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Men's & Women's Health
Monday, Nov. 18, 2019
The Knight Street building opened in 2017. Since then, the YMCA’s programming has grown to serve more than 30,000 people a year, Goodman said. It offers more than 160 group exercise classes every week, reaching all ages from children to seniors across all walks of life.
Business
Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019
Current plans for the building include a kitchen for Sweetport, the ice cream and confection business Spikes and his wife, Nicole, operate. The space also will house the Sweetport food truck when it is not in service. Spikes also plans to put a workshop in the space as well.
Business
Monday, Oct. 21, 2019
Foreman encourages taxpayers to ask their tax professional for a list of the necessary paperwork for tax preparation. When it comes to pulling that information together, the sooner the better, Foreman said. After February, taxpayers run the risk of getting caught in a backlog with their tax professional.
Community
Monday, Oct. 21, 2019
“That whole nine-block area of Shreveport Common was once a very thriving corridor,” said Henry Price, president of the board for Shreveport Regional Arts Council. “Then it became blighted. This is an opportunity for a renaissance for the whole area. Common Park is the nucleus for that.
Business
Monday, Oct. 7, 2019
Free: It has been said that credit unions are the best-kept secret in the financial industry. Because credit unions are owned by their members, you can bet they will offer products and services that serve the interest of the members, excellent rates and personal service.
Cover Story
Monday, Oct. 7, 2019
There will be a themed buffet catered by Brad Jones and Allison Gras, the executive chefs at The Revenir Restaurant. The spread will include jumbo lump crab meat deviled eggs; pear, arugula, blue cheese and prosciutto bundles; duck a l’orange pipets; and prime beef tenderloin.
Community
Monday, Sept. 23, 2019
Some uncommon things are taking shape in Shreveport Common. While progress continues on a distillery/restaurant/speakeasy complex in the former Arlington Hotel, another new concept is being birthed from the old Andress Garage at the corner of Crockett and Common streets.
Business
Monday, Aug. 26, 2019
The pair recently took over Shreveport Music. Nestled on Kings Highway among other Shreveport institutions like Strawn’s and Centenary College, Shreveport Music has been serving local musicians since 1910 with acoustic and electric guitars, bass guitars, drums, pianos and more.

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