It’s a hot summer in Shreveport with so much going on and more to look forward to.
From kitty ambushes to festivals you’re looking forward to and celebration of Shreveport’s first official Pride Month, here’s what you may have missed this week.
A resident of Northeast Louisiana was heading home when he noticed a stray kitten on the road. His viral video of him picking up a kitten and being ambushed by twelve other people made headlines this week, and we’ve got the news.
This Sunday is Father’s Day, and if you want to invite your dad over for steak dinner, there are plenty of great options in Shreveport.
Art in the city center
The Quilted Kiosk Sculpture, located on Texas Street in downtown Shreveport, is officially being renovated and the Shreveport Regional Arts Council needs the community’s help for this special renovation.
Summer means festivals throughout the season, the Bossier Arts Council held their annual ARTini festival last weekend and you can check out the photos and find out who won the signature martini competition here.
If you’re more into gardens than martinis, then you won’t want to miss the annual Gilliam Sunflower Festival.
Brie Silva is best known in Shreveport as ZaZa Gigante, the current USofA 2022 Louisiana Diva, but who is Bree?
Meredith G. White is an arts and culture reporter for the Shreveport Times. You can find her on Facebook as Meredith G. White, on Instagram and Twitter like @meredithgwhite and email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.