Capitol Park Museum in Baton Rouge pays tribute to D.C. Mardi Gras with new exhibit
Nearly a dozen companies that wrote property and homeowners insurance policies have gone under since the devastating hurricane seasons of 2020 and 2021. This has led to a crisis in Louisiana’s insurance industry, and now lawmakers are paying attention. Capitol Access reporter Paul Braun tells us more about this mounting insurance crisis and how legislators are responding.
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and numerous state and local officials are using this time to draw awareness to cybersecurity issues. Larissa Millet and Ryan Smith, information systems security engineers of Stephenson Technologies, inform us on how to better protect our devices in a work-from-home world, and tell us about their upcoming cyber-security demonstration event.
Some might say it’s never too early to start thinking about Mardi Gras – and the Capitol Park Museum in Baton Rouge might agree. Earlier this week, the museum unveiled its new exhibit, “Carnival in the Nation's Capital: The Washington Mardi Gras Ball.” Museum Division Director and exhibition designer Rodneyna Hart tells us more about what this classic Louisiana event looks like in D.C.
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