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Grand marshall and night performer Foster will bring some ‘Southern Soul’ to the festival
“A guitar fell in my lap during my junior year of college and changed my life,” said Country music star and Louisiana native, Frank Foster. Foster will lead the Christmas Festival parade as this ye...
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Victor prints history: Feds took over paper
The Red River Campaign began in the spring of 1864, and the Federals occupied Natchitoches by May 31, 1864. At the time of the arrival of the Federal troops, a local newspaper, the Natchitoches Uni...
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State Park will start Santa visits, music, lights
Guests are invited to Rebel State Historic Site and the Louisiana Country Music Museum, during the month of December, to see over 75,000 Christmas lights and displays, hear the sounds of traditiona...
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‘Talking With’ drama explores personal lives
The Department of Creative and Performing Arts at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts will present “Talking With” at 7 p.m. Dec. 5-7 in the Blackbox located in the Center for Perfo...
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Actors sought for musical Christmas play
A group of singers and actors will present the Kelsie Parker original, “Changed by a Baby Boy,” at the Arts Center Dec. 13 at 6 p.m., Dec. 14 at 2 and 4 p.m., Dec. 20 at 6 p.m. and Dec. 21 at 2 and...
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The World is a Studio
Rust colored leaves scatter across the shady paths of college campus. Sunlight dapples the still, cerulean waters of Grand Ecore. Mary Louise Porter picks as her artistic focus the visual interplay...
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Feud over millions forms basis for southern legal thriller
I have read most of John Grisham’s novels and I believe “Sycamore Row” to be the best yet. I would call it a sequel to “A Time To Kill” except that it tells a deeper and more revealing story about ...
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What's Your Line
This is part two of the continuing saga of the "Courthouse without a Courtroom" and the trials and tribulations of the late Judge James w. Jones. It is said that, "life imitates history" and this a...
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Gala will serve up glitz, glamor, grand plie
Shreveport Metropolitan Ballet (SMB) will begin the celebration of its 40th anniversary with a “Ruby Gala” Friday, Dec. 6, transforming the lobby of the Riverview Theater into a gilded room for a l...
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‘Nutcracker’ performance promises magic, young talent
Ladies and gentlemen dancing at a grand party, children opening gifts and watching a puppet show . . . these scenes and more await you at The Nutcracker Ballet presented by the Red River Dance Thea...
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