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His major work included George Zimmerman trial, Boston Marathon bombing, and Philadelphia building collapse in 2013.In 2012 he covered, Colorado Theater Shooting and Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.

On the river, the Belle of Baton Rouge Casino & Hotel (103 France St., 225-242-2600) has been a hosting venue of Baton Rouge Gay Pride and is a popular spot for gaming, eating (at Shucks on the Levee restaurant), and drinking (at Bar 102).

It's and 18-and-over club with four different bars, a good-size dance floor and excellent DJs, and top-notch drag shows; there is usually a cover charge, and drinks are a bit spendier here, but it's an impressive venue, even compared with New Orleans clubs.

As it's one of the best dance clubs in the state, Splash draws a fair share of hetero clubbers, but the vibe is always quite friendly, and everybody seems to get along well here. Beyond the gay venues, Baton Rouge is a fun city for live music - you can catch some great bands at the Varsity Theatre (3353 Highland Rd., 225-383-7018), which is right at the north entrance to LSU campus, books nationally known bands and gay-popular acts.

In this book, he wrote about his life miseries like colorism, racism, homophobia and discrimination that he suffered as a young child.

Also, he publicly declared himself as a “gay” in “Transparent.” Don Lemon is inspired by Max Robinson- first black news presenter appeared on American TV from 1978 to 1984.

On the river, the Belle of Baton Rouge Casino & Hotel (103 France St., 225-242-2600) has been a hosting venue of Baton Rouge Gay Pride and is a popular spot for gaming, eating (at Shucks on the Levee restaurant), and drinking (at Bar 102).

It's and 18-and-over club with four different bars, a good-size dance floor and excellent DJs, and top-notch drag shows; there is usually a cover charge, and drinks are a bit spendier here, but it's an impressive venue, even compared with New Orleans clubs.

As it's one of the best dance clubs in the state, Splash draws a fair share of hetero clubbers, but the vibe is always quite friendly, and everybody seems to get along well here. Beyond the gay venues, Baton Rouge is a fun city for live music - you can catch some great bands at the Varsity Theatre (3353 Highland Rd., 225-383-7018), which is right at the north entrance to LSU campus, books nationally known bands and gay-popular acts.

In this book, he wrote about his life miseries like colorism, racism, homophobia and discrimination that he suffered as a young child.

Also, he publicly declared himself as a “gay” in “Transparent.” Don Lemon is inspired by Max Robinson- first black news presenter appeared on American TV from 1978 to 1984.

You'll often see LSU students and faculty hanging out here, and the legendary and historic Pastime Restaurant (252 South Blvd., 225-343-5490) is across the street and makes a nice pre-clubbing dinner option (serving pizzas, roast beef and seafood po'boys, burgers, and the like).