Sports

Centenary announces return of football

Football is making its return to Centenary College, President Christopher L. Holman announced Wednesday, November 10, in a landmark moment for Centenary Athletics. “For more than 120 years, athletics has been an important part of the student experience at Centenary College,” said Holoman at a morning event at the College’s Mayo Field. “We haven’t played football here for quite some…
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Centenary hosts annual Veterans Day Tribute November 11

Centenary invites local veterans and community members to the College’s annual Veterans Day Tribute on Thursday, November 11. Veterans Day has been observed on this date in the United States for more than 100 years, with the first celebration occurring on November 11…
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Centenary celebrates first Black tenured faculty member

As Centenary looks toward the milestone of its bicentennial in 2025, the College is marking another important and historic event.Dr. Andia Augustin-Billy, associate professor of French and Francophone Studies, was awarded tenure in February 2021, making her the first…
Community

StageCenter announces Moana Jr production

StageCenter has announced performances of Disney’s Moana Jr at Marjorie Lyons Playhouse located on the campus of Centenary College of Louisiana. The performances will be Thursday, December 2 at 6pm, Friday, December 3 at 6pm, Saturday, December 4 at 2pm, and Sunday…
EntertainmentEvents

Mardi Gras Krewes to roll in Shreveport

Shreveport Mardi Gras is happening! Representatives from both Krewe of Gemini and Krewe of Centaur met with the City of Shreveport today and appear to have reached an agreement to keep the parades rolling in Shreveport. Representatives from Bossier were present for the…
Food & Drinks

Bodacious Bar & Q celebrates grand opening

South Shreveport has a new barbecue restaurant and bar! The restaurant serves up the same iconic food you’ve come to love from their Bossier location, but with a completely revamped atmosphere. As it’s name attest, this new location actually has a full service…
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LSUS to host first on-campus Pilot Preview Day since pandemic

LSU Shreveport will host its Pilot Preview Day on October 29 from 8 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. in the University Center on campus. The event will resume its in-person format after nearly two years of virtual production amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Pilot Preview Day is designed…
EventsFood & Drinks

Brown Sugar Soirée delivers flavor and fun

Shreveport-Bossier Black Restaurant Week kicked off its inaugural weeklong celebration with Brown Sugar Soirée at Fat Calf Brasserie. The evening began with mingling under the stars on the Fat Calf patio with music provided by the always amazing, Chaynler Joie. The event…
Entertainment

Steve's Snaketuary looks to change perception of snakes

I recently had an amazing opportunity to visit a unique, local business called Steve’s Snaketuary. Steve Kennedy, owner of Steve’s Snaketuary, hopes to change the perception of snakes through education. Much to his parents’ displeasure, Kennedy has been…
News

Is Phoenix Underground reopening?

Two words posted on the Phoenix Underground Facebook page last week put Shreveport-Bossier into a frenzy: “Guess What!!!!!” After local business owner, Tim Huck, made the post rumors began circulating that Phoenix Underground may be reopening at its previous…
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Intermittent road closures expected due to movie productions

Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office has announced several intermittent road closures to accommodate two local movie productions. The Man in the White Van and The Vanishings at Caddo Lake will be filming in parts of Southeast and North Caddo Parish throughout the weekend and…
CommunityNews

Local men, TV star team up to fight to end breast cancer

October marks National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and The American Cancer Society (ACS), the nation’s largest nonprofit source of cancer research funding, has teamed up with Ryan Serhant, CEO of real estate brokerage SERHANT, and Bravo TV’s Million Dollar Listing…