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What's Your Line?
Though one son of Tom Lambert was spared from World War II to live on, another was not so fortunate. Born in 1912, George Solom Lambert was a graduate of Robeline High School. He enlisted in the Na...
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Justin Merritt Band to perform at Jazz Fest
A southern band serving up meaningful lyrics with a “red dirt” Texas country sound, the Justin Merritt Band will perform at the Jazz and R&B Festival Saturday, April 5. The term “red dirt” describe...
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LSMSA students participate in Arts Gala
Members of the Department of Creative and Performing Arts faculty at LSMSA are busy preparing their students to participate in the annual Arts Gala Tuesday, April 1 at 7 p.m., in the Manship Theatr...
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Rebel loves bluegrass music
Rebel State Historic Site’s Bluegrass Wingding on Saturday, March 29, will be a day for bluegrass musicians and music lovers. Jamming will begin at 1 p.m. and continue through the day, with audienc...
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Musicians jazzed about playing at Festival
Tickled to be able to perform at Jazz Fest it’s the first time for Just Jazz with their current lineup. “Getting to play there is extra special,” said Bill Connerly. The band will perform Saturday,...
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Band enjoys having fun with crowd
Passed down through the generations this band comes with a warning. Extreme Caution started with a group of guys out to play awesome music. Years later the second generation of musicians is steppin...
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Garden Tour draws visitors from far and wide for event
The Tri-Centennial Garden Tour, sponsored by the Natchitoches Historic Foundation and the Association for the Preservation of Historic Natchitoches, delighted visitors and with an array of gardens ...
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Sophia Scruggs shares her wisdom
“Be faithful to God and yourself.” This is the wisdom of Sophia “Chris” Scruggs, who celebrated her 90th birthday with family and friends Saturday, March 15. Born Sophia Chrysafides, she is the chi...
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Fresh faces pay tribute to the legendary Natchitoches women of ‘Steel Magnolias’
Walking in the shoes of a legendary cast, six NSU students will portray the women from the play “Steel Magnolias.” The play, written by NSU alum Robert Harling present Wednesday, April 2, Saturday,...
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Sabine River Brass Band will debut at Jazz Fest
While it might be considered a "dirty word" in Texas, jazz is part of the backbone of Louisiana's heritage. Jason Carriger, leader and drummer for the Sabine River Brass Band considers their music ...
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