Fritze believes in family. It’s the foundation of his business at Red River Chevrolet, and he is the fourth generation of his family to operate the dealership. The fifth-generation, represented by his son and...
Attendees of Art in the Dark can find out! Louisiana Association for the Blind (L.A.B.) has created an immersive experience that will allow participants to explore the world of art without sight. The first of its...
On Thursday, Feb. 27, the AHA and its Go Red for Women campaign will take homefield advantage at the Shreveport Convention Center for an evening of fun, food and education for the entire family called Tailgate in...
“It is important to recognize small business owners who take a chance on their dreams and employ many people within our community,” said Chamber president and CEO Lisa Johnson. “It is equally as important...
Half brothers Samuel G. and William B. Wiener made Shreveport an early hub for International Modernist design with their residential, institutional and commercial buildings in the 1930s through the 1960s. Their...
The Shreveport-Bossier Sports Commission prides itself on being diverse, internally and externally. This includes everything from our staff and community partners to sporting events and funding opportunities.
Carolyn Breedlove’s novel “Spitting on Hegel,” the literary prizewinner in Critical Mass 7 and the subject of an exhibition at Artspace Shreveport, is a book that unfolds in the gaps. What I mean is that it...
Art has served many purposes throughout history – to encourage religious or political devotion, to bear witness, to sell, to entertain. But more and more, we are asking art to provide solutions – solutions for...
“We look forward to building out the aviation services offered at Shreveport Regional and making this region our base of operations. Advanced Aero Services’ mission is to provide a strong foundation of safe,...
In his 1957 speech entitled, “Give Us The Ballot,” Martin Luther King Jr. did not advocate for the right to vote simply because he wanted to see more black people in office. No, not at all. He wanted more than...
Another misconception, which seems to contradict the first, is that we’re bound to lose a tooth – or several – if we live long enough, just as we’re bound to get cataracts. But tooth loss and denture use...
Children who experience untreated oral health issues are also more likely to have lower school performance, according to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD). Oral health problems can damage a child’s...
But Dunn was lucky. His stay was short. His “new” parents raised him right. And Carl Howard Dunn – whom you know as Robert Madison “Bob” Griffin – has lived a life of which many of us only dream..

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Shreveport’s Independence Stadium once again hosted the Walk-On’s Independence Bowl, which featured Louisiana Tech playing against the University of Miami. More than 33,000 people attended the game, which was...

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