Brandon Williams began running with the Happy's Running Club downtown on a whim after not running for six years because of an injury. Within a couple of months, in January 2011, he started a personal blog about running and training.
DATE: November 28, 2012 | CATEGORY: FortyUnder40
Though the national economy has been anything but booming over the last three years, Keith Tillage and his father have put together a powerhouse company. Tillage Construction ranked No. 805 on the Inc. 5000 this year. Tillage offers job-order...
DATE: November 12, 2012 | CATEGORY: Executive Spotlight
Romanian-born LCI graduate Bogdan Mocanu is firing up Baton Rouge's food truck scene with his rolling pizza restaurant, Dolce Vita, a truck custom-built to accommodate a wood-fired pizza oven inside.
DATE: May 31, 2012 | CATEGORY: News (225)
News roundup: NAI Global honors Landreneau with Chairman's Award … Isle of Capri selling Biloxi casino-hotel for about $45 million … Apple's app store reaches 25 billion downloads
At the top of hill: Karl Landreneau, NAI/Latter & Blum director of commercial sales and leasing in Baton Rouge and Lafayette, has been awarded NAI Global's Chairman's Award for performance in 2011. The Chairman's Award recognizes...
DATE: March 05, 2012 | CATEGORY: Daily Report
Positive thinkingDespite bleak news for the economy nationwide and statewide, the Capital Region has generated some good data, economist Loren Scott says.
DATE: October 18, 2011 | CATEGORY: Current Issue
We all know to check the nutritional information before we toss a product in our grocery cart, but how many of us can make sense of what’s written there? What is riboflavin, anyway? How can we know what we’re really getting in that box,...
DATE: February 09, 2011 | CATEGORY: 225 Dine
The first decade of the 21st Century has passed and a lot of historic events have happened to our nation and state. We should be prepared to deal with the worst that might happen, but expect and strive for the very best.
DATE: January 11, 2011 | CATEGORY: Current Issue
Chef David Tiner has held numerous important positions, from a U.S. Army Military Police to a civilian police officer to his current job as the co-director and chef instructor at the Louisiana Culinary Institute. In addition to keeping the peace and...
DATE: December 14, 2009 | CATEGORY: Executive Spotlight
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