We have officially landed in the home stretch of January, Shreveport! With so many exciting things coming in the month ahead with Mardi Gras season in full swing and lots of fun to be had with announcements of concerts, art and food.
Mardi Gras in full swing
Several parades and bals have taken place over the last couple of weeks and in case you weren’t able to make those, you can catch up on what you missed with our roundup! So you don’t continue to miss out on all the fun, check out when the next parades are scheduled.
Bob Dylan announced this week that his “Rough and Rowdy Ways” tour will be making a stop in Shreveport at the Municipal Auditorium in March.
The Robinson Film Center announced in December that their executive director, Meghan Hochstetler Avallone would be leaving, now they’ve appointed Richard Hansil as the interim executive director.
Artspace announced the 10 year anniversary of their Critical MASS exhibition to take place on Feb. 4. Come check out the visual, literary and performing artists from Northwest Louisiana showcase their craft.
Film Prize announced the return of their $50K grand prize for competing filmmakers four its eleventh season.
This weeks Food Finds found a hidden gem in Sweet Cheezus. This specialty store began with COVID friendly charcuterie boards before expanding to lunch and breakfast options.
Be on the lookout for The 318, our round-up of the week’s top headlines Sunday night.
Also, check out Business in the 318, our weekly roundup of all things business in the area.
Meredith G. White is the arts and culture reporter for the Shreveport Times. You can find her on Facebook as Meredith G. White, on Instagram and Twitter as @meredithgwhite, and email her at [email protected].
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