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Monday, Sept. 12, 2016
“It really did start as a group trying to work on helping to revitalize the neighborhood,” Rich said. “This core group came together to change the perception and push economic development in the Highland neighborhood – they said, ‘Hey, let’s put together this music festival as a gift to the community.
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Monday, Aug. 1, 2016
“It’s wonderful to see the faces of my audiences and to see them smile when I sketch for them, pose for pictures and autograph their books,” Pérez said. “It’s like comparing a screen actor to a stage actor.
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Monday, March 28, 2016

Nearly 20 restaurants to compete, raise funds for BAC

The event will have an estimated 18 participants making drinks just for the occasion, Jones said. Those businesses include Ralph and Kacoo’s, Abby Singer’s, Zocolo, the Brass Monkey, River City Grille, Marilynn’s Place, Bergie's Tavern, W’s...
Monday, March 28, 2016

Gardening a perennial pastime

Temperatures are rising and chances of freezing weather are almost nil, so experienced and beginning gardeners alike will soon be spending a lot more time outdoors sprucing up their yards and gardens with some of the latest and most popular landscaping trends.
Monday, March 14, 2016

HoneyBaked offers meats, catering, dine-in café

Favorite deli sides include the broccoli bacon bliss and the mandarin pineapple dream, Smith said. Other sides offered are potato salad, pasta salad, tomato and cucumber and potato chips. The shop has menus that includes calorie counts for its individual items.
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Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Nick Cave and his art cultivate the voices of Shreveport Common into all-out performance

A production for all of the senses featuring poetry, music, digital animation, dance and more will aim to bring Shreveport residents together, accepting each other as they are when “AS IS” by Nick
Monday, Feb. 15, 2016

BHP Billiton improves investor relations with operations

“The investors are interested in those things that differentiate companies, they want to invest in companies that they can have a lot of confidence are going to do the right thing, they’re going to be out there practicing good safety, good...
Monday, Feb. 15, 2016

Girl Scouts’ focus on technology expands to cookie sales

Organized in 1912, the female-empowering Girl Scouts began selling cookies as a way to raise funds for their troop activities in 1917. Today, the cookie sales are a multi-million industry, said Erin Turner, communications/ PR director with Girl Scouts of Louisiana –.
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Monday, Feb. 15, 2016

City, Allendale residents continue Interstate 49 debate

Debate has endured for years as to what should be done to bridge the gap that interrupts Interstate 49, and conversation has heated up again with a series of public comment sessions held in late January.
Monday, Feb. 1, 2016

New Shreveport business CyberReef focuses on client communications

Examples of such machine to machine communications include traffic signals, which are controlled over the cellular network, digital signage, digital billboards, Redbox video rental machines, kiosk and ATM transactions and other similar processes, Nicholson said.

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