Gary Borders enjoys the passing seasons from the view in his study.
Credit Gary Borders
It's one of life's pleasures: watching a rainstorm from a warm, comfortable room at home -- and not feeling any looming deadlines. Commentator Gary Borders experienced one of those days recently, perched in his Longview study.
Aired Thursday, May 9 at 6 p.m. Listen again to Health Matters as Kermit Poling welcomes Katie Garcia, Clinical Director of the Center for Families in Shreveport. They discussed anxiety disorders and increased anxiety in a changing world.
Bill Beckett talks with Blayne Weaver, Partick Kirtonand Jason Guy, the three cast members featured in the new production by the River City Repertory Theatre of "ART,' a play by Yasmina Reza, which opens tonight at 7:30 at the East Bank Theatre in Bossier City. For show times and ticket information visit the River City Repertory Theatre or call 318-868-5888.
The Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities has added a new feature to its expanding digital encyclopedia of Louisiana history and culture -- KnowLA. The LEH is distributing downloadable QR codes to museums statewide. The barcode can be printed and mounted alongside artwork. By scanning it with a smartphone, it takes the viewer from the static piece of art into the rich, interconnected encyclopedia entry. LEH president Michael Sartisky said there are 276 artist entries in KnowLA -- all of them with QR codes – from folk artist Clementine Hunter to Shreveport illustrator Bill Joyce.