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For January, The Cane Fire Film Series screens Blood Brother, which chronicles one man’s decision to move to India and restart his life among the dispossessed.


The AcA's artist in residence Keaton Smith brings the mind of a schizophrenic to the screen with The Story of Christopher Jenkins.

This weekend, Hub City Cycles holds its Grand Opening and the ASO performs its rendition of “Fantasia 2000.”

In the vein of her literary hero Ernest Gaines, San Francisco Bay Area writer Natalie Baszile transforms a crop that’s mundane to some into a lush, beautiful thing and creates a world within her characters where relatives arrive in steady waves “like a river’s rising tide” and the soil is “dark and rich as ground French roast.”

Baton Rouge businessman goes in search of his biological father and finds a serial killer instead.


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