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Business
Monday, June 20, 2016
The 10th annual Young Professional Initiative of Northwest Louisiana is accepting nominations for the 40 Under 40 Awards and Gala 2016. 40 Under 40 spotlights Northwest Louisiana’s outstanding entrepreneurs, executives, managers and professionals in public, private or nonprofit sectors.
Arts & Entertainment
Monday, June 6, 2016
Reeks is a local vintage jewelry “redesigner” and antique religious artifact dealer who will show her collection of rosaries and religious artifacts from the 18th century through the Art Deco period. Also featured will be select pieces from her vintage re-design jewelry collection.
Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Carol Anglin Dancenter keeps dancers center stage around the world

Carol Smitherman Anglin has been the director and owner of Carol Anglin Dancenter for 34 years and is also the founding artistic director of the Louisiana Dance Foundation. Her company has performed 
Arts & Entertainment
Monday, May 23, 2016

AREA FARMERS’ MARKETS LURING PEOPLE OUTSIDE AGAIN FOR FUN, FAMILY AND ADVENTURE

Chef Holly Schreiber, owner of Sainte Terre, has worked with some of New York’s most discerning foodies, but it is the locallygrown, farm-fresh bounty in her hometown, Benton, that has her gushing about food.
Home
Monday, May 23, 2016

44 AREA HOMES ON PARADE

The property, in the heart of South Highlands, was built by Steve Simon Contruction on a formerly heavily wooded and overgrown corner lot. Embracing the site and nature, the home sits snugly in place as if it has long been there. Pollard-Hodgson architects added flourishes throughout the home as well.
Cover Story
Monday, May 9, 2016

Crawfish in hot water, competing with poboys, étouffée and alligator for center stage at Mudbug Festival

Shreveport-Bossier City may be just minutes from the Texas state line but make no mistake! This is Louisiana, where people like to celebrate with all the senses. Visitors can experience those sights, sounds, tastes, smells and even touch a live crawfish this Memorial Day weekend at Mudbug Madness.
Business
Monday, April 25, 2016

Forum exit interview with John Grindley

Grindley’s move to Straight Up Technologies will be to another edgy corporate environment, not unlike Cohab in some ways. SUT accesses and solves problems in the field for businesses and their events, including such clients as Google, SalesForce, NBA, the British Open and film director Michael Bay.
Arts & Entertainment
Monday, April 25, 2016

Recreating George Rodrigue’s Aioli Dinner on the grounds of Frierson Plantation

Jacques Rodrigue, one of the late George Rodrigue’s sons, will be in attendance at the Frierson event. “The setting of oak trees at Frierson Plantation feels very similar to locations of where the original dinners were held,” Jacques explained. “The oak trees and landscape were always so essential to that history.
Cover Story
Monday, April 25, 2016

DEFENDERS OF LIBERTY AIR SHOW

Maj. Jared J. Maline, ground boss of the 2016 show and operations flight commander of the Second Civil Engineer Squadron, described the enormous amount of effort and coordination required to produce the event. “It can definitely be a hectic kind of effort,” he said.
Cover Story
Monday, April 25, 2016

PILOT RETURNS FOR BARKSDALE AIR SHOW

Coleman really knew he wanted to be a pilot from the time he was just 3 years old, he said, but he didn’t get to begin his professional career until the age of 19. Before that time finally came, he made sure to hit every flying milestone as soon as he could.

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