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April 24 02:58 AM
The Southern Hills Music in the Park Festival will be held, 12-4 p.m., Saturday, April 25 at Southern Hills Park in Shreveport. The free, family-friendly event will feature live music by Robin and The Mystics as well as Stiff Necked Fools.
April 24 02:58 AM
At this year’s competition, over 260 middle and high school students with over 150 projects in 18 different categories competed throughout the day for prizes, as well as a chance to advance their work and represent Louisiana at the National Contest in Washington D.
April 17 02:38 AM
The 6,000 national motorcycle tour, led by Dr. E. Bruce Heilman, chancellor of the University of Richmond, Va., will make a stop in Shreveport on Monday, April 27, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the American Legion’s Lowe- McFarlane Post Number 14, located at 5315 South Lakeshore Drive in Shreveport.
April 17 02:38 AM
The event is an invitation to Wounded Warriors from the Monroe and Alexandria areas for participation in the fishing tournament; seven Wounded Warriors will participate. Children and other adults may fish from the piers but are not eligible to participate in the tournament.
April 17 02:38 AM
Members preview sale will start at 9:00 a.m. You may become a member at the door. Annual membership dues are $5.00. The public sale starts at 12:00 noon. The sale continues on Sunday from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m..
April 17 02:38 AM
Why is Navy Week so important? Gary Ross, Navy Week lead planner, said, “We first started these in 2005, and we found that it’s not just enough to see ships on TV. We knew that it was important for the people across the United States to know more about the Navy than just what they see.
April 10 04:58 AM
“The Wrecking Crew” looks back at the studio musicians, including local bassist Joe Osborn, who played on a generation of hits from “California Girls” to Viva Las Vegas.” The film’s opening weekend will be at 7:30 p.m. April 17 and 18. Tickets are $9.50 and $7.
April 10 04:58 AM
“We were absolutely delighted to learn that (Holiday in Dixie is) very willing to make it one big parade, and the Doo-Dah will return as part of the one big parade — not two parades as there used to be in the olden days,” said Pam Atchison, executive director of the Shreveport Regional Arts Council (SRAC).
April 10 04:58 AM
“Rags is a culturally charged piece, since it is about immigrants coming into the United States,” said Jordan Fell ’15 who plays Rachel, an older widow looking for her last chance to find a man with whom to share her declining years. “We have collectively had to research and incorporate Russian Jewish customs into the play.

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