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The deputy parked alongside the 65-year-old driver and, after denying being a cop, began a casual conversation that was electronically monitored by a backup team nearby.
As the two men moved their chat to a picnic table, the deputy propositioned his target with “some drinks and some fun” back at his place, later inquiring whether the man had any condoms, according to court records.
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If you don't like oysters, there isn't anything else on the menu to eat.
My job requires me to explore and write about Baton Rouge and its burgeoning food scene, and in doing so, I began to see firsthand how greatly I’d underestimated my hometown, and how much things were beginning to change.
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Despite having lived here my whole life, I always find new things to explore. In the last few years Baton Rouge, like many medium-sized cities, has seen a major come up, with city wide initiatives to remove blight and increase bikeability and green spaces popping up monthly.
Below you’ll find a highly curated list of activities, sights to see, and places to be seen in Baton Rouge from a resident queer. The city is big enough to have a nightlife, an art scene and a number of events going on to keep locals constantly entertained, yet the pace is slow enough to suit those with families who live in the suburbs and come to the city to play.
After high school, I swore I’d go to college out of state, or at least outside of Baton Rouge.