Just wrapping up on finishing touches, our featured home is the design work of Janet Meier. Located on St. Andrews Place, the dream becomes a reality for Natalie Wilson and their family.
Logan House: After the founding of The Glen, what was then called the Home for the Homeless, in 1898, sufficient funds were eventually collected to purchase a house, located at 227 Logan St. for $1,150.
“Passing through 18,000 feet, the engine exploded,” Col. Maginness says with a matter-of-fact tone. “Part of it fell off, and the other part was hanging out there, swinging around.
Most people know that the old Joe D. Waggoner Federal Building, located at 500 Fannin St. in downtown Shreveport, is being deconstructed and rebuilt into the new State Office Building.
The designed purpose of the Third Century Campaign is to advance the sciences and provide resources for new academic and co-curricular programs, student scholarships and operating expenses.
The Young Professionals Initiative and the Shreveport Chamber of Commerce gathered with top sponsor 318 Forum for the 2023 40 Under Forty Cover Reveal at Noble Savage.
“2 Corinthians talks about meeting the needs of God’s people. You can only imagine when someone has a stroke or a spinal cord injury.
We pulled into the crowded parking lot just before 7. I didn’t think we would need a mid-week reservation and became concerned we might be in for a long wait.
Most people have heard of diabetes and know that it’s a condition when blood glucose (sugar) levels are high. What many may not know is that high blood glucose can lead to damage to a lot of organs and tissues throughout the body.
Contributions by Mary Ann Van Osdell, Mark Crawford and Paul Savage. To be included in OTS, e-mail your high-res photos to editor@318forum.com.
Each edition, Tony Taglavore takes a local person to lunch – someone well-known, influential or successful – and asks, “What’s Your Story?”
If you go to BeauxJax, be prepared to park and walk. A little after noon, street parking near the restaurant was full. We parked in a concrete surface lot behind and a couple of streets over from BeauxJax.
The SOX Educational Program is the touring component of Shreveport Opera and the only one of its kind in the state, taking live musical programming to thousands of students in the region who may otherwise never have the opportunity to experience them.
At the start of the school year, we talked with the Louisiana State Superintendent of Education, Dr. Cade Brumley, on the KTBS-3 Education Checkup podcast. Dr. Brumley is from Northwest Louisiana and started his teaching career in Caddo Parish.
As well as being part of the Holiday Trail of Lights, which wends its way across the landscape, Christmas in Roseland will add several special events to the menu this year.
Contributions by Mary Ann Van Osdell, Mark Crawford and Paul Savage. To be included in OTS, e-mail your high-res photos to editor@318forum.com.
Each year, the Better Business Bureau selects local companies whose leaders demonstrate personal character and uphold high standards of ethics, which generate trust in their respective organizations.
We all have a lot of thoughts constantly bouncing around in our heads. Thoughts about our family, our job, our health, our home, our vehicles, our community, our country, the world … the list goes on and on.
As with many disease processes, we know that prevention is key. Even with dementia or cognitive decline, there are many things we can do throughout our life span, no matter when we start, that can have a positive impact on our cognitive and memory health.
Lots of truth. Laughter simply makes you feel good, which benefits you in many ways. We come into this world knowing how to laugh.
A $26M partnership between Air Force Global Strike Command (AFGSC) and local Shreveport technology powerhouse Outerlink Global Solutions officially launched this August with the announcement of a four-year Strategic Funding Increase (STRATFI) contract award.
“I will never tell you that it doesn’t bother me. It still bothers me. Even at the end of 29 years of emergency medicine, children’s deaths would bother me. Children’s deaths always bothered me.
Speaking of careers, Nelms’ path to her current role as director of sports for the Shreveport-Bossier Sports Commission was not a straight line.
“With the cooperation of both of the krewes and a tremendous amount of work by the Shreveport Police Department, Visit Shreveport-Bossier, some help form the lieutenant governor as backup and just some give and take between us and the krewes, we have an agreement with them,” Arceneaux said.


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