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Monday, March 22, 2021
“Venues that were able to withstand being shut down have adapted both administratively and physically. Many have new policies allowing greater flexibility should an event need to be canceled or postponed due to COVID-19,” says Jason Mitchell Kahn, a New York City-based wedding planner.
Monday, March 8, 2021
Good nutrition in the early years, especially the first year, is crucial for your baby’s development. With all of the different foods, vitamins and minerals to think about, it may seem a bit overwhelming at first, but it gets easier with time and practice.
Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2021
In the fall of last year, Shreveport’s recycling collection contract expired after the private companies negotiating the renewal of that contract requested changes that were not in the city’s interest. The city subsequently issued a request for proposals for recycling collection, which drew no responsive bids.
Monday, Oct. 19, 2020
As sports are ramping back up in select schools and universities in the state, it is important to remember that participation in sports provides numerous benefits, both physically and socially. While these benefits can come with the downside of a sports-related injury, this should not keep our youth on the bench.
Monday, Oct. 5, 2020
For your décor, lean into the antique look with weathered wood tables or mismatched chairs from the flea market. The color palette should be light and airy with plenty of pastels and floral patterns. And, of course, lace is never out of place – either in your tablescapes or wedding attire.
Monday, Oct. 5, 2020
Just under 30 days shy of the next presidential election, we all have our thoughts about the process. I want to share a concept I started mentioning years ago. For America’s betterment, beginning in 2024, the new president’s term should be six years instead of four.
Monday, Oct. 5, 2020
Entering the year, many thought 2020 would be a year of vision and purpose. No one knew a global pandemic would shake the foundations of the way we work, learn and play. The tumult of 2020 left an indelible mark for sure.
Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2020
COVID-19 is now a part of almost every decision we make. Choices from whether to send our children to school versus home-based learning, buying groceries in the store versus having them delivered, dining in a restaurant versus picking up food, traveling in a car versus a plane, and the list goes on.
Monday, July 13, 2020
The list is being promoted by the tourist bureau, which is funded by hotel occupancy taxes. The restaurants have nothing in common other than the race of the owners. Color me surprised, because I thought this would be considered racism of the highest order in these days of pleas for equality, integration and diversity.
Monday, Dec. 2, 2019
This is a question that opens up the whole Check the weight limit. Typical subject of mobility aids, the icons of canes can hold about 250 aging. We’ll discuss canes in this pounds. Some slimmer column and save crutches, walkers, canes are limited to about wheelchairs and scooters for the 175 pounds.



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