Mother’s Day has passed and graduates across town are throwing their hats in the air as summer begins to arrive in Shreveport.
With better weather already here, we’re starting to see more events popping up around town like the annual Derby Day, and there are plenty of great restaurants with patios to enjoy all summer long.
If you are looking for a place to enjoy a drink outside or are planning to dine in the summer breeze, I’ve rounded up several restaurants around the city that have great patios to enjoy.
Ducks, horses and mermaids in Shreveport
Although it’s no secret that the “Duck Dynasty” clan is from Monroe, what L.A. may not know is that there was a movie filmed in Shreveport that had direct connections to its patriarch.
It’s been two years since Derby Day Shreveport celebrated with its festive hats and signature mint juleps. I have seen the return of the community enjoying live music, games and food to celebrate.
If you are looking for a unique event to spend your Friday the 13th, you may want to head to the Phoenix Nightclub to watch a thriller about a mermaid made in Shreveport.
The Louisiana Legislative Committee has introduced a bill that would make abortion a crime of murder and change the law’s definition of when “life” begins from implantation to fertilization. Will this make Plan B or some form of birth control illegal? We spoke to a doctor at LSU Health Shreveport about this.
The defamation trial of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard sparked an important conversation about who can be affected by intimate partner violence. We take a closer look at male victims of domestic violence cases.
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The LSU Health COVID Strike team was honored at the 28th Annual Red Mass in Shreveport.
Braxton is a Shreveport boy battling sickle cell anemia and here’s how the community is coming forward to help.
Take a look at our first round of graduation photos with Benton High School and Bossier High School.
Be on the lookout for The 318, our summary of the week’s top headlines on Sunday night.
Also check out Business at 318, our weekly report on all things business in the area.
Meredith J. White is the arts and culture reporter for the Shreveport Times. You can find her on Facebook as Meredith G. White, on Instagram and Twitter asmeredithgwhite, and email it to [email protected]