For a bit of seasonal inspiration, 318 Forum dropped in at a couple of local hot spot shops for a look at what’s in store. It was a pleasure to drop in at Ivy and Stone (they have a new location at Shoppes at Bellemead on Youree Drive). The ladies were busy prepping for the introduction of Christmas merchandise on Nov.
Whether snug on your porch or extravagantly arrayed around a pool or fire pit, we have the perfect furnishings to gather for your outdoor room from Corner Collection on Line. We also visited Coburn’s showroom in Bossier City to locate great grill options for firing up your next gathering.
Women business professionals today are vastly different from just a few years ago, and they are ever evolving and adapting. Empowered with knowledge, opportunity and sheer determination, they press forward in their endeavors and meet challenges headon.
Forum loves sharing with readers things that are really special, above average ... and this is it. For this edition of “atHome,” we stopped in for a visit at Bayou Outdoor Supercenter to see a real home on wheels that has every modern con- venience imaginable.
When Monroe artist and designer Clinton Whitney Downing’s talents are called on to make an impression for his clients and friends, he can be depended on to do just that. This time of year brings out the designer’s most colorful toolbox.
1) A production of “The Women” at The Strand Theatre: Mimi Hussey, Sandra Braddock, Jan Elkins, Helen Black, Donna Curtis, Janet Lindsay, Glenda Erwin, Betty Jo LeBrun-Mooring and Jodi Glorioso. It took the front and back page to show these ladies off: October 25, 2006.
Wow! It is hard to believe Forum has been around for 30 years. When we began in 1988, fax machines were the latest business tool and at that time revolutionary. The devices are now relatively obsolete. We started out doing paste-up, shooting film and driving photos and layouts to our printer in Alexandria.
12) The 26th production of Les Boutiques de Noel, Shreveport Opera Guild’s annual fund-raiser; co-chair Fran Huckabay; event sponsor, Mary Jean Lewis, owner of Lewis Gifts; Opera Guild President Virginia Chastain; and Chairman Carolyn Templeton: November 2, 2000.
is first in a series of articles about local businesses that are reaching important milestones, beginning with a brand new business, Joseph Guin Barber at 6108 Line Ave., which opened mid-August. Year one has begun. JGB is already trending as a hotspot, so drop in for a cut, shave or shoe shine at this new neighborhood barbershop.