“I think people are definitely looking forward to getting some fresh produce that they haven’t been able to find in the grocery stores recently,” said market manager Emerie Gentry. “Meats are kind of hard...
Mayor Adrian Perkins and Shreveport Police Chief Ben Raymond are fighting a battle on two fronts: Cutting a proposed $4.5 million from the police department’s 2020 budget on one side, and combatting public opinion...
Perspectives take on even more meaning when scientists and policymakers are working in an environment of more questions than answers. During this pandemic, scientists have worked with less than complete data. This...
A change in stock price can vary whenever a CEO takes over a company, depending on the market perception of how capable the new CEO may be in taking the company forward. Other times, a change in stock price may...
n the mid-2000s, Cassie Stone was a high-flying sales rep for Eli Lilly and Company. Her background as a registered nurse working with cardiac care patients served her well as she zoomed to the top of pharmaceutical...
Shreveport Common was named a community partner as part of a Brownfields grant received by the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LADEQ). DEQ received the $800,000 grant from EPA on Friday, May 8, for...
"A wedding planner is an expert in what he or she does. They can help find vendors who fit the couple's budget and style, assist in reviewing and negotiating contracts and manage a wide range of issues that arise...
Launched in late June 2018, LA Wallet became the first fully functioning digital driver’s license available in the U.S. The digital driver’s license through LA Wallet is accepted by Louisiana law enforcement....
The Emerging Viral Threat (EVT) Lab at LSU Health Shreveport was set up and fully functioning in less than two weeks to address the need for faster detection and increased testing for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that...
Sci-Port Discovery Center, a major regional attraction closed since the "stay at home" ruling in early March, will be tentatively reopening on June 5. This reopening will include the new 12,000-square-feet Gallery...
The Shreveport and Bossier City sites sell decorative plumbing – tubs, toilets, faucets – as well as lighting, appliances, hardware and vanities. Showroom manager Lisa Stuart says Coburn’s has “basically,...
How have families worked this temporary “normal” into their lives? And how do some unwind or find ways to enjoy quiet time when homes are bustling all day and being alone is rare? Several area moms have found...
After eight weeks of staying at home, we’ve got just what you need – a unique family outing with an emphasis on fun AND safety.
Monday-Thursday from 4–8:30 p.m., and Friday-Sunday from 6:30 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Please note: Monday-Thursday the gardens are closed to the public during the day until 4 p.m.

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THROUGH APRIL 30: THE ENCHANTING WORLD OF FANTASY HATS, MASKS AND FRIVOLITIES..

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No one needs to tell you that Covid-19 has had an impact...