That father-son discussion kickstarted a major change to this year’s Revel, which runs Sept. 30-Oct. 8 at Shreveport’s Festival Plaza. “My son likes the Revel a lot,” Lewis said.
“I’ve loved Porsches since I was 6 years old, when my best friend’s dad brought one home,” Dr. Siskron said. “I bought my first one in 2013. It was a 1970 (model) – the year of my birth.
“Make mistakes? Oh, sure, but you’ve got to get out there and hustle. It’s the journey. Where you end up is not where you start. I started helping my dad at Shreveport Macaroni.
The concept of representative democracy is deeply ingrained in the fabric of our nation. It is a system that empowers the citizens to choose individuals to represent their interests and make decisions on their behalf.
“The initial payment percentage has gone way up from the beginning,” he said. “I think people are getting accustomed to it. Hopefully, part of the reason is people are obeying school zones.
A landmark study developed by the World Health Organization in conjunction with the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation in 2019 revealed an estimation that one in three people in the world are living with a health condition that could benefit from rehabilitative services.
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Now, CADA will be another resource for patrol officers to tap into when they need an assessment. “A peer support specialist will come out and talk to [them] or accept them at our receiving center, which is going to be downtown,” she explained.
What Jeff is doing and has been doing for nine years – is keeping KSLA-TV viewers weather-aware. He came from the CBS affiliate’s sister station in Huntsville, Ala.
“I’m a faith-based person,” Pridgen said a few days before flying from Shreveport to Paris. From there, she and her walking partner, Phyllis Lewis, will take a train to Bayonne, spend the night, then take another train to Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port.
According to Dr. Cheryl White, professor of history at Louisiana State University in Shreveport, the project is a cultural outreach of the university.
In a formal letter to the task force members, Arceneaux said their charge is “to determine ways to improve doing business with and in the city of Shreveport, with particular emphasis on permitting and development, including land use entitlement (zoning).
For example, in Stephen Covey’s bestselling book, “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People,” Habit number 5 is, “Seek first to understand, then to be understood.
September is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month. Over the past three decades, obesity rates in children in the U.S. have tripled. In the 1970s, 5% of U.S. children ages 2-19 were obese.
Executive Director Emily Jo Manchester-Sanden, CNP, said, “Renesting Project is a community furniture bank. So, our mission is to gather gently used furniture and household items and then redistribute them to those in need here in northwest Louisiana.
Wallpaper of old was often decorated with smaller, more delicate patterns, in stark contrast to the bold designs of today. This new trend has also been marked by far more reserved usage, as savvy decorators tend to use wallpaper as an accent rather than on every available surface.
Dated furniture is scattered about every yard sale, consignment shop and thrift store. You might even have some in your own spare room. That provides plenty of opportunities to tear it all apart in order to create something new, a process known as upcycling.
Each year, visitors by the thousands trek to the Chaffee Crossing neighborhood in Fort Smith, Ark., to see the small building where Elvis Presley got his first Army haircut in 1958.
Forbes, JP Morgan and Harvard Review are all talking about it. Black woman-owned entrepreneurial busnesses are “soaring,” growing 50% in the last few years.
There are a lot of “fitness centers” out there in workout land, and despite some high-profile differences, they are all pretty much the same – places to go sweat, lose weight, sculpt your body or get rid of the urge to strangle someone who richly deserves it.
In 25 years of going into homes as an occupational therapist, Janet Dreier has seen – and continues to see – people struggle – people who need a piece of medical equipment that would let them continue living independently.
Of course, it doesn’t always end up that way. Sometimes, we get taken advantage of. And it’s not that anyone, necessarily, starts out with the intention of hurting one another or taking one another for granted.


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