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April 28 12:00 AM
The Shreveport Aquarium won’t open its doors to the public until later this summer, but on Monday several city officials and others got a “sneak peek” at the facility, which will take over the former R.W. Norton Garden and Art Center on the downtown riverfront.
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April 21 12:00 AM
The incineration of the M6 propellant at Camp Minden has finally been completed. The burn chamber, which successfully performed its task of safely disposing of the improperly stored explosives, will remain on site for a few months more in order to clean up the area and restore the site to its original condition.
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April 21 12:00 AM
“People can afford to fail at a lot of things, but nobody wants to fail when it comes to family,” he said. “At the end of the day, those are the people that matter most. You look at a family and raising children, marriage is really the foundation of that family.
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April 14 12:00 AM
Alpha Media Shreveport has teamed up with the town of Benton to sponsor Pawchella for dogs and their owners. “Basically, it’s a bring your dog out to the park, which is where the Benton Farmers’ Market is,” Robinson said. “It’s just a fun, free day for dog owners to bring their dogs out.
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April 14 12:00 AM
April has been a supremely busy month for the Shreveport Regional Arts Council (SRAC), beginning with the April Culture Crush, a steady stream of art-related activities and events from giant murals in Shreveport Common to visits with area artists in their studios.
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April 07 12:00 AM
Bates, who was born and raised in nearby Homer, La., will autograph copies of his book, “Making Your Brain Hum: 12 Weeks to a Smarter You,” from 2-4 p.m. Saturday, April 22, at Barnes & Noble Booksellers at 6646 Youree Drive.

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