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Monday, Feb. 26, 2018
Any local who has driven through the Spring Lake area knows this memorable home. Dubbed the Greyhound Estate and perched prominently on the corner of Spring Lake Drive and Creswell Road, the home is recognizable from its Greco-Roman-inspired exterior façade.
Monday, Jan. 29, 2018
Builder Ryan Smith says hands-down it is the most in-demand neighborhood in the city. The unique community has it all, with parks and playgrounds, shopping, restaurants, a bank, a family medical clinic and a school. It also has its own fire station and nearby veterinarian clinic.
Monday, Nov. 20, 2017
Built in 1953, this midcentury, modernstyle gem stuns with inspiring architecture and 2.27 acres of lush, green grounds. Midcentury modern homes were built from 1945 to the 1980s. The architecture is simplicity defined by large windows, geometric lines, open spaces, elevation changes and integration with nature.
Monday, Sept. 25, 2017
Dr. Susan Shattuck said busy careers kept her and husband, Doug Fryett, from putting much effort into the home they built in Spring Lake’s Beaux Rivages neighborhood in 2004. When she was ready to redo the home, Shattuck heard that her go-to decorator, former Shreveport interior designer Stephen Forte, had moved out of the area.
Monday, Aug. 28, 2017
After moving to Shreveport from Texarkana, the Gambills knew they wanted a home in South Highlands, so they rented and waited for the perfect house to go up for sale. They originally looked at the home next door, but it had already been remodeled and Jessica wanted something they could mold themselves.
Monday, July 31, 2017
A glass and metal door leads into a foyer flooded with sunlight. A modern “Sputnik” light from Henson’s Lighting shines down on a painting by local artist Vanika Terhune. A bright blue basket weave console table and lamps from the space: interiors collection sit beneath the painting.
Monday, July 17, 2017
Optometrist Dr. Rachel Borel of Silverblatt Eye Clinic in Shreveport says checkups should begin during infancy. “The first exam should be at six months, followed by an exam between 2 to 5 years old, then again before the start of first grade, and then every two years after that,” she said.
Wednesday, July 5, 2017
The two-story stunner stands out with its white-painted brick exterior, gray shutters and eye-catching landscaping. Lagniappe Lawn & Landscape of Bossier City added additional curb appeal to the home with a multitude of flora in the flowerbeds. River birch trees are planted in the front flowerbed.
Men's & Women's Health
Monday, June 19, 2017
“All proceeds that we raise will go to the north affiliate of Susan G. Komen,” said event organizer Tracey Cornell. Susan G. Komen North Louisiana provides education and outreach to help ensure area women have access to breast cancer screening, whether they are insured or not.

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