The new year will bring lots of exciting changes to downtown Shreveport. That's the word from Downtown Development Authority Director Liz Swaine, who tells KEEL News the UNSCENE! features in Shreveport Common will be back in 2014.
Shreveport-Bossier locals will be moaning "Braaaaaains!" this week when the Zombie Apocalypse takes over the Third Thursday Trolley Tour. Shreveport's Downtown Development Authority is teaming up with Artspace for a downtown stagger and shamble that will paint the town red on Thursday, Oct. 17.
...that's the question proposed by the Downtown Development Authority, which has released a list of the top nine reasons. And YOU get to choose the number one thing! Here are the top nine: 2) the Unwind Downtown Pub and Culture Crawl 3) the James Burton Foundation 4) the McNeill Street Pumping Station Waterworks Museum and its associated music festival 5) painted advertisements on the sides
It's now legal for singers, magicians, musicians and other performance artists to set up on the downtown Shreveport streets. An ordinance authored by District B City Councilman Jeff Everson and recently approved by the council made it possible...
Sunshine, blue skies and mild temps will mark the second of six Metro PCS Lunch on the Lawn concerts this Friday, October 21. Live music by The Matthew Davidson Band will kick off at 11:45 am and go until 1 pm.