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Arts & Entertainment
Monday, May 9, 2016

Dinner theater returns to Shreveport-Bossier

“Patrons love being able to come to one location, enjoy drinks and casual conversation, musical entertainment and an evening of live theater,” said Paul H. Moore, artistic director for Cabaret Dinner Theatre.
Monday, April 25, 2016

Southern University announces new leader

“Southern University Shreveport is a very unique institution as it’s a comprehensive community college, but also a historically black college and university. It’s grounded in so much history that not only impacted the neighborhood in which it is located, but Shreveport and this great nation.
Monday, March 14, 2016

A variety of chefs compete for top gumbo contest

This battle benefits Volunteers for Youth Justice, a nonprofit organization that holds a vision for helping at-risk youth in the community. For over 30 years, Volunteers for Youth Justice has helped thousands of children stay out of the juvenile justice system, and have advocated and intervened in the lives of many children in crisis.
Tuesday, March 1, 2016

South Shreveport restaurant expands after fire

  Gullo’s Fresh Produce and Bake Shop could be considered the latest phoenix in Shreveport – arising from the ashes, regenerated with a new and expanded location.  After an electrical fi
Arts & Entertainment
Monday, Feb. 15, 2016

Top pets to be named in dog show

“Best in Sheaux brings together the best of the best – 15 worldclass dogs competing for the title of Best in Sheaux and a spot in our annual Robinson’s Rescue calendar, first-class cuisine and priceless auction items,” Dr. Andrea Everson, president and medical director of Robinson’s Rescue, said.
Monday, Jan. 18, 2016
Seasons Salon and Events, located at 624 Texas St., is matching up with the growing local businesses in downtown Shreveport. Offering not only beauty and salon services, Seasons is catering to residents in need of a venue to host parties, gatherings and other events.
Monday, Jan. 4, 2016

City’s program aims to keep build-ups minimal

Chris Warren, pretreatment supervisor, is on board with this crucial cause. “The fats, oils and grease program regulates the discharge from all food service establishments (restaurants, hotels, nursing homes, schools, etc.
Monday, Dec. 7, 2015

Owner promises non-traditional atmosphere at new coffee shop

Located in downtown Shreveport’s Red River District, Bon Temps is directly beneath the old Texas Street bridge.
Monday, Nov. 9, 2015
hirty local businesses were honored Oct. 29 at the Better Business Bureau’s Torch Awards at East Ridge Country Club Headed up by Robin Guenard, vice president/operations and Andy Fisher, president and CEO, the Torch Awards featured guest speaker Col.
Arts & Entertainment
Monday, Nov. 9, 2015
“The monies raised will be used by the opera to continue to bring quality performances and to continue the important musical education to over 45,000 students in North Louisiana,” Ross said. “This is the primary reason you will see so many previous chairmen and life time members volunteer and participate every year to create this wonderful event.

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