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People & Places

Christmas Act of Kindness
1 year ago

Christmas Act of Kindness

Jason Bland was the athletic trainer at Airline High School when he lost his battle with cancer. In the short time he worked at the school, Jason earned a well-deserved …
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Nominate Shreveport-Bossier City’s Most Eligible Single
1 year ago

Nominate Shreveport-Bossier City’s Most Eligible Single

Do you know someone smart, involved in the community, fun and SINGLE? Nominate your favorite most eligible single in Shreveport-Bossier City.

Top bachelors and bachelorettes will be featured in our February …
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Guess Who: Kris Kringle
1 year ago

Guess Who: Kris Kringle

Born and raised in Shreveport, this man of many roles is going on his fifth holiday season playing Santa Claus. He’s been married to his wife for 31 years and …
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Tis the Season for Giving
1 year ago

Tis the Season for Giving

After stuffing ourselves with turkey and giving thanks for the many blessing, we turn now to the giving season of Christmas. Gifts can come in many shapes and sizes. Your …
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Latasha Henderson-Robinson Fashion Designer and Season 15 Project Runway Contestant
1 year ago

Latasha Henderson-Robinson Fashion Designer and Season 15 Project Runway Contestant

SB: Why did you decide to become a fashion designer? LHR: I began dabbling in fashion when I was about 8-years-old. My late mother, Roberta Henderson, allowed me to choose …
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SB Art: Jeannie McCall, Potter Pink Flamingo Pottery
1 year ago

SB Art: Jeannie McCall, Potter Pink Flamingo Pottery

 

Jeannie McCall has found refuge behind a pottery wheel for the last 14 years. “It’s a peaceful place where I can sit and completely lose myself in my work,” …
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Military + Shreveport-Bossier: 100 Years
1 year ago

Military + Shreveport-Bossier: 100 Years

By John Andrew Prime

The afternoon was like any other in any neighborhood in Shreveport or Bossier City, until 5 p.m. came along.

Then a flourish of brass filled the …
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Día de los Muertos: Learning to Embrace  the Memories
1 year ago

Día de los Muertos: Learning to Embrace the Memories

Recently as I was driving over Jimmy Davis Bridge, I could see the treetops turning shades of yellow and orange.  I felt this pang of excitement for the change …
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Guess Who: Culinary Champ
1 year ago

Guess Who: Culinary Champ

From Tuesday through Saturday, this mystery woman can be found at a popular downtown spot preparing delicious (and beautiful) dishes. She’s an expert at her craft and has the resume …
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7 Things You Didn’t Know About The Oakland Cemetery
1 year ago

7 Things You Didn’t Know About The Oakland Cemetery

1000 Milam St.  •  Shreveport  •  www.OaklandCemeteryla.org

The late Shreveport historian, Eric Brock, wrote that Oakland Cemetery is “the city’s oldest and arguably most important landmark.” Founded as …
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