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7:00pm

Thu May 2, 2013
Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me! - Cinecast

People tell us that Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me often has them rolling in the aisles… well, we’re going to get you actual aisles to roll in.  Join us for a live cinecast of Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me, on Thursday, May 2nd at 7 p.m. It’s Peter and Carl on the big screen, with Paula Poundstone, Tom Bodett, Mo Rocca and surprise celebrity guests. All that, and popcorn too. Don’t miss it. 

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10:08am

Thu April 25, 2013
Arts

Festival showcases Shreveport's Indian community

ASEANA Foundation board members Dr. Mary Grace De Joya-Vea, Shobha Reddy and Lumen Tindell have worked for seven years to keep up the Asian Gardens in downtown Shreveport.
Credit Kate Archer Kent

The culture of India will take center stage on Saturday, April 27, for the ASEANA Foundation’s Spring Festival. In its sixth year, the festival draws hundreds of people to downtown Shreveport. The event will highlight traditional Indian cuisine and folk dances. ASEANA Foundation board president Lumen Tindell said a group of volunteers took a once abandoned garden and turned it into a treasured inner city green space, this year influenced by the Asian subcontinent.

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11:46am

Fri April 19, 2013
Arts

Centenary student plans maker's faire, denounces bullying

Centenary College sophomore Sara Whittington is bringing awareness to bullying in connection with sexual orientation and gender identity.
Credit Kate Archer Kent

A Centenary College student has organized a maker's faire Saturday in recognition of National Day of Silence. The student-led event denounces bullying in connection with sexual orientation or gender identity. Sara Whittington, a sociology major from Pineville, La., wanted to organize a creative outlet to mark the day. Whittington said 23 vendors will sell their handmade goods.

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8:37am

Wed April 17, 2013
Arts

Jefferson, Texas, history tour benefits old city cemetery

Jefferson schools superintendent Sharon Ross plays a freed slave in Jefferson's annual Twilight Cemetery Stroll. Hundreds of people are expected to turn out for the event.
Credit Riverport Ambassadors

Historical figures who lived in Jefferson, Texas, during the Civil War era will come to life during an annual walking tour of the city’s Old Oakwood Cemetery on Saturday. The Twilight Cemetery Stroll features community actors dressed in period costume. Surrounded by Victorian monuments and fading tombstones, they act out the lives of six notable townspeople. Jefferson schools superintendent Sharon Ross plays a freed slave.

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10:27am

Mon April 8, 2013
Arts

Barbershop Harmony Week proclaimed in Shreveport and Bossier City

The mayors of Shreveport and Bossier City have proclaimed April 7 - 13 Barbershop Harmony Week. It coincides with the 75th anniversary of the Barbershop Harmony Society. Bossier City Mayor Lo Walker presented the proclamation to the River Cities Jubilee Barbershop Chorus on Sunday. The northwest Louisiana chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society was formed more than 60 years ago.

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