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Monday, Aug. 24, 2020
“One of the main reasons is its classic look,” said 318 Tile owner and installer River Smith. “Another reason is its slip resistance. A lot of customers want accessible showers or curbless showers and they’re worried about slipping on the floors.” Penny tiles are ideal for high traffic or wet areas.
Home
Monday, Aug. 24, 2020
Builder John Hamilton of Hamilton Builders, LLC, constructed this subtle space with its delicate wall mural. The mural is not hand-painted, though. Instead, Hamilton says it is a customprinted wallpaper based on an artist’s painting.
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Monday, Aug. 24, 2020
Terry Nations owns Terry’s Tubs. He says restoring a tub, instead of replacing it, is a budget-friendly option for homeowners. It is also an excellent choice for antique tubs or sinks. Plus, restoration results are realized much faster than remodeling a space and getting new fixtures.
Community
Monday, June 29, 2020
Known affectionately to the campus community as “the Shell,” the structure features concrete seating for up to 2,000 audience members. It is receiving a facelift to transform part of its concrete benches into a more attractive green space. The amphitheater will also be more accessible.
Home
Monday, June 29, 2020
Owner Beau Cook says the reddish-brown tile was worn and broken – it was time for an update. “We found a guy in Minden that tore down an old elementary school. The ‘new’ bricks are from that school,” said Cook.
Home
Monday, June 15, 2020
The Home Builders Association of Northwest Louisiana’s (HBA) annual Parade of Homes is a fun way to see the latest trends in home design and product innovations – not to mention an up-close look at beautiful area houses. Prepare your perfect parade route, so you can be sure to view all of them.
Family
Monday, March 9, 2020
The 9th Annual Chocolate & Champagne Affair is on Saturday, March 21, at Margaritaville Resort Casino in Bossier City. The event is a night of live music, dancing, a live and silent auction, and sparkling champagne and decadent morsels from local vendors to raise money for Easter Seals.
Home
Monday, Feb. 24, 2020
Kandice and Dustin Weeks own Designer Specialties and Hardware in Bossier City. They say smart appliances are growing in demand. “Connectivity. People want their appliances connected wirelessly,” said Kandice.
Arts & Entertainment
Monday, Feb. 10, 2020
Attendees of Art in the Dark can find out! Louisiana Association for the Blind (L.A.B.) has created an immersive experience that will allow participants to explore the world of art without sight. The first of its kind, Art in the Dark, will provide aspiring artists with the chance to create a masterpiece via a tactile and auditory adventure.
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Monday, Jan. 27, 2020
Originally from Oregon, Robert received his master’s degree from the University of Colorado – Boulder and his Ph.D. at Oregon State. He accepted a position as a biology professor at the University of Michigan and spent the next 25 years there. He wanted to live amongst the mountains and desert, so the couple retired to Utah.

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