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LIST: Music events happening this weekend

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — Louisiana is one of the biggest musical states of the nation. Here is a list of music events happening this upcoming weekend. The Eric Baskin Duo will be performing live at 6 p.m. Sullivan’s Steakhouse, 5252 Corporate Boulevard. Kirk Holder will be performing...
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Lil Nas X puts BET beef in song on new single

Lil Nas X has immortalised his ongoing beef with the BET Awards on new single ‘Late To Da Party’, opening the track with a chant of “fuck BET”. The new song, which also features Youngboy Never Broke Again, doesn’t specifically lay into BET any further, although the lyrics do assure everyone listening that Lil Nas X doesn’t need anyone’s help to make money. So that’s good.
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BET Awards: Time and How to Watch

The 2022 BET Awards promises to be one to remember. Airing live from LA's Microsoft Theater on June 26 at 8 p.m. ET, the show will be hosted by Taraji P. Henson for the second time, and the performances will be major. Set to take the stage is "A Milli" rapper Lil Wayne, who recently was pulled from major shows in Memphis and the U.K. at the last minute. Also performing are Lizzo, Jack Harlow, Chloe Bailey Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds, Latto, Chance the Rapper, Ella Mai, Fireboy DML, Giveon, Joey Bada$$, Muni Long, Roddy Ricch, and Maverick City Music x Kirk Franklin. Outside of the main stage, newcomers GoGo Morrow and OGI will perform on the BET Amplified Stage.
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On the area arts and cultural scene: A new museum catalog and tickets to summer musicals

In celebration of the Louisiana Art & Science Museum's 60th anniversary, the museum has published a collection catalog titled "Sixty Years of Collecting at the Louisiana Art & Science Museum," thanks to a generous Rebirth Grant provided by the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities. This new catalog is available free of charge at the museum and is also available online on its virtual learning platform at The publication illustrates Louisiana's unique history and culture through the artwork in the museum's collection created by Louisiana-born and Louisiana-based artists working from the 19th century until today.

’s Playlist of Apocalyptic Songs From Fellow LA Bands

There’s something a little depressing about revisiting just about any 20th century work of dystopian sci-fi, as seemingly most of the nightmare scenarios laid out there have since become products or ideologies casually touted by companies like Amazon. While Asimov’s technology-based fears become relevant again every time Boston Dynamics unveils a new video of their in-development robot police dogs or whatever, H.G. Wells at least missed the mark when he prophesied visitors from another planet as the #1 space-based anxiety. That, of course, also belongs to companies like Amazon, whose billionaire, extremely-divorced-guy founder’s very public midlife crisis has recently taken him to space with a newfound personal hobby demonstrating just how much money he would rather spend on himself out of sheer boredom than put toward literally ending a global shortage of attainable food and housing.

Louisiana student receives surprise gift from Pharrell

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — When a Grammy Award-winning star surprises someone with a gift, it’s an unforgettable moment. This is likely how Southern University junior, Robyn Hugues felt last week when internationally recognized rapper/producer Pharrell surprised her with a life-changing gift. According to a Tuesday, June 21 post on the university’s official Facebook page, […]

REELZ Announces Debut Date of ‘On Patrol: LIVE’

REELZ has announced the launch date of the much anticipated television show "On Patrol: LIVE". As we previously reported, this show will be much like what LIVE PD was on A&E. The show will follow police officers from around the country and broadcast calls that they respond to on LIVE television.

2 Louisiana dancers waltz into 'So You Think You Can Dance's' top 12; watch them tonight

Louisiana has two contestants in the top 12 of this season's "So You Think You Can Dance," and almost had a third. Unfortunately, the third time wasn't the charm for hopeful Matthew Deloch, an Ascension Parish native who was eliminated from the FOX reality dancing competition series' 17th season last week. Deloch had previously competed on the show in 2017 and 2019.

Selma Blair's life with adorable service dog as she turns 50

Selma Blair is celebrating her 50th birthday today, 23rd June 2022. She strolled around LA yesterday with her adorable service dog, Scout, to do some pre-birthday prep. Since receiving her Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis in 2018, Selma Blair has struggled with her ability to speak and use her left leg. Although to help her, she has accepted some assistance in the form of a furry friend who is aiding her daily life.

What you can expect from NEXTGEN TV at KTBS/KPXJ

SHREVEPORT, La. - The newest, the latest and the greatest is coming to your television this month. ATSC 3.0, also known as "Next Generation Television" is ready to go live on June 28. "This platform allows us to grow beyond 4K, into an 8K and a 20K. ... Who knows...
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Catfish Cooley Net Worth 2022, Age, Height, Weight, Biography, Wiki and Career Details

David Cooley is a very famous comedian from America. He is widely known as Catfish Cooley. He is also very popular for his YouTube channel, where he started his show which led to gain more popularity. His videos have his unique style of speaking and his Redneck classical character, which gains people’s attention and makes his videos even more famous, and which resulted in gaining many subscribers for his channel.

Art grant applications now available

LAFAYETTE — Applications are being accepted through July 1 for the Louisiana Division of the Arts funded, and Acadiana Center for the Arts administered, Louisiana Project Grant. Applications are on AcA’s website, according to an AcA news release. Louisiana Project Grants are open to submissions from nonprofit organizations,...

Bron President Brenda Gilbert & Filmmaker & Spike Lee Collaborator Ernest Dickerson To Be Feted At LA’s Micheaux Film Festival; Lineup Revealed

Click here to read the full article. EXCLUSIVE: Next month’s Micheaux Film Festival in LA will honor Bron co-founder and President Brenda Gilbert with the Oscar Micheaux Trailblazer of Excellence Award and filmmaker and Spike Lee collaborator Ernest Dickerson with the Michael Ajakwe Pioneer of Influence Award. The festival, which spotlights BIPOC creators, will run July 11-17 at the Regal Cinemas Live LA, Downtown. This year’s festival will include Ernest Dickerson’s Double Play and a career Q&A with the filmmaker; Birdwatching, starring Amanda Seyfried; Artistic, starring former NFL star Marshawn Lynch; Ghost Girl with Jamie Neuman; Run Nixon starring Lil Fizz; and Launch...