritter Maher and developed by Moniotte Investments, the new 44,000-square-foot building cost approximately $8.8 million, including land and development. Among its unique amenities is a specialized high-tech recording studio/R&D space that was custom-designed for PreSonus' engineering and testing teams by the Walters-Storyk Design Group of Highland Park, New York. The 2,500-square-foot studio features a control room, a 500-square-foot live-sound room, a video-production suite and five test labs, among other elements.
A Day in the Life: Lagniappe Candle
At age 16, Taylor Bice of Slaughter is already a business veteran. Two years ago she started her own small company: Lagniappe Candle Co. In 2013 she rented a space at a small new store in Central, and her candle sales took off. The Generation Z teen now sells her creations at Lovely Little Nest in Watson, Honey's Love in Zachary and Southern Charm in Central, and has two more locations in the works. Bice also has a worldwide e-commerce website: lagniappecandle.com. As the name implies, every candle comes with a "little something extra." Depending on the Lagniappe line, the candles contain a piece of jewelry valued between $25 and $5,000, Pandora-style charms or beads, gift cards or codes, or the key to a treasure chest containing a child's prize. The Maniappe line is just for him: Those candles contain cash, multi-tools, knives, flashlights and the like.
A Day in the Life: River Road Coffees
For two decades, green coffee beans from all over the world have arrived at River Road Coffees in Baton Rouge, the first certified organic locally owned coffee roaster in the Capital Region. There, they are roasted into a variety of flavors like C'est Bon, Orleans Supreme and Espresso Rouge.
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