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inside of the house. “Every day, you get to come home, and it doesn’t matter what mood you’re in, this palette is so soothing that the minute you walk in you’re like, ‘OK, worries at the door. I’m home.’” The house at 744 Smokehouse Loop – in North Bossier City/Benton’s Kingston Plantation subdivision – is the third St.
outspoken about the political landscape and how it’s important for us to be engaged. We have this privilege, and if we don’t recognize that privilege and use it in a way that amplifies whatever is necessary for change, then what are you doing?” What Haynes and Seratones have been doing is winning over audiences in quick fashion.
Six years ago, Tim Fletcher rolled the dice. He was well into an almost 20-year career as a television sportscaster on two stations. Popular. Hard-working. So, he felt fairly confident when asking his boss for two weeknights off during the spring in exchange for working two weekdays.
“I’ve been flying ever since and absolutely love it!” A little more than a year ago, Kempen spread his wings. In April 2018, he was named director of the 2019 Barksdale Defenders of Liberty Air and Space Show. More than a year of planning will culminate the weekend of May 18-19, when the 87th.
“We have to have the right seasoning,” said Martha Anchondo, owner of Taqueria La Reyna Del Sur on Industrial Drive in Bossier City. “Meat, you can buy anywhere, but you have to have the right seasoning … tender meat with onion and cilantro. Onion and cilantro make the difference from a regular taco.
“Let’s catch up over martinis!” “Do you want to try and work out the numbers over a martini?” Saturday, March 30, from 7-11 p.m., you can have a martini and celebrate the arts. Artini in the Plaza, which raises money for the Bossier Arts Council (BAC), will be held outside in Bossier City’s East Bank Plaza in the East Bank District.
“It is a combination of farm goods, handmade goods, crafts and several food trucks per week,” Graham explained. “We’ll have baked goods, clothing, jewelry – anything that you have seen at previous markets. With this market, we’re actually going to get a lot more participation from local businesses.
“There are physical benefits, cognitive benefits and social benefits,” said Caroline Hendrix, director of GREAT. “For people who are learning to walk, the horse’s gait closely mimics the human’s walking gait. A person who is learning how to walk can sit on the horse and feel that movement.