Directing a short film is something……let me tell ya what. That is the opening line to this article, written on May 4. Today is September 8 and it’s the first time I’ve touched it since then. When I opened the document and saw it, I tried to think back to what I must have been […]Read More Look with your special eyes!
“Picture it. Downtown Shreveport….1999….it was THE Y2k New Year’s Eve party of the century,” Beaux Hays, general manager of Parish Taceaux, continued, “The Artist Formerly Known As Prince was blaring out of every window in the old Ivan Smith building. We were doing what we were told to do: party! Since computers would no longer […]Read More Geaux Geaux! Parish Taceaux!
Look! What’s that? Up in the sky! Is it a bird! Is it a plane? No! It’s a rock flying towards your head, duck! Now that I have your attention, let me ask you a question. Do you remember 2015? Five years have flown by like Barry Allen when he’s looking for a place to […]Read More Geek’d Con Shreveport Celebrates Five Fun & Fabulous Years
“Elbows are bad!” Those are three words that I would personally use to describe The Hollow Decks 5th Anniversary show at Bear’s…yet they aren’t mine. Oh no, those words were actually spoken by vocalist/guitarist Benjamin Tynan – into a live mic, no less. To a crowd of rowdy adults acting like preschoolers. HELL YES! I […]Read More The Hollow Decks Celebrate Five Years ‘Fight Club’ Style
A few days ago someone asked me an unexpected question in reference to my website & my articles, “Do you write during the day or do you have a day job?” I laughed and said, “No…I wish! However I am a mom, a nanny, and a college student.” I went on to add that I […]Read More Maybe the Happiest Thing