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7:35am

Thu January 26, 2012
Commentary

What Was I Thinking with Brian O'Nuanain 1/26/2012

Commentator Brian O'Nuanain ponders the possibilities of becoming a Supreme Court Justice.

9:36am

Wed January 25, 2012
Arts

Public art experts to give Shreveport a how-to

Shreveport Regional Arts Council executive director Pam Atchison hopes the art in transportation symposium leads to a public arts ordinance for Shreveport.

The Shreveport Regional Arts Council will host a symposium on public art in transportation, featuring urban design experts from New York, Seattle and elsewhere.

9:28am

Wed January 25, 2012
Arts

Moonbot gets Oscar nod

A Shreveport digital animation studio gets an Academy Award nomination for its short film. Louisiana's film office head says it shows a film can be made in Louisiana "from soup to nuts."

3:44pm

Tue January 24, 2012
Local

Nacogdoches embraces new refugee residents

Ker Paw Nah, 27, is a supervisor at Pilgrim's Pride. He met his wife, Paw Mu Nar in a refugee camp. Their son, Hai Ler Nah, just turned one. They are pictured at their church Fredonia Hill Baptist in Nacogdoches.

While some states crack down on illegal immigration, Kate Archer Kent reports on how Nacogdoches rolled out the welcome mat for hundreds of foreigners, as heard on All Things Considered.

 Link to full story.

8:40am

Tue January 24, 2012
Arts

Wiley College debaters remake history

Wiley College debate captain Kary Chavis of Lake Charles, La., stands next to his coach, Chris Medina, and fellow debater Chad Mossman of Houston.
Wiley College

Wiley College will host University of Southern California in an exhibition debate, 77 years after the two teams sparred in a segregated America with Wiley pulling out a victory. 

The debate is Jan. 27, at 7 p.m., at Wiley's Julius S. Scott Sr. Chapel.

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