Farmers from a certified-organic commercial farm in Alexandria will give answers Saturday to the most frequently asked questions they get from customers. The 4,000-acre Inglewood Plantation is holding workshops throughout the day that will help people learn about how to raise backyard chickens and build raised beds, among other topics. The 2,000-acre Inglewood Farm is all organic, and operating manager Lee Weeks gets lots of questions about how they do things on the farm.
The proof is in the pudding -- or in this case Gary's study -- it's not always easy to recall every book you've read.
Even consummate bibliophiles make occasional mistakes about the books they've read, and can't recall reading. But commentator Gary Borders finds that rereading a book by a favorite author is OK every now and again.
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.
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.
PACE political director Adrienne Critcher and Frances Kelley will urge Rep. Alan Seabaugh (R-Shreveport) to amend his bill that they say unfairly targets LGBT workers.
Supporters of gay rights initiatives will gather at the downtown Shreveport office of Rep. Alan Seabaugh today to urge the state lawmaker to amend a bill that they say unfairly excludes lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender workers. According to Seabaugh, the bill is intended to reduce the number of frivolous lawsuits clogging the courts. Seabaugh told WRKF that small business owners spend considerable time and money defending themselves in discrimination suits. The bill, he said, doesn't involve the LGBT community.