Bill Beckett

Airs Friday, November 12, at 11 a.m. That was American artist Steve Kurtz along with Dr. Lisa J. Nicoletti, co-director of the Meadows Museum of Art who joined me in our Noel Foundation Studios to discuss "Acceptable Losses," and exhibit at the Meadows. This exhibition examines which forms of human sacrifice are acceptable within U.S. society and which are not and questions what informs public policy governing our country's responses to death. This exhibit is now on display until January 22, 2017 and this evening at 7 p.m.

Bill Beckett spoke with Cathie Dodson, from the Mission Marketplace, who joined me in our Noel Foundation Studios to share with us about this year’s Mission Marketplace with preview shopping tonight from 7:00-8:30 and the full market opens Tomorrow, Saturday, November 5, at 10 a.m. and will run until 2 p.m. at the Broadmoor Methodist Church located at Youree Drive and Albany in Shreveport. For more information you can call Cathie Dodson at 318-834-3314 or email Cathie at dodsons3@aol.com.

Press Image / River City Repertoire Theater

 

Press Image / Logjam Stage Company

Airs Wednesday, October 26, at 12 noon. Bill Beckett spoke with John Daniel and Mary Beth Tucker, both from the Logjam Stage Company, about their Spooky Speakeasy which takes place this Saturday Night, October 29, at 6 pm, at Flying Heart Brewing located at 700 Barksdale Blvd in Bossier City. The night is a fund raiser for the new theater company. For detail call 318-617-9871. That’s 318-617-9871.

Press Image / Roy Book Binder

Airs Friday, October 21. at 9 p.m. This week on the Caravan we'll start out moody and end up bluesy with tracks from the Rolling Stones, Warren Wilken, Buddy Flett, Daniel Lanois, The Amboy Dukes and a touch of the Allman Brothers as well. Then in our concert hour, blues man and Reverend Gary Davis protégé Roy Bookbinder takes the stage at the Fur Peace Ranch and this week in our final hour we look for secret poets.

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