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Leaders battle litter
Leaders throughout Natchitoches are joining Keep Natchitoches Beautiful to participate in the inaugural “Leaders Against Litter” event Friday, April 11. The state selected to host this statewide “l...
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Student fashionistas work the runway
By Amanda Franko-Tobin “It’s a fun story,” Jake Revolt cocks an eyebrow as he describes how he and a group of friends attended Fashion Week in New Orleans. It was early morning in a bar in a city t...
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For the love of Jeepsters: passion for antique cars brings enthusiasts together
By Corey Poole Driving cross-country, a motorcade of whitewalls passes through small towns and country miles, wind in their wheels as they travel along two-lane roadways. Not just a matter of stepp...
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Wind performances at NSU
The Northwestern State University Wind Symphony and Wind Ensemble will perform Wednesday, April 9 at 7:30 p.m. in Magale Recital Hall. Admission is free and open to the public. Jeff Mathews and Ste...
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What's Your Line?
Tom Lambert’s third wife, Addie, was younger than all four of his oldest children. His first-born, Joe, went to work in the oil fields of south Louisiana upon his return from World War I. He eventu...
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Steel Magnolias performance brings beloved characters to life
By Corey Poole Known as “the funniest play to ever make you cry,” Steel Magnolias lives up to its reputation. I recently had the pleasure of seeing a group of NSU students, directed by Dr. Vicki Pa...
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Choir performs
The Northwestern State University Trombone Choir will perform Sunday, April 6, at 3 p.m. in Magale Recital Hall. Admission is free and open to the public. Dr. J. Mark Thompson is the conductor. The...
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Martinez and the Delta Kings ready to perform
From singing solos in the church choir to touring throughout the U.S. and overseas, Greg Matrinez’s powerhouse voice delivers a soulful sound. Performing with his band the Delta Kings at the Jazz a...
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Music is air for country singer/songwriter
Experiencing butterflies in her stomach at her first performance, Lainey Wilson always dreamed of singing. Writing her first song at age nine she began playing guitar at 11. Drawing inspiration fro...
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L.A. Roxx brings glam rock to Jazz Fest
Hailing from the days of big hair, spandex and larger than life personalities L.A. Roxx belts out high-energy glam rock from the 80s. Playing at the Jazz and R&B Festival Saturday, April 5 the band...
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