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Community
Monday, May 18, 2020
How have families worked this temporary “normal” into their lives? And how do some unwind or find ways to enjoy quiet time when homes are bustling all day and being alone is rare? Several area moms have found their own ways to handle all of the new and old responsibilities and find time for self-care.
Home
Monday, May 18, 2020
The Shreveport and Bossier City sites sell decorative plumbing – tubs, toilets, faucets – as well as lighting, appliances, hardware and vanities. Showroom manager Lisa Stuart says Coburn’s has “basically, just about anything to build a home, besides flooring and countertops.
Cover Story
Monday, May 4, 2020
pair of pajama bottoms, a USB cable and a guinea pig named Starbucks – all components in the re-creation of Leonardo DaVinci’s "Lady with an Ermine" painting. Local elementary student Chloe Collins enthusiastically reimagined the piece as part of a challenge posed by The R.
Home
Monday, March 23, 2020
Glass Services has been handling customers in northwest Louisiana’s glass needs since 2002. The company offers auto, residential and commercial glass services.
Home
Monday, March 23, 2020
“Why light?” That’s the question Red River Lights owner and designer Brandon Brice asks clients when planning and designing their outdoor lightscape. The type of lighting provided, as well as which areas receive illumination, depends on these factors: Are the client’s needs aesthetic, or is it safety and security?.
Cover Story
Monday, Nov. 18, 2019
Angie loves decorating for Christmas and immersing herself in the holiday season, so as soon as Halloween ended, it was out with the pumpkins and in with the poinsettias. The entire home receives a festive wardrobe change with treasured collectibles and multiple Christmas trees, holiday artwork and music.
Events
Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019
Loyola College Prep is set to travel the Pelican State from the top of the boot to the “soul” with an evening of food, music and fashion. The theme of this year’s 67th Loyola Style Show is “Born on the Bayou,” and it’s set to take place on Wednesday, Nov.
Home
Monday, Sept. 23, 2019
The home features a soft palette of creams, grays and whites and an energetic and contemporary decor that incorporates wooden beams and warm furnishings to frame the vista of the outdoors. Built into the side of a hill, you enter on the second floor of the home where windows offer astonishing views of the treetops and foliage beyond.
Home
Monday, July 29, 2019
After purchasing the land, the Wilsons began clearing trees and building the 4-acre pond out back. Recently featured on the Parade of Homes, the house is beautiful, functional and accessible. The 3,119-squarefoot home is set on 55 acres in Princeton and features three bedrooms and two and a half baths.
Community
Tuesday, March 12, 2019
The Women’s Department Club is (WDC) one of Louisiana’s oldest continuously functioning women’s clubs and was founded in 1919 when there were limited educational opportunities for women. In May, the club will laud its longevity and contributions to the community with its “A Century of Women” centennial celebration.

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