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Business
Monday, Jan. 4, 2016

‘Shape of Shreveport’ exposes more history to pinpoint cultural identifier

5-8 of “The Shape of Shreveport” dig deeper into the city’s history, shining a spotlight on significant moments. This includes digging into the local past of legends like folk and blues musician Huddie “Lead Belly” Leadbetter, places like Barksdale Air Force Base and historical battles like the Civil War.
Business
Monday, Nov. 23, 2015

Bossier Event Rounds Out First Year with large amount of vendors

Besides the wares being peddled, Mike placed parking high on the list of things the farmers market got right. Because the market is located on the grounds of the Pierre-Bossier Mall, the walk from-and-to the vendors is fairly short and easy, even with an arm full of goods.
Business
Monday, Nov. 9, 2015
Enter Davis’ Clothing and Outdoor, a massive site full of clothing for the whole family. Brands include Levi’s, Wrangler and Carhartt. And the sizes offered can accommodate all walks of like from tall and skinny to short and round and everything in between.
Arts & Entertainment
Monday, Nov. 9, 2015
Evans, a math major, said that experience showed her how little art was valued in the school setting. It wasn’t until the late 1980s Evans began planning and designing her art as inspired by mathematics. “I’ve always been an artist,” Evans, who also counts dancing and writing among her strengths, said.
Cover Story
Monday, Oct. 26, 2015

Business buzzing for newest eateries

 Seven months ago, Lesleigh Monsey’s restaurant plans were on hold until retirement.Today, though, she is the owner/operator of the Highland Table, a “made-from-scratch” restaurant located
Community
Monday, Oct. 12, 2015

Pet owners eager for 2016 opening near Stoner Boat Launch

Swaine was not attending the press conference just because of her downtown connection. But, she is also a dog lover who attended the dog park preview with her dog, Starvina. “It looks fabulous,” Sawine said adding it could compete with any dog park..
Arts & Entertainment
Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2015
It’s an October golfing event that will bring in 132 players from across the world for qualifying and match play at the well-known and well-publicized Squire Creek course.
Business
Monday, Aug. 17, 2015

Cohab course opens doors for programmers

Today, though, Puckett is one of 15 graduates of a pilot, computer-coding course called HackerForge, a course created by the Shreveport-based Twin Engine Labs and Cohab, the small business-centric nonprofit in downtown Shreveport. And by all accounts, Puckett is no longer a slouch at computers.
Arts & Entertainment
Monday, Aug. 17, 2015

Glitz and Grits brings two artists to city for event honoring arts

Jim Tweedy and Bruce Odell are two men who are firmly established in their particular art of choice. Tweedy is a much celebrated painter of sports and comedic animals. Odell is a much awarded potter and practitioner of Raku Firing, an ancient Japanese technique for heating pottery.
Men's & Women's Health
Monday, Aug. 17, 2015

Straightening your smile through adulthood

Before committing to ceramic and metallic braces, Ho said she did consider Invisalign, a clear, plastic alternative to traditional braces that also help align the teeth. For Ho, though, Invisalign was not considered a good option..

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