To market, to market, but which should you choose? Why not try them all? North Louisiana is home to hundreds of local farmers, chefs and artisans who love to participate in the face-to-face atmosphere and nostalgia of the local farmers’ market.
Jake Wood with the Shreveport Aquarium is also preparing for the much-anticipated early opening of Salt, the restaurant within the aquarium coming this summer. “Salt is going to be a new American sustainable dining experience with a focus on Louisiana seafood,” Wood said.
Greenhouses are a valuable addition to any garden, saving time and money, providing a stable, warm environment and opportunities to extend the growing season and experiment with a wider variety of plants. Much like the garden itself, a greenhouse gives back in spades for the many hours of hard work it takes to build it.
The Home Builders Association of Northwest Louisiana’s annual Parade of Homes will take place June 3-4 and June 10-11 from 1-6 p.m. daily. This self-guided tour of 39 fabulous homes with 21st century innovations will be open for touring throughout the Shreveport-Bossier community.
Holy Angels Residential Facility has provided health and human services and job training for adults with intellectual and developmental delays for over 50 years, but it has recently answered the call to provide services for children living in the community who have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Few things are more frightening than being diagnosed with a cancer that requires a treatment that can be as painful as the disease itself. What magnifies that burden, however, is not even having the means or the money to get to the facility that provides the life-saving treatment.
Helping others has never been easier. The fourth annual Give for Good hosted by The Community Foundation of Northwest Louisiana (CFNL) will take place on May 2, and it just keeps getting bigger and better. The 24-hour day of online fund-raising for area nonprofits (giveforgoodnla.
Louisiana citizens are being blindsided by the recent aggressiveness of the State of Louisiana in seizing property and assets from heirs upon their family members’ deaths who were over 55 and received long-term care paid for by Medicaid.
MARDI GRAS SEASON 2017 is already in full swing, yet this year seems to bring a bit more reflection as one of its most loved celebrants is transitioning to a new stage in life. Krewe of Highland member Robert Trudeau recently retired from his 35-year gig as a Caddo Magnet High School teacher, but no one really sees him slowing down much.