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Steel Magnolias performance brings back memories
By Corey Poole Filmed in the oldest town in the Louisiana Purchase, Steel Magnolias breathed life into the story of a group of women brought together by friendship, overcoming tragedy. Natives were...
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St. Denis Art League names royalty for Spring Festival Court
Mark Kerlin Sutton will reign as the 46th King of the St. Denis Art League Spring Festival Court at its 46th presentation and ball Saturday, April 26 in the Sylvan Friedman Student Union Ballroom o...
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Students prep for play
Students from the Department of Creative and Performing Arts at LSMSA will participate in tech week in preparation of their production of “Romeo and Juliet.” The production will be held at 7 p.m. n...
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Fort to display traditional cooking techniques
By Corey Poole Fort St. Jean Baptiste offers visitors a chance to experience a cochon de lait, a gathering at which a suckling pig is roasted. F.J. Delphin, a native to the Cane River area will bri...
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Astral Project comes to NSU
Astral Project will perform with the Northwestern State University Jazz Orchestra Friday, April 11 at 7:30 p.m. in Magale Recital Hall. Admission is free and open to the public. The performance by ...
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NSU Jazz Orchestra celebrates with music
The Northwestern State University Jazz Orchestra will present a Tricentennial Celebration of the City of Natchitoches Saturday, April 12 at 1 p.m. in Magale Recital Hall. Admission is free and the ...
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What's Your Line?
Tom Lambert’s third wife, Addie, was younger than all four of his oldest children. His first-born, Joe, went to work in the oil fields of south Louisiana upon his return from World War I. He eventu...
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Steel Magnolias performance brings beloved characters to life
By Corey Poole Known as “the funniest play to ever make you cry,” Steel Magnolias lives up to its reputation. I recently had the pleasure of seeing a group of NSU students, directed by Dr. Vicki Pa...
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For the love of Jeepsters: passion for antique cars brings enthusiasts together
By Corey Poole Driving cross-country, a motorcade of whitewalls passes through small towns and country miles, wind in their wheels as they travel along two-lane roadways. Not just a matter of stepp...
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Wind performances at NSU
The Northwestern State University Wind Symphony and Wind Ensemble will perform Wednesday, April 9 at 7:30 p.m. in Magale Recital Hall. Admission is free and open to the public. Jeff Mathews and Ste...
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