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Eat Local talks will culminate in free, fun Foodapalooza
Farm tours, local-food lunches, nationally known speakers and skill-building workshops will all be part of Central Louisiana Foodapalooza Friday, April 26 in Alexandria from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Part of t...
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Volunteers learn defense and more
“I can’t show you in three hours how to kick someone’s butt,” says Sgt. Jesse Taitano, strolling among the volunteers of the Women’s Resource Center (WRC), but he can certainly try. Taitano’s impos...
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Gallery’s rotation of work gets creativity flowing
One unique feature of the Natchitoches Art Gallery is that every member artist is allowed to hang work every day, with the exception of about a month allocated to the annual juried competition. Ano...
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What's Your Line
After spending lots of time on his paternal line, my husband and I decided to research his maternal line. A family tree we found posted online traced one of his ancestors to a Dorothy Carter, born ...
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Dancer uses ‘Revelations’ to prepare for lauded internship
Northwestern State University’s Theatre and Dance program will showcase its faculty and students in a performance of  “Revelations of Dance,” April 19-20 in the A.A. Fredericks Auditorium. Show tim...
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Gallery will display graphics, photos exhibit
Northwestern State University’s Department of Fine + Graphic Art will host two exhibition openings this week at the Orville Hanchey Gallery. “Aibohphobia,” a graphic communications group exhibition...
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Author regales, reveals with history of Service League
Magnolia-scented breezes tickle the branches of centuries-old live oaks, reminding those strolling the springtime streets of Natchitoches that this weather is perfect for reading outside. “Follow Y...
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Lions prepare for a colorful Carnival
The Carnival area of the Lions Camp (LC) has been completely repainted thanks to Karen Ford, Jessica Ford, Tina Ragan, Morgan Lasyone and Cathy Wagoner. Anna Dieter was not able to join the group t...
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Long distance motorcycle rider goes on hunger strike in protest of drone bills
IronBoltBruce, a human rights and civil liberties activist, is on a mission for change. “I’ve lost 23 pounds and some of my strength but none of my resolve to see AUMF 2001 repealed and my grandchi...
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St. Denis Art League Spring Festival selects King and Queen
Steve Armster McCain Sr. will reign as the forty fifth King of the St. Denis Art League Spring Festival. He, his queen and the Spring Festival Court will be presented at this year’s ball to be held...
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