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Events
Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2018
“I walked in (to Red River CrossFit) and was immediately hooked,” Dr. Sanders said. “It’s just a different type of fitness. It makes sense, whereas sitting on a bench and working on a machine doesn’t make sense. Physically, medically, the way our body moves, this makes sense – what CrossFit does.
Dining
Monday, Nov. 5, 2018
“Restaurants – there is more creative freedom. No matter what restaurant you’re at, there are going to be boundaries. The boundaries are a little broader than they are with private homes because people usually are on specific diets and splurge when they go out.
Community
Monday, Nov. 5, 2018
“To have somebody like that from Shreveport — that’s a remarkable feat,” said Trey Giglio, chairman of the Walk-On’s Independence Bowl. “I don’t think we’ve ever had anybody from this region accomplish what he has accomplished in the world of tennis.”.
Business
Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018
“I can remember when originally we were trying to get to $100 million in client assets and $60 million in revenue,” McDonald said. “Now, we’re at $19 billion in client assets and $60 million in revenue. We didn’t think we were going to get here necessarily, but we didn’t put anything in place that would keep us from getting here.
Community
Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018
“It (Louisiana’s involvement) was huge,” said Emily Feazel, designer of exhibits and special events at Shreveport’s R.W. Norton Art Gallery. “One of the reasons the National WWII Museum is in New Orleans and Louisiana is because of how much Louisiana did for the war effort and how much people from Louisiana did for the war effort.
Cover Story
Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2018
Kallenberg is talking about Prize Fest, which recognizes the best-of-the-best in independent short films, regional musicians, and locally and nationally known chefs. This year’s event will take place in various places – most in downtown Shreveport – Oct.
Casino Attractions
Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018
Too much business. “We’ve had 15 consecutive quarters of year-over-year growth, and our hotel is full every night,” said Barry Regula, Margaritaville’s senior vice president and general manager. “We realized we have the demand to fill another 150 units in the hotel every day, and we need more suites.
Cover Story
Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018
Southern Trace County Club, off Norris Ferry Road in Shreveport, is 30 years old. That’s nine years younger than Ramsey was when he and two partners began development. Today, Southern Trace has approximately 900 members and 500 homes. What started as 550 acres has expanded to 750 acres.
Cover Story
Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018
In the late 1960s, Shreveport was brimming with independent geologists who had ideas on how to get the oil and gas from the ground; they just didn’t have the staff and operating knowledge to operate themselves. That’s where L.R. “Bob” Brammer Jr. came in.
Cover Story
Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018
“When I started out, we would have basically a bullpen of typists,” Griffith said. “When an appraisal request would be sent out, you would type up a request and mail it out. You did the same thing for a credit report or verification of someone’s employment.

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