Sitting along the banks of the mighty Mississippi, Baton Rouge is known for Southern hospitality, Cajun cooking, and of course, LSU sports. The capital city has a unique culture, shaped by its people and its rich history. As the capital city of the Sportsman’s Paradise, the Red Stick has a lot to offer visitors and inhabitants alike.
Beyond the delicious food and world class sports, lies a unique culture, that encompasses the spirit of the people of our great city—a spirit of helping and caring. Baton Rouge is a community like no other, one that comes together in times of hardship to help one another. From helping a neighbor with some yard work to joining the Cajun Navy—the people of Baton Rouge will always come together to help each other.
Dudley DeBosier is blessed to be a part of such a strong community and is proud to present “DoRight4BR,” a print and web series featuring people and places in our community who are doing right for others and making it a better place to live for all of us. Each week, DoRight4BR will tell the story of Baton Rouge locals who are helping people in our community and will explore places in and around the city that are hidden gems.
The videos will be hosted by Baton Rouge native, LaTangela Fay Sherman. Perhaps most known for her radio show, “Maxin’ in the Midday with LaTangela Fay,” on Max 94.1, LaTangela is also a singer/songwriter and an author. “It’s time we highlight those who are a beacon of light in what so often seem to be dark times,” said LaTangela. “I am honored to be a part of DoRight4BR and want everyone to join us!” Look for our videos by visiting facebook.com/DoRight4BR.