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January 09 06:06 AM
Admission is $10 and advance tickets are now available at www. louisianacomiccon.com. Ages 10 and under will be admitted free with a paid adult admission. Louisiana Comic Con, a production of AVC Conventions, will feature a diverse list of celebrity guests from the worlds of comics, film and television, as well as artists, vendors, fan groups and more.
January 02 11:19 AM
The series brings together area clergy members from different religions and denominations to have a conversation about film through the lens of their faiths. The first dialogue on Jan. 8 will be led by B’nai Zion Congregation Rabbi Jana De Benedetti and the Simple Church Pastor Justin Haigler.
January 02 06:23 AM
The series brings together area clergy members from different religions and denominations to have a conversation about film through the lens of their faiths. The first dialogue on Jan. 8 will be led by B’nai Zion Congregation Rabbi Jana De Benedetti and the Simple Church Pastor Justin Haigler.
January 02 06:23 AM
Gaston said, “We decided to cloth-diaper our son before he was born, and there was nowhere to buy them locally. You could only buy them online. They’ve made quite a few improvements over the years because I was cloth-diapered when I was a baby. Obviously, it was a lot different back then.
December 27 06:41 AM
The Robinson Film Center has announced it will open “The Interview” on Christmas Day for a weeklong run. After initially announcing that its Christmas Day theatrical release was cancelled, Sony has decided to release the film to select theaters around the country.
December 27 06:41 AM
Cabaret’s Happy New Year’s Eve Extravaganza begins 8 p.m. with dinner music until 10 p.m., with “Airheart” performing. The Dance Band, “Brian Basco and Friends” will carry everyone through a fun evening of dance and good music beginning at 10 p.m. to carry out the old year and bring in the New Year’s Celebration.
December 27 06:40 AM
“Local 645 and the FOP were feeling extra generous and spent $125 for each of the 40 children in need who took part so that they could have gifts this Christmas,” said Mark Natale, public information officer for the city of Bossier City..

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