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Monday, Aug. 1, 2016
Steven Kennedy searched the cluttered home more than an hour before giving up. Piles of clothing on the floor and in over-stuffed closets made the chances of finding the snake almost impossible, but he left his number with the homeowner in case it was seen again.
Community
Monday, Aug. 1, 2016
The YWCA of Northwest Louisiana and Legal Services of North Louisiana have partnered to address the needs of the underserved who can’t afford private attorneys in civil cases through a series of workshops, “Representing Yourself: Five Things Every Self-Represented Litigant Should Know.
Community
Monday, Aug. 1, 2016
Jake Dement, owner and head coach at the Dement Brothers Old School Boxing Club in Bossier City, is the third-generation heir to a tradition started by his grandfather, former Bossier City Mayor George Dement Jr., who coached three of his sons, Steve, Tim and Walter, to amateur boxing titles.
Business
Monday, July 18, 2016
During the time Shreveport became an epicenter of movie-making, there were no direct flights to New Orleans. If you took a commercial flight to New Orleans for business or pleasure, you had a layover. Since a flight that should have lasted less than 90 minutes took around five hours, most people opted to drive.
Business
Monday, July 18, 2016
Renesting’s big fund-raising event is the annual Nest Fest. From dancing to live jazz, strolling “street performers,” to great cuisine, it has become a memorable night for all involved with all proceeds going to Renesting. Tickets for groups or individuals can be purchased at Renesting’s Web site.
Business
Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Strong community support crucial in STEM schools’ success

Students in first grade at one of the six elementary schools (Caddo Heights, Midway, Werner Park, University, Turner and Southern Hills) have a chance to stay in a STEM school throughout their public school education.
Arts & Entertainment
Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Northwest Louisiana has plenty of arts options

Where else would you find Academy Award winners, Louisiana state officials and artists from around the area noshing on gourmet food and drinks while looking at paintings, storyboards, mockups of buildings and filmed scenes from movies but at artspace?.
Dining
Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Parish Taceaux opens adjacent to artspace

Saints preserve us; another good restaurant has opened in downtown Shreveport. Parish Taceaux, adjacent to artspace at 708 Texas and almost just across the street from the Robinson Film Center, puts a Louisiana twist on Tex-Mex.
Home
Monday, June 6, 2016
Various textures and shades of green mixed with blooming plants line flagstone pathways. Paved trails wind past several seating areas, a waterfall, a pottery fountain, planters ranging from small to huge, hanging baskets, colorful tiles, old wood and tin.

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