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Columns/Opinions
Monday, April 10, 2017
HGTV fanatics will remember a show called “If Walls Could Talk” that focused on fun facts buried beneath the sheetrock of homes across the country. It was always interesting to see what weird things homeowners had unearthed and even more entertaining to hear the homeowners’ reactions to these bits of history.
Community
Monday, Jan. 16, 2017
On Sept. 14, 2016, the boards of two downtown history museums – the Spring Street Historical Museum, whose exhibits tell the history of Shreveport, and the Shreveport Water Works Museum, the city’s first water plant, opened in 1887 – were invited to a meeting with Louisiana Secretary of State Tom Schedler.
Columns/Opinions
Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016
A big part of my job is working with businesses and business-hopefuls, many of them small, a significant number, start up. The people behind them run the gamut of professional mid-lifers sporting suit and tie to casual millennials in skinny jeans and tees.
Community
Monday, Sept. 12, 2016
“Once in a Millennium Moon,” a giant mural created by 2,000 people, stands out on two sides of the AT&T building. When lit, the Neon Bridge is colorful and eye-catching, dominating online search image results when the word “Shreveport” is entered..
Business
Monday, June 6, 2016

Historic tax credits key for downtown development

Nungesser is in the middle of the legislative maelstrom, heading departments that direct the state’s culture, art, recreation, state parks, several museums, archeology, French heritage, state tourism and historic preservation.
Columns/Opinions
Monday, March 14, 2016

Enriching downtown Shreveport

Well-versed in traditional media of the paper and ink variety, the company puts much stock into digital outreach, into connecting with people through bits of social media messaging bouncing around at light speed.
Columns/Opinions
Monday, March 16, 2015

The changing role of downtown(s)

The suburbs were where it was at, the shopping malls were the new trendy centers of commerce, and jobs were rapidly following the new subdivisions. Downtown was yesterday’s news.

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