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Friday, Feb. 11, 2022

Opportunity Knocks for Musical Talent Southwest of 'Grand Ole' Nashville.

Shreveport’s Mus Gillum first got paid to play music at a church when he was 14 years old. “I felt like I was robbin’ somebody, because I was just doin’ what I love to do,” Gillum remembers. Now 33, he is still getting paid to sing and strum a guitar. “I’ve been on stage longer than I haven’t been,” Gillum said.
Monday, Aug. 23, 2021
The arch of your foot along with your heel-cord (Achilles tendon) gives you the spring in your step and helps you turn the energy of your foot hitting the ground into pushing you forward. The big toe is a large part of how we maintain our balance and get a strong push-off when sprinting or pushing to go up steps or hills.
Monday, July 26, 2021
“The concept – the style of the restaurant – is already proven,” Heffern said. “It was here four years … What I’ve seen the past few days proves that. All the faithful regulars are back. They’re happy. I’ve got people shaking my hands a hundred times a day saying, ‘Thank you for getting back open.

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