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Sunday, July 31, 2022
Born in Trinidad and Tobago, Riley made his way to Shreveport-Bossier at the start of what came to be the community’s robust film industry. In 2012, Riley joined Moonbot Studios’ team by way of Cohabitat Shreveport and began working to recruit talented 20-somethings to Shreveport rather than Los Angeles, New York or other international cities.
Arts & Entertainment
Wednesday, June 29, 2022
 Known by locals and global art enthusiasts alike, the R. W. Norton Art Gallery is home to an extensive, permanent collection of over 500 paintings by more than 100 artists.
Wednesday, April 20, 2022
Cindy Whittington was having a challenging time when she walked inside the city of Minden’s animal shelter years ago. Her father was in hospice care at the time, and after a difficult night together, she came home crying. She couldn’t bring herself to do anything.
Community Women
Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2022
American retailer Target introduces its shoppers to black creators and designers during its annual Black History Month celebration. This year's campaign – Black Beyond Measure – features a brand familiar to many Shreveport-Bossier shoppers: Jolie Noire.
Monday, April 23, 2018
busy social calendar. Awards for Best Dressed and Best Hat Wedding invites, backyard crawfish boils and citywide events abound. Some Shreveport events, including Mudbug Madness, have been around for decades and are loved by locals and tourists alike, while others are new but welcomed with open arms.
Monday, March 26, 2018
Did you cringe when you read “energy efficient”? I don’t blame you if you did; the concept of making your home more energy-efficient bears the myth of it costing you an arm and a leg. That’s simply not the case; there are easy and affordable upgrades you can make to your home to save you money on your energy bills.
Monday, Dec. 4, 2017
The holiday season brings a subtle feeling of urgency among us all. Whether it’s shopping, finding the perfect dress for the seemingly bajillion parties, cleaning up the house to host friends and family, or realizing it’s Dec. 15 and you’re still without a Christmas tree, there’s a lot going on before the joy Christmas Day brings.

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