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Men's & Women's Health
Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2020
The device is a lightweight camera about an adult finger’s size that attaches to almost any pair of glasses. It “reads” printed and digital text from any surface. It is operated with simple hand gestures and has over 20 voiceactivated commands. Designed for.
Events
Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2020
Back in mid-summer, we told you about Club 365, the Shreveport Regional Arts Council’s answer to its COVIDaffected Christmas in the Sky. Since then, volunteers have been busy collecting auction items, lining up sponsors and putting together an impressive array of prizes that should tempt almost everyone.
Home
Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2020
Veterans Day weekend, Clinton and his crew of elves turned the El Dorado Casino into a Yuletime destination for the third year. Clint is an equal opportunity decorator, working his seasonal magic on a simple doorway or a huge business display.
Arts & Entertainment
Monday, Nov. 2, 2020
It's also the subject of a new book by Anne Butler and Darrell Chitty. The two have collaborated on a second coffee table book highlighting the famous and not-so-famous attractions of the Feliciana area. It’s making its debut, appropriately, in St. Francisville at a coming-out party scheduled for the week before Thanksgiving this year.
Community
Monday, Oct. 5, 2020
There are four commercial stations in the incubator that are fully equipped with ovens, refrigerators and everything you would expect in a commercial kitchen. The entrepreneurs who use the facility pay a nominal fee each month and book slots to reserve the facility’s use.
Community
Monday, Oct. 5, 2020
In its announcement, Gov. John Bel Edwards’ office said, “The new order will be in place for 28 days, expiring on Oct. 9. In it, restaurants, churches, salons, spas, gyms and other businesses will be able to open at a maximum of 75 percent of their occupancy, with social distancing in place.
Business
Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2020
“J. Pat Beaird was a gentleman who was very involved in the Chamber back in the ’40s and 50s. He left us a legacy that we use every year to recognize a business that we call the Industry of the Year, a business that is impactful in the community.
Community
Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2020
The personnel are easy to spot as well, hard hats and optic yellow vests, shod with boots that have seen many miles and all kinds of terrain and weather. They are seen marching through neighborhoods all over the state. Grim, serious combatants with a massive battle plan to execute: to get Louisiana back on the grid.
Community
Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2020
Sid Menard is president and owner of the companies, and he explained that they had been spread across Shreveport and Bossier for a while now. Recently, the Home Design Center, which housed United Tile, was sold. Needing a place to move and needing to be moved by Oct.
Community
Monday, Aug. 24, 2020
Three generations of the Sparke family have overseen operations here. The latest is Anna Maria Sparke, no kin to the island. “My grandfather [H. A. Sparke] had it from 1956 until he died in 1984. And my father [R. W. Sparke] took over in 1984, and he ran it until his death in 2020.

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