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Community
Monday, May 22, 2017
San Francisco Travel described the event as a gathering of 100,000 “free-spirited adventurers” in the city’s Haight-Ashbury neighborhood to dance, sing, promote peace and wear flowers in their hair.
Business
Monday, April 10, 2017
In 1947, 19 businessmen met in Bossier City to form the new Bossier Chamber of Commerce. The group, under the leadership of names like V. V. Whittington, A. R. Teague, O. A. Teekell and Harry B. Walker, met for the first time in September of that year and formally signed its articles of incorporation on Oct.
Community
Monday, Jan. 16, 2017
Three thousand, four hundred, forty feet above sea level where the states of New Mexico and Texas meet, the Red River begins. It crosses part of Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas, then turns south and east across Louisiana before emptying into the Atchafalaya and Mississippi water system in West Feliciana Parish.
Cover Story
Monday, Oct. 24, 2016
FOR the 110th time, the State Fair of Louisiana will open its gates on Oct. 27. Along with the traditional features, this year’s version of the fair will have many special things to see and do, according to President and General Manager Chris Giordano..
Cover Story
Monday, Oct. 10, 2016
The ITC is the latest addition to the park, whose mission, according to CIC Executive Director Craig Spohn, is to “foster collaboration, accelerate technology transfer, and develop the necessary workforce to meet the growing cyber demands.” In order to do that, he said, the park has partnered with government, industry, research and academia.
Business
Monday, Feb. 16, 2015

New facility aims to cater to unique shooters

After nine years of military service, Brad Simon returned to Shreveport in 2011 with a dream to create a place where shooting sports enthusiasts could practice.
Arts & Entertainment
Monday, Feb. 16, 2015

Audience to witness serious emotions

The event involved the Wright Aeronautical Corporation plant in Lockland, Ohio. In 1943, a committee headed by Sen. Harry S. Truman investigated complaints of improper inspection practices which resulted in defective engines and parts being delivered to the government.
Arts & Entertainment
Monday, Feb. 2, 2015

Interpreting Shakespeare ‘by the seat of their pants’

Director Abigail Dillard said audience members should not expect the usual treatment of the bard. “I promise that this is not a Shakespeare show that you’re going to walk out of and say I have no idea what I just watched,” Dillard said. “And if you are an eminent Shakespearean scholar, you’ll fit in, too, I promise.
Arts & Entertainment
Monday, Jan. 26, 2015

Troupe recognizes season’s favorites

Stage Center Artistic Director Jared Watson said awards were handed out in a number of categories in which voters could indicate their favorites. He emphasized that Stage Center was trying to make these awards more about pleasing patrons than deciding who was the best in any given role.

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