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Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2022
With a spiritual study and meditation background, Jim Huckabay finds himself soulfully searching for a connection with you, the viewer, by paint and composition. Talbot Hopkins, primarily a portraitist, seeks the light that will subtly reveal the subject.
Cover Story
Monday, Aug. 9, 2021
Carefully, because it's a country song, while he has spent years establishing himself as a hard-rocking entertainer. "It may not seem like me to release a mid-tempo country song," admits Wooten. Nonetheless, his fans will learn that Wooten knows how to give a country song a super-cool treatment.
Tuesday, June 15, 2021
From 1903-1917 the city declared that prostitution would not be prosecuted in the St. Paul’s Bottoms. This followed the example of New Orleans, which established the Storyville district in 1897. Both areas rescinded their prostitution guidelines in 1917.
Arts & Entertainment
Monday, June 15, 2020
Growing up in the maelstrom of a performing family and with care from an even more famous family friend, Krauss, Ratcliff realized that his childhood in Cotton Valley, middle of nowhere Louisiana, was only step one in his destiny. Nashville was his goal.
Arts & Entertainment
Monday, May 18, 2020
The quickest way to enjoy his work is to go to YouTube to Brown’s pre-Pulitzer 2015 TEDx talk, “The art of words.” He greets with, “Where I am from, we always begin with a prayer.” But he blesses the audience with the unexpected: a Prayer of the Backhand.
Arts & Entertainment
Monday, April 20, 2020
Out-of-work and no-income performers surround him. As proprietor of Fairfield Studios, a compact video production center in a historic building near Fairfield Avenue and Jordan Street, McCommon has a facility that can answer players’ needs. So he is producing complimentary online concerts several nights a week.
Cover Story
Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2019
Many have tried, including Kent’s dad, David Kent. From 1974 to 1987, he produced a follow-up show in Bossier City. Called “Hayride, USA,” then the “Louisiana Hayride,” it included a popular restaurant, the Hayride Kitchen. Also attempting to bring it back was producer Bill Starnes.

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