Coming soon to a theater near you

A partial list of movies recently filmed? or being filmed in the Capital Region:
 

New faces set to join EBR school board

There will be at least three new members on the East Baton Rouge Parish School Board next year.
 

Brewery leases space

A microbrewing company is beginning operations in an old Sears warehouse off Nicholson Drive.
 

StartUp

July 13, 2010 issue
 

Lawsuit exposes union agenda

A lawsuit filed by teacherís unions to block school reform measures pushed by Gov. Bobby Jindal reveals the organizations are interested in protecting jobs and wages, not improving education.
  True money

True money

There's no business like show business, and productions like HBO's vampire series True Blood are adding up to big business in the Capital Region.
  Going into overtime

Going into overtime

There is disagreement about whether a private company could compete with the Department of Public Works in cost and efficiency.
  Dogged by controversy

Dogged by controversy

The firingóand reinstatementóof EBR Animal Controlís lone veterinarian has triggered debate over reports of unsanitary conditions, disease and high euthanasia rates at the facility.
  LISí last stand

LISí last stand

LSUís School of Library and Information Science faces elimination despite impassioned pleas from its dean and alumni. But with $45 million in cuts coming, what choice does the university have?
  Promises, promises

Promises, promises

As the recession continues, people are turning to debt-relief firms to reduce their financial burden, only to learn some companies' guarantees are too good to be true.
  On the Record: Michael Rubin

On the Record: Michael Rubin

The McGlinchey Stafford attorney says Elena Kagan has proven that she has the qualifications to serve as a Supreme Court justice.
  Order in the court

Order in the court

The 19th Judicial District prepares for its move into a state-of-the-art courthouse that seamlessly blends form and functionality.
 

Holdenís loop dreams

Mayor Kip Holden refuses to acknowledge that plans for a Baton Rouge loop are dead. But even if the project returns from the dead, it wonít solve the horror that is Baton Rouge traffic.
 

Letters

July 13, 2010 issue
 

Permits

July 13, 2010 issue
 

Your Business

July 13, 2010 issue
 

Moving Up

July 13, 2010 issue
  Entrepreneur: Pyke Babin

Entrepreneur: Pyke Babin

When Pyke Babin and his business partner first started Louisiana Roofing Supply less than five years ago, their Prairieville office was a small trailer with a lean-to.
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