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March 03 05:43 AM
Paid internship opportunities are available at each of Shreve Memorial Library’s 21 branches and Support Services Center beginning May 30. These fun and interesting career opportunities provide students with an inside look at the operations of the library system while allowing them to earn money while they learn and prepare for their future.
February 24 05:01 AM
Karen La Beau welcomes you into her home gallery and studio at 424 Dalzell St., Shreveport. Guest artists include Marci Hicks, Lynn Laird, Sherry Tamburo, Tori Ladd and Christena Francis. Here you will find Louisiana coloring books, fiber art, acrylic paintings, handmade jewelry and crochet accessories and clothes.
February 24 05:01 AM
The live music schedule features an eclectic variety of rock, funk, blues and Americana bands from Shreveport and New Orleans. Easy Money kicks off the festivities at 11 a.m., with Professor Porkchop and the Dirty Dishes following at 1 p.m. Bayou Gypsy follows at 3 p.
February 17 12:32 AM
The Ark-La-Tex Ambassadors BBQ Cook-Off, also known as Grillin’ for Grads, is seeking adult teams as well as aspiring young cooks, ages 6-17, to take part in the fifth annual Grillin’ for Grads event planned for April 7-8 at Festival Plaza in downtown Shreveport.
February 17 12:32 AM
Airline High School gave an outstanding performance at the Louisiana State Wrestling Championship last weekend at the CenturyLink Center. The Airline team placed fifth in the state overall and was named the Top Public School in the state.
February 10 05:15 AM
Program topics include explorations of African-American history and traditions, celebrations of African- American cuisine and culture, examinations of current issues affecting the African-American community, and reflections of African-Americans in film.
February 10 05:15 AM
A Young Scholars publication, “Ms. Pearl Makes a Discovery” is a fun and exciting story featuring Ms. Pearl, a scientist, and her animal friends: Sean the Squirrel, Teddy the Turtle, Elle the Elephant, Alex the Alligator, and Max the Monkey.
February 03 05:38 AM
The workshop is divided into three distinct sections. Shreve Memorial genealogy librarian Reed Mathews begins the workshop with Session 1, “How to Begin Your African-American Family Research” at 9:30 a.m. He continues the discussion in Session 2, “Sources of Information for African- American Family Research” at 11 a.

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