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Business
Monday, May 21, 2018
Four best friends have come together to bring us The Coffery, a haven for coffee lovers and lunch dates, just minutes north of downtown at 3820 N. Market St. Located on a lush, green lot, their coffee shop offers a lovely respite from the daily hubbub nearby.
Community
Monday, May 7, 2018
Cassie Johnson Rome’s experience in marketing and sales is serving her well in her new venture as owner of 318 Art and Garden, located at 750 Southfield Road. She started work over 20 years ago as a registered nurse before moving into pharmaceutical and medical device sales.
Business
Monday, April 23, 2018
Two new ladies are adding their vivacious energy to downtown Shreveport. Frida’s Bar and Grill at 200 Travis St. has recently opened serving their fresh take on Mexican/ American favorites. Then coming soon, Proud Mary 360° will be rolling on the river serving Louisiana cuisine at 450 Clyde Fant Parkway in the Red River District.
Community
Monday, March 26, 2018
tips and techniques the home cook can use to elevate the everyday meal, bringing his humor and experience to television audiences seems a natural progression. The vision and talent of Michael and Lillian Campisi, Michael Campisi Productions, have made that a reality with the filming of “Cooking at the Cottage” featuring Chef John Strand as the host.
Business
Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Talking with Chef Anthony Felan about his latest endeavor, the Fat Calf Boucherie, it is easy to tell something really special is happening at 1200 Marshall St. in Shreveport. First of all, the food is great.
Dining
Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Cafe artspace invites foodies to lunch

One thing I love about Louisiana is our ability to appreciate when something offers a little something extra. Providing that special touch is often what elevates our experience past the mundane. I fin
Cooking
Monday, Jan. 5, 2015

Flipping for cakes

Batter up! I am flipping for pancakes and flapping some jacks. You may be familiar with thick buttermilk pancakes served stacked beside a heaping selection of breakfast fare, but from thin crepes to f

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