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Person of Interest: Christopher Zepeda Reveals Top Selling Comic in SBC
3 years ago

Person of Interest: Christopher Zepeda Reveals Top Selling Comic in SBC

SB: How did you get into the comic business? CZ: In the early ‘90s, we opened our original shop in Texarkana. So many people were coming in from Shreveport, and we were mailing so many products here [for customers] that we thought we should open another shop down here and that’s what we did. We [...]
Poetic X Defines The Art Of Spoken Word
3 years ago

Poetic X Defines The Art Of Spoken Word

Poetic X Spoken Word Artist Cover photo: Poetic X Facebook Page [dropcap]S[/dropcap]poken word artist, Poetic X, developed his passion for poetry and spoken word after an assignment he completed for his high school English class. Years later, what began as an interest has now become a career—a lifestyle even—that runs deeper than the words with [...]
7 Ways To Make Your Senior’s Last Year Memorable
3 years ago

7 Ways To Make Your Senior’s Last Year Memorable

By DeShonna Johnson Your senior’s final year of high school is a mishmash of lasts. The last first day of an eight hour school day. The last club fundraiser. The last picture day (thank God, in my case). The last year with the same people they’ve seen day in and day out. Along with this [...]
Exclusive: Excerpt from Elizabeth Joyce Memoir
3 years ago

Exclusive: Excerpt from Elizabeth Joyce Memoir

Book Signing at artspace Aug. 22 By Devin White Cover photo by Scarlett Hendricks Mary Katherine Joyce, 18, returned to Shreveport from Europe for the holidays in 2009. Earlier that year she was diagnosed with a brain tumor and went through grueling treatments for months. On the outside, she was doing well. It seemed like [...]
Aftermath of Red River Flooding
3 years ago

Aftermath of Red River Flooding

Keeping Their Heads –– and Homes –– Above Water By Val Horvath Davidson Shreveport-Bossier really took a hit this year with the Red River flooding. We checked in with some of the affected residents to see how they are faring after this devastating moment and what's next for them. Wes Weaver has been around the [...]
Drink the Harvest: A Cocktail Competition
3 years ago

Drink the Harvest: A Cocktail Competition

Drink the Harvest: A Cocktail Competition Photo Album August 2, 2015 Slow Food North Louisiana combined cocktails and local produce for “Drink the Harvest: A Cocktail Competition” event last weekend. Drink the Harvest took place at Sainte Terre event venue in Benton and set the mood with live music performed by the Slydell Slippery Slope [...]
Forever Friends
3 years ago

Forever Friends

Thank You for Being a Friend By Terry Hanley Cover photo by Jennifer Robison. Trust, loyalty, dependability. These are all characteristics that we hope to find in the people that we call friends. For those of us fortunate enough, we form bonds with others that last our whole lives. I have a core group of [...]
History of Performers at CenturyLink
3 years ago

History of Performers at CenturyLink

By  •  Culture
15 Years of Concert Consonance By Terry Hanley Sweet emotions are evoked in past patrons of the CenturyLink Center when they remember concerts they have attended at the venue. The 270,000 square-foot, 14,000-seat riverfront arena, located in south Bossier City, offers concertgoers an intimate experience with their favorite artists and state-of-the-art amenities. Bossier City Mayor [...]
2nd Annual Cirque du Lake
3 years ago

2nd Annual Cirque du Lake

By  •  Eye on SB
2nd Annual Cirque du Lake Businesses of Lake Street celebrated a successful first year at the 2nd Annual Cirque du Lake event. The friends of The Agora Borealis, Iarchitecture, Vintage Design Group, LLC and Bears on Fairfield took to the streets to enjoy an evening of local music, art and food.   Photo Album: [Best_Wordpress_Gallery [...]
Interview with Katy Larsen, Owner of Agora Borealis
3 years ago

Interview with Katy Larsen, Owner of Agora Borealis

SB Magazine's Person of Interest Katy Larsen Agora Borealis Owner SB: How did the idea for Agora Borealis come about? KL: I always wanted to have an art community –– a community that taught you about several different kinds of art and where [you could] do free trade through the artists. So, we came to [...]