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Monday, July 13, 2020
She was born in a prison town, “black-and-blue and close to death,” as described in her 2001 memoir “The Truth Is …” Her mother went into labor in the middle of the day, and nurses held her legs closed until a doctor arrived. “I was not allowed to enter the world as planned.
Monday, June 15, 2020
Growing up in the maelstrom of a performing family and with care from an even more famous family friend, Krauss, Ratcliff realized that his childhood in Cotton Valley, middle of nowhere Louisiana, was only step one in his destiny. Nashville was his goal.
Monday, May 18, 2020
How have families worked this temporary “normal” into their lives? And how do some unwind or find ways to enjoy quiet time when homes are bustling all day and being alone is rare? Several area moms have found their own ways to handle all of the new and old responsibilities and find time for self-care.
Monday, April 20, 2020
in March, the Shreveport Regional Arts Council hosted one of the final live events to take place in Shreveport, as cities around the country were tightening restrictions on public gatherings due to the international pandemic.
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.



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