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Author says work is ‘tattered book for tattered life’ about brother’s life
Lynne Margulies Osgood’s tribute to her brother is larger than life, raw and emotional. “It’s a tattered book for my brother’s tattered life,” she said, referring to the large format interactive ar...
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National Talent will play at free concert
Cane River Creole National Historical Park will be hosting the Cane River Music Festival at Oakland Plantation Saturday, May 11. This event is free to the public. After four years of music and fun,...
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Dalai Lama will speak on compassion
To celebrate His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s historic visit to New Orleans May 16-18, the city is planning host to more than 60 events. The diverse line-up includes everything from a film series and ...
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Readers can buy autographed books; sample soulful flavors
Elvin L. Shields of Plantation Toys Folk Art will sign his new book entitled “Plantation Toys” Thursday, May 9 from 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. at Magnolia’s Diner located at 621 Bossier St. in Natchitoches....
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Resident and friends relive thrill of celebrity
Peggy and Billy Plunkett hosted a gathering at their home to watch the interview Peggy had with OWN’s “Oprah: Where are They Now?” April 28. She invited close friend and college roommate, Clois War...
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What’s Your Line?
Simple pleasures and special events can provide many happy moments, surprises and memories in our lives. Such has been the case for my husband and me throughout April. Traditionally a rainy month, ...
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Fear of the future does not control the future
I am not superstitious. I would say that I have certain unalterable customs. For instance, when I am watching an Alabama football game on television, I must wear one of my crimson tide t-shits. In ...
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Discussion will ponder issues of racism
The issue of racism will be explored at Lifetree Café Tuesday, May 7 at 7 p.m. Entitled “The Black and White Truth About Racism: Will We Ever Live in a Colorblind World?” features an exclusive inte...
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Diverse people, diverse place: uncovering agricultural pioneers
“The South is one fantastic human drama from the Civil War until now,” declares Cy Wong. Land marked with boundaries that appear solid, dictated by nation or skin color, is interwoven with fluidity...
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Woodmen Youth plant trees for firemen
The chapter of the Modern Woodmen Youth Service Club took advantage of the weather Saturday, April 7, a beautiful day for spring planting. They got together and planted a nice large Drake Elm tree ...
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