Mother Nature sent some rain to Shreveport-Bossier this weekend, but that didn't stop us from turning Festival Plaza into the place to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. We said Patty in the Plaza would go down rain or shine, and it did. When did a little rain stop Shreveport from having fun?
On Saturday, Oct. 19 we turned a ballroom at Shreveport's Sam's Town Casino into a throwback haven. The Pimp & Ho Ball was full of people wearing wild costumes (Duck Dynasty pimp!) and getting down to local Beastie Boys tribute band Rhymin and Stealin.
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The green beer has been drunk. The outrageous Irish hats stowed in closets. The green clothes are in with the laundry. In other words, our first St. Patrick's Day party, Patty in the Plaza, is over! It was the closest you could come to kissing the Blarney Stone in Shreveport and it was a blast.
Check out some great pictures we captured of a day full 'o great music, food, family fun and -- of course -- drinking!
The question "Where were you when the planes hit?" has become synonymous with the World Trade Center attack on September 11, 2001. It's a way to share stories from that fateful day. It's how we comfort each other in the days, months and years since the tragic event. It's how we remember.
The staff at Townsquare Media Shreveport remember those innocent people who lost their lives on 9/11 the best way we know: by sharing our personal memories.
DC Comics has been the butt of a lot of jokes and criticism about sexist depictions of female characters and the company's lack of female creators. But recently DC has been making strides towards employing more women in creative roles and publishing more progressive, women-centric books like Gotham Academy, the new Batgirl and the Wonder Woman anthology Sensation Comics that seem to have a lot to offer women readers. It’s disappointing, then, to see a rash of new licensed DC apparel aimed at women with sexist slogans like “Training to be Batman’s wife.” This kind of clothing does not send women the message that they are welcome within the DC Universe as anything but prizes to be won.
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