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DR. RAY SCOTT CRAWFORD: BRINGING HOME THE GOLD
1 month ago

DR. RAY SCOTT CRAWFORD: BRINGING HOME THE GOLD

DR. RAY SCO T CRAWFORD BRINGING HOME THE GOLD   BY SEVA MAY As we close the book on another exciting Olympics, we applaud our fellow Americans who brought home medals. Think of the hours these athletes must spend training and honing their skills for competition. Making it to the Olympics is a proud moment [...]
MAX ON THE SAX
2 months ago

MAX ON THE SAX

By  •  2022, Arts, SB KIDS
Max on the Sax BY SCOTT ANDERSON Max Mayeaux is not a typical 15-year-old boy. You see, before “Max on the Sax” blows at shows, Max on the Sax rides a horse, of course. And he’s pretty boss when it comes to lacrosse. Max is a sophomore at Loyola College Prep, where he plays lacrosse [...]
MARILYN PETTIETTE: The Musical Life
2 months ago

MARILYN PETTIETTE: The Musical Life

MARILYN PETTIETE The Musical Life BY SCOTT ANDERSON Marilyn Pettiette is the 90-year-old matriarch of a modern-day von Trapp family, spreading a message of faith, hope and joy through song in cyberspace. Pettiette and her family have a YouTube channel called Three Generations Singing. The channel features family members — actually from four generations — [...]
MONRO BROWN: Marching On
2 months ago

MONRO BROWN: Marching On

MONRO BROWN Marching On BY SCOTT ANDERSON Monro Brown marches to the beat of her own drum. It’s a blues beat, but her outlook for Shreveport is not blue at all. “This has been a journey,” Brown said of her life that has taken a few unexpected diversions. “But I try to keep a good [...]
BRIDGE OF LIGHTS
3 months ago

BRIDGE OF LIGHTS

Light it UP!  The BAKOWSKI BRIDGE OF LIGHTS Isn't Just Any Bridge BY ADAM BAILEY Bridges come in all styles, shapes, and sizes. Whether it is what took place on that bridge, its innovative design, or its setting—bridges are memorable. And sometimes, they are worth seeking out even if you simply wish to gaze on [...]
Sanctuary Art School
5 months ago

Sanctuary Art School

Sanctuary Art School and Glass Studio BY URSULA BRANTLEY LEARN HEAL CREATE Long before there was a term for it, humans have found solace in artistic expression. For centuries, people have found themselves and lighted their paths through music, artwork, words, and the stage. The arts have the power to unify people from all walks [...]
Mike Whitehead
6 months ago

Mike Whitehead

Mike Whitehead Writes On BY ELIZABETH DEAL Basketball. That’s where Mike Whitehead thought his career was headed in high school. A good student who liked to read and study, he planned to join the yearbook staff because, as rumor had it, there would be extra “free” time—just perfect for practicing free throws. But when other [...]
HEATHER HARRIS
7 months ago

HEATHER HARRIS

HEATHER HARRIS BY ELIZABETH DEAL Success is personal to each of us. For Heather Harris, it’s achieving her personal best in the hair and makeup industry. Growing up as a pageant girl, she was exposed to the beauty industry early on but embarked on a couple of different career paths. Today, she is 5 years [...]
Louisiana Soul Food Fall Festival
8 months ago

Louisiana Soul Food Fall Festival

By  •  Eye on SB

The Louisiana Soul Food Fall Festival was three days of amazing Southern Cuisine, live music, a Vendor’s Village, a Judged Soul Food Cooking Competition, and various awards for culinary excellence. …
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