Brad Pitt will get the credit for bringing the story of Solomon Northup into the mainstream, but a Louisiana woman is responsible for keeping his memory alive until now.
Morganton, North Carolina’s second brewery opened earlier this month with a name that recalls a forgotten time in Burke County’s history.
Filmed in New Orleans, this season of “American Horror Story” takes viewers inside some of the city’s oldest mansions, a notorious haunted house and possible fountain of youth in City Park.
The “Mercy Now” songstress talks about finding peace in her troubled past, being an inspiration for novelist Wally Lamb and returning home for the Louisiana Book Festival next month.
Wondering why tweets about Kathy Bates rubbing blood on her face, Jessica Lange doing cocaine and frat boys wearing Ed Hardy shirts were flooding your feed last night? “American Horror Story: Coven” is here.
Even among legends, The Earthquake Game between LSU and Auburn stands out. But, did the Earth really move 25 years ago in Tiger Stadium?
Season 3 of “American Horror Story” on FX travels to New Orleans for voodoo, serpents, witches and more scares starting October 9.
In recent years, many movie and TV productions have set up outside of California in fair climate Southern states. But where exactly is the Hollywood of the South?
Hollywood has been knocking on the door of Louisiana’s plantations since the 1950s. Here’s a list of films through the present day.
The bed and breakfast with rooms named after Shelby, Jackson, M’Lynn, Clairee and Truvy could be yours later this month.
Winding down the River Road just outside of New Orleans, Louisiana’s plantations offer a captivating journey back in time and have become a favorite filming spot for Hollywood South.
Watch a preview of this season of Bravo’s “Top Chef,” set in The Big Easy.
The modern-day twist on Washington Irving’s classic story premieres on Fox tonight, while a stage production hits the Serenbe stage next month.
The Arkansas native actor returns to directing in this fall’s “Jayne Mansfield’s Car” and shares his thoughts on writing movies about the South.
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