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Barksdale AFB 2015 Defenders of Liberty Airshow
3 years ago

Barksdale AFB 2015 Defenders of Liberty Airshow

By  •  Eye on SB
The Barksdale Air Force Base Air Show May 2 - 3 Held for the first time in 1933, the Barksdale Air Force Base Air Show is a full-weekend spectacular featuring displays of latest as well as historical military and civilian aircraft and other performers. Barksdale Air Force Base Air Show serves to enhance the public [...]
ArtBreak Festival 2015
3 years ago

ArtBreak Festival 2015

By  •  Eye on SB
ArtBreak Festival 2015 April 24-26, 2015 ArtBreak is an acclaimed, annual event showcasing the arts programs and artistic achievements of students in Caddo and Bossier Parish Schools. More than 50,000 students, parents, teachers and festival-goers from Northwest Louisiana participate in the week-long arts celebration at the Shreveport Convention Center, making it the largest student arts festival in [...]
David Nail Concert at The Stage
3 years ago

David Nail Concert at The Stage

[Best_Wordpress_Gallery id="6" gal_title="David Nail Concert at The Stage, Bossier City"] Throw on your western boots and head to the place where country music artists are performing weekly.  The Stage is a crowd-pleasing, country western music venue attached to the Silver Star Smokehouse in Bossier City.  A must for all country music fans — concertgoers immediately [...]
History, Beer Combine for Shreveport Event
3 years ago

History, Beer Combine for Shreveport Event

[Best_Wordpress_Gallery id="5" gal_title="History on Tap 2015"] History repeated itself Thursday at the 2nd annual “History on Tap” beer tasting event hosted by Shreveport DDA, Shreveport Regional Arts Council, Robinson Film Center, the Lofts@624, Heliopolis SBC and Glazer’s Distributors. Attendees visited four historic sites in downtown Shreveport — artspace, Robinson Film Center, Central Artstation and the [...]
Shreveport Native Finds Birth Mother
3 years ago

Shreveport Native Finds Birth Mother

“‘The time has come,’ the Walrus said. ‘To talk of many things.’” As a child, I can remember the countless hours my parents and I would watch “Alice and Wonderland” together. Growing up in the 1990s, the Disney film adaptation was a mainstay in our VHS collection. Wonderland was a place I could escape to [...]