A special pre-sale will be held from 9 a.m. to noon for Friends members only. Not a member? You can join right then and there for a mere $5 annual fee and do some shopping before the general public is admitted at no charge at noon. Admission on Sunday is also free.
“It’s always been in the back of my mind, you know, like, one of these days I’m going to try and go on one of those shows and see how far I can get. So back in February, I just woke up one day and said, you know, I’m going to go ahead and do it.” Vosbury went to the open auditions, and “the rest is history, I guess,” he said.
“The thing that makes it special is the fact that we are benefitting LLS (Leukemia and Lymphoma Society). We will be holding a dedication to victims and survivors. We’re also doing a dedication to one lady who has passed away from lymphoma, and her husband, who does a tremendous amount of work for LLS, will be at the run.
Chances are as you were growing up, you read comic books. Whether it was a superhero like Batman or Spider-Man, an anti-hero like Swamp Thing or just the funny stories of Archie and Jughead, there was something captivating about seeing these colorful characters in action on the printed page.
Kate Davis, owner of Camp Joy Marina on Lake Bistineau, said her business is in jeopardy because of the giant salvinia problem, and she is wondering why a solution seems so elusive. The salvinia and the lake drawdown to battle the plant have gotten so bad that business at the marina has dropped off considerably.
The car wash at the Time-It Lube located at the corner of E. 70th Street and Fern Loop will be converted into the “Tunnel of Terror” on the next two Saturdays, Oct. 19 and 26, from 8-11 p.m. For one price, you can have your car cleaned and the wits scared out of you at the same time.
Karen Kent holds a box containing the ashes of her beloved pet dog, Blue, as she speaks before the Caddo Parish Commission Monday. The commission has agreed to establish a committee to look into making necessary improvements to the Caddo Animal Control.
“We make laws that effect change close to home. These taxes and elections mean more to the local people than any sort of national vote does. It’s definitely important, more important for people to vote in the smaller local elections than it is for them to vote in the larger elections.