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1:01pm

Tue November 27, 2012
Commentary

History Matters: On the source of cotton

Commentator Gary Joiner explores the history of cotton production and its connection to Louisiana.

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9:58am

Tue November 27, 2012
Business

CoHabitat poised to relocate to Shreveport's Red River District

CoHabitat Foundation aims to remodel a former restaurant location in Shreveport's Red River District.
Credit CoHabitat Foundation

A co-working nonprofit organization in downtown Shreveport has received a $50,000 grant to help it relocate and become a permanent option for small business owners who wish to work in a shared space. CoHabitat Foundation executive director John Grindley said his lease is up in March 2013. He’s working to close a deal with the city to move CoHab and its 50 member businesses into a defunct restaurant in the Red River District.

“We need to work somewhere downtown that doesn’t force us to raise our member rates,” Grindley said. “We’re looking for a permanent home now.”

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7:35am

Fri November 23, 2012
Commentary

McDonald: On birthday blessings

The late commentator Archie McDonald would have turned 77 on Nov. 29. In this retrospective of commentaries, now is the time to listen to Dr. McDonald count his blessings, as he gently urges listeners to do the same. Dr Archie McDonald passed away on Aug. 16. Over the past quarter, Red River Radio has aired a sampling of some of his most memorable commentaries. He contributed to Red River Radio's Friday morning lineup for more than a decade.

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7:35am

Thu November 22, 2012
Commentary

What Was I Thinking for November 22, 2012

Commentator Brian O'Nuanain "wanders with she who must be obeyed" into the viper den of salesmen.

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9:27am

Wed November 21, 2012
Local

SFA alums to tell Texas stories in PBS series

Husband and wife videographers based in Fort Worth, Carl and Betsy Crum, are producing a documentary series for Texas PBS stations. “One Square Mile: Texas" will focus on nine miles in Texas to reveal the state's diversity of people and landscapes through first-person stories. Betsy Crum said they’ll traverse the Lone Star State to uncover the stories for the first five episodes in the TV series.

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