“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!
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
As I am enjoying my break from college, I have also been catching up on my movie watching. Some of my favorite movies are small, low-budget films that take a lot of heart instead of a lot of Hollywood (aka money). These kinds of movies are known as independent, or “indie” films. In 2014, I […]Read More The Paranormals & Louisiana Film Prize 2016
Coming up on May 2, 2015, I will be participating in the The Color Run Shine! Tour. I’ve watched this annual event grow in Shreveport over the years, and now that I am a budding running enthusiast, I think it is time to have some fun with it! The Color Run, also known as the […]Read More The Color Run Shine! Tour 2015
Check out my article over on 20×49, featuring local artist & entrepreneur Jeremy Johnson & read about his original line of artwork & apparel, Pelican Parish Supply Co. http://20×49.shreveport-bossier.org/index.php/2015/04/13/a-bayou-state-of-mind-pelican-parish-supply-coRead More Bayou State of Mind: Pelican Parish Supply Co.