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Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2021
New Year’s resolutions are much easier to keep when they involve friendship, sunshine and a lot of encouragement. Camp Gladiator (CG) is a unique place to get fit in 2021. With outdoor workouts meeting all over Shreveport-Bossier multiple times of day, there’s no excuse not to get moving, meet your goals – and make new friends.
Monday, Dec. 14, 2020
Three years ago, Mark Rodie, a minister who heads a group called Men of Courage, found his group growing and looking for a purpose. They learned about the Cumberland section of old Bossier, the highest crime, highest poverty and the city’s lowest educational achievement area.
Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2020
It’s the most festive time of the year, and figuring out what holiday feasts and gatherings will look like is challenging, especially during a pandemic. It doesn’t mean celebrations with friends and family can’t happen. It means plans need to be safe and well thought out.
Monday, Nov. 2, 2020
2020 has brought us so much to deal with. In January, as a counseling practice, we were already full. We were already dealing with a 200% increase in teen self-harm — a 19% increase in first-year college students being diagnosed with anxiety disorders and depression.
Monday, Oct. 19, 2020
Grief. Loss. These are words we hear about during death. Usually, we hear them when we have lost someone close to us, like a grandparent or a friend or, God forbid, a child. Grief and loss are heavy hitters when it comes to your mental health. They can bring you down.
Monday, Oct. 5, 2020
There are four commercial stations in the incubator that are fully equipped with ovens, refrigerators and everything you would expect in a commercial kitchen. The entrepreneurs who use the facility pay a nominal fee each month and book slots to reserve the facility’s use.
Monday, Aug. 24, 2020
While so many restaurants – locally and nationally – have closed because of the COVID-19 impact, the fine-dining Bossier City restaurant is an outlier. Three new construction projects started just weeks before the pandemic – a courtyard, patio and wine cellar – are either finished or soon will be finished.
Monday, Aug. 24, 2020
I mean, don’t you just feel, sometimes, just physically and emotionally exhausted? Like you just can’t muster up the energy or patience to face the world? Maybe it’s pandemic fatigue, or you’re working exceptionally long hours, or taking on exceedingly heavy workloads.



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