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About Devin White

Before stepping into the executive editor role in January 2014, Devin worked as a features reporter in Shreveport for four years. Even though she was born and raised in Las Vegas, her family has deep roots in Louisiana, and she has officially traded in saying “you all,” for “y’all.”
Latest Posts | By Devin White
Easy Fresh & Fruity Ice Pops
7 days ago

Easy Fresh & Fruity Ice Pops

By  •  Recipes, Food

Ingredients

  • 2 kiwis
  • 2 peaches
  • 1 cup strawberries
  • ½ cup raspberries or blackberries
  • ½ cup blueberries
  • 2 cups apple juice

Instructions

  1. Peel and slice kiwis and peaches …
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10 Reasons Why Louisiana Is The Best
1 week ago

10 Reasons Why Louisiana Is The Best

If I hear of one more list in which Louisiana is ranked at the bottom, I’m going to have a conniption fit. Who or what is creating these lists? In …
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From the Editor: SB Magazine June 2017
3 weeks ago

From the Editor: SB Magazine June 2017

Our medical community is something to be proud of in Shreveport-Bossier City. Not only do we have the brainpower at LSU Health Shreveport’s School of Medicine tasked with training future …
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Pita Pit Opens 2nd Location in Shreveport
4 weeks ago

Pita Pit Opens 2nd Location in Shreveport

In 2015, Matt and Alicia Smith embarked on a mission to bring Shreveport a healthy — and tasty — option for dining out. As a dietician, Alicia would constantly meet …
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Train Of Thought: A Sense of Community
1 month ago

Train Of Thought: A Sense of Community

 

When I moved to the Shreveport-Bossier City area over a decade ago, it took only a short time for me to realize how lucky I was to finish school …
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From The Editor: SB Magazine May 2017
2 months ago

From The Editor: SB Magazine May 2017

ay is a great month to live in Shreveport-Bossier City — well, we think every month is great in SB — but May is special. The first week in May …
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Train of Thought: Baby Fever (Plus, Parenting Advice from Local Moms & Dads)
4 months ago

Train of Thought: Baby Fever (Plus, Parenting Advice from Local Moms & Dads)

I’ve been a planner all my life. I tend to know what my day will look like a week ahead. It’s not that I’m especially organized. I just like to …
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Inside SB Homes: A Transitional Work of Art
5 months ago

Inside SB Homes: A Transitional Work of Art

4 Bedrooms • 3 Bathrooms • 3,100 Square-feet

Photography by Marc Gibson

ometimes it takes a village to make a home. This was true for Leigh Ann Couvillon, who sought the creativity …
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Hear Them Ring: Salvation Army Bell Ringers
6 months ago

Hear Them Ring: Salvation Army Bell Ringers

As far back as I can remember, Salvation Army Red Kettles have been a fixture of the holiday season. Christmas shopping is always accompanied by the subtle, yet distinguishable …
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Be Kind To Retail Employees
7 months ago

Be Kind To Retail Employees

By  •  Style, Shopping

Christmas and toys go together like birds of a feather, and we all have that favorite Christmas morning memory when Santa Claus brought the exact item you wanted off your …
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