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Monday, March 22, 2021
We may find ourselves carrying more weight now that we have perfected our quarantine homemade bread recipe. Working from home may be here to stay in some form or another, yet if we are really being honest, we may have not yet mastered the work-life balance juggling act.
Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2020
Veterans Day weekend, Clinton and his crew of elves turned the El Dorado Casino into a Yuletime destination for the third year. Clint is an equal opportunity decorator, working his seasonal magic on a simple doorway or a huge business display.
Monday, Oct. 19, 2020
“We wanted to have a presence in Bossier City for a while, but the timing was never right,” said Debbie W. Smith, chief executive officer for Highland Clinic. “We needed to have a presence in that part of the community to better serve Bossier City, Benton, Haughton and Minden.
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.
Monday, Sept. 21, 2020
“We don’t curl up in a ball and cry about the situation,” said the executive director of Prize Foundation, which oversees Prize Fest. “We make lemons into lemonade. We immediately started to do that. There was never a consideration – ever – that we would be skipping a year.
Monday, June 29, 2020
Outdoor living trends are all about enjoying your backyard al fresco – but with the comfort and ease you expect from your indoor spaces. Today’s outdoor spaces are transforming into an extension of the home.
Monday, March 23, 2020
Angie has help – she certainly can’t do this alone – and new ideas to add each year. Her sister, Dr. Marian Feducia, is often on hand making sure things are just right. Burroughs has an entire attic devoted to her seasonal decor. She’s the Candy Spelling of Shreveport! No detail is too small, and hardly a surface is undecorated.
Monday, March 9, 2020
Shreveport’s downtown and core neighborhoods are a frustrating and encouraging mix of successes and challenges. When individuals try to make a difference by redeveloping our core, they often face unique challenges that are very different from “greenfield” developments on the edge of town.



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