Nearly 200 preserved body parts and full body specimens are on display in the Bodies Revealed exhibit opening at Sci-Port: Louisiana's Science Center in Shreveport. It runs through May 21.
The Shreveport Regional Arts Council will host a symposium on public art in transportation, featuring urban design experts from New York, Seattle and elsewhere.
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."
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.
Lufkin's deputy city manager says the Pines Theater renovation will be completed near the end of the year, at a cost of $1.7 million. The city purchased the 1920s-era building in 2007.