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Dining
Wednesday, April 20, 2022
Conflict seems to be a common theme recently, and the Prize Foundation is capitalizing on it with a battle of its own. It’s called Taco Wars, and it’s headed for downtown Shreveport on April 30 from noon to 8 p.m. in front of the historic Municipal Auditorium.
Home
Wednesday, April 6, 2022
Barbara and Alan Sugar bought the home in the mid-1980s while it was still under construction, according to their daughter and current owner, Ashley Sugar Bates. Her parents hired a local decorator, Cindy Miciotto, to add her design talents to the project.
Community Women
Tuesday, March 22, 2022
It’s a twist on the unity ceremony known as the Blending of the Sand that has become a fixture of some traditional weddings where containers of different colored sand are combined to create a new mixture.
Events
Tuesday, March 22, 2022
A score of raffle items will be available, including jewelry by Kendra Scott, gift cards to presenting sponsors Buff City Soap and Sun Tan City, a local restaurant gift card package, a Cuban Liquor package and the wildly popular “mystery mixed case of wine.
Community
Tuesday, March 22, 2022
When spring arrives each year in the Ark-La-Tex, nature’s blossoms come out in all their profusion. So, too, do the young men and women who make up the Cotillion Club Court. The Cotillion Club aims to bring the metropolitan area’s population together to stimulate interest in the greater Shreveport area while boosting the local economy.
Business
Thursday, March 10, 2022
In the back corner of the family business, C&C Mercantile and Lighting, businessman, artist and just all-around cool guy Derek Simmons makes custom hats for the trendy and the traditional. Come along and visit his workshop with us and explore his exquisite craftsmanship.
Arts & Entertainment
Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2022
Neil Johnson has photographed everything from some of the biggest celebrities to the smallest aspects of nature. This spring, he’s opening the doors on a new exhibit of his work, “Opposites Abstract: The Lens of Neil Johnson,” at Big Sun Studios in downtown Shreveport.
Seniors
Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2022
Sometimes, it helps to realize you’re not alone. One local non-profit agency is trying to get the word out that they have the resources and staffing available to help people in the Ark-La- Tex who are dealing with Alzheimer’s and related dementia issues.
Cover Story
Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2022
The restaurant might be more familiar to many locals by some of its earlier names: Freeman & Harris Café, or Pete Harris Café, or Brother's Seafood. No matter what name you love, the families who have made this their lives' work have made them destinations for hungry palates for over 100 years.

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