When local children’s book author Susan Jenkins McClendon moved to Shreveport, she knew her next book needed to be about the Pelican State. “What I find so amazing is that the people in Louisiana are so diehard. They love the state of Louisiana,” she said.
I am not a fan of Google Classroom. I will admit that when the schools shut their doors in March 2020 (for the most extended Spring Break ever), I was not focused on getting my children to complete the classwork they were assigned.
“We’re calling it our 40th birthday,” said Bossier Arts Council Executive Director Robin Jones. “We just want to say thank you to the community, so we are having a big birthday party.” Party-goers are invited to enjoy light hors d’oeuvres and punch, as well as birthday cake and cookies.
Each summer, beautiful homes and outdoor living spaces open to the public during the Home Builders Association of Northwest Louisiana’s (HBA) annual Parade of Homes. It’s the perfect chance for parade-goers to get an up-close look at the latest trends in home design and product innovations.
“The Key to Love” is a classic opposites attract trope set in small-town U.S.A. When she began brainstorming the book several years ago, St. Amant Haddox originally planned to set part of it in Paris and feature the Pont des Arts (also known as the famed Love Lock Bridge) that connects the Institut de France with The Louvre.
Weeks says the customer knows what they need or how they plan to use the space. “Do they use hairdryers? Do they need a vanity or place to sit down in the bathroom?” he ask. How a customer will utilize the space determines the workspace design and the set-up of the cabinet interiors.
They turned to Josh Knicely, builder and owner of Josh Knicely Builders, to make it happen. He says the family fell in love with the lot and the neighborhood and knew this would be their forever home when they purchased the property back in 2007. “Their plan was to remodel the home in phases.
Featured on the 2018 Parade of Homes, the Pierrewood residence was designed by architect Ben Patterson and constructed by builder Terry W. Elston for an active, young family. The Modern Louisiana Colonialstyle home contains five bedrooms, a gourmet kitchen and plenty of space for family fun and entertaining guests.
The YWCA’s Fab Finds Resale Shop moves from Mall St. Vincent to 109 Kings Highway. “This location has a lot more useable space and storage space,” said YWCA board member and volunteer Penny Durham. “We have more customers and visibility here.”.