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Thursday, April 6th, 2006
2:27 pm
|!| Driving for Life |!|


    I'm posting here because there is a Great Dane that really needs your help this weekend.  Anna's owner was being supported financially entirely by her husband, until he died suddenly and unexpectedly.  It was then that she turned to rescue as she realized she could not even afford to feed herself let alone the animals that had come to live with her.  A wonderful rescue in South Carolina has agreed to take Anna in, but we have to get her there.  She is already underweight and being fed half rations - we want to get her to a place where she can be fed regularly as soon as possible.  On her way to rescue she will be traveling through Shreveport and Monroe, LA!

More details here:
(Please feel free to comment here or there with any questions you may have)
(Please cross post)

    Please take a look at the link above and see if you can help.  All it takes is a couple hours out of your day and some gas to drive from one city to the next.

Thank you
- Saigh


Current Mood: drained
Wednesday, April 5th, 2006
3:36 pm
Better Than Ezra in Shreveport
It's been a while since anyone has used this community, but I thought you guys might want to know about something very exciting coming to the area:

Better Than Ezra and The Terms are playing at Centenary's Gold Dome on Friday, April 21 at 7:00. Tickets are only $10 for students and $15 for non-students. So, come support an awesome Louisiana band and have some fun on a Friday night.

More info here.

Buy tickets here.
Thursday, September 29th, 2005
2:10 pm
Last minute...
Parts & Labor (Experimental/Indie Rock from Baltimore)
Lil' Joe's Tavern, Kings Highway across from Centenary College...

Thursday Sept. 29

W/ Ghost Town Flood (formerly Mars Vegas)


*** Oct. 5- minicine? will host The Devil Music Ensemble
to perform an original and live sound score to the 1922 classic Nosferatu...

Sunday, September 4th, 2005
10:21 am
Katrina Relief

Sunday Sept. 4th 11AM - Midnight
516 Soundstage @ 516 Texas St. - Downtown

A total day of music, art, and activities to raise funds for the Katrina Relief effort...
Bring: clothes, canned goods, TOILETRIES, feminine products, TOILET PAPER, etc. etc. Listen to music, buy donated art, spend $$$ that will be 100% directed to Katrina Relief.... All ages, all welcome....

ALL proceeds will go to non-profit relief organizations and local shelters...

Overview of Music Talent....

11 am - Heather Romero
12 pm - Artscool
1 pm - Kelcy Mae
2 pm - Amelia Blake
3 pm - the Conly's Irish Band
4 pm - Scary G
5 pm - the Infinite Division
6 pm - Jr. III
7 pm - Mars Vegas
8 pm - Chris Alexander
9 pm - Dirtfoot
10 pm - open mic-
11 pm - Ember Ember Fire

Also: Silent Auction, Massage Therapists on Site, Prize Raffles, Art Gallery, & Movies for the Kids....

For more information:
matt crowson

Current Mood: hopeful
Friday, August 19th, 2005
10:41 pm
FYI: Here's info for an arty, underground film event on Saturday:
minicine? (@ ArtSpace) hosts:

TIE - Fifth Anniversary Tour
The International Experimental Cinema Exposition

8PM Saturday AUGUST 20 Admission $5

ArtSpace 710 Texas Street

This program consists of a grouping of hand-made and personal esoteric film experiments from a selection of contemporary film artists from around the world, including, USA, Germany, India and Canada... Representing a range of alternative filmmaking processes including, cameraless, photogram, pin-hole, direct attack, ocean-tossed and more... All these works are on FILM...

Why Film?
"For over 100 years, film has been the standard that other mediums have striven to achieve. Unlike it's electronic contemporaries, the finer nuances of the format have remained unchanged. Film speaks a language all its own, and when combined with an artist's vision, images are given a life that only film can provide. In a world dominated by new moving image technologies, when we see film, we know we are taking a special voyage." -TIE

TIE Founder/Curator Christopher May (Denver, CO) will be present to screen and discuss this program...

To view the official program please see:
Sunday, August 7th, 2005
11:00 am
Last minute something to do...
Hey peeps! Sorry for the short notice but I wanted to let everyone know about a seemingly neat-o event happening this evening in downtown Shreveport. This is a minicine? (Shreveport experimental/underground music/film/etc. organization) show and it's a couple of bands passing through on their way to a music festival in Athens, GA:

Red Pony Clock (CA) and FishBoy (TX)
Taking place in the alley behind 824 Texas Street.
$5 donation gets you hot dogs and beer.
Hot dogs on the grill at 8pm. I'd imagine the bands will start around 8:30 or 9:00.
As far as I know, this is an all-ages event.
So come on out and give these guys a listen. As is always the case with minicine? shows, you can be sure you won't hear anything like this anywhere in Shreveport.

Check the bands out at http://www.yofishboy.com
Tuesday, July 19th, 2005
10:21 pm
This Friday, July 22nd, Built for Speed and Faceplant will be playing a FREE CD release show in the Red River District. If you guys have never seen Faceplant, you need to, their show is awesome.
Monday, July 11th, 2005
10:49 pm
Thursday, July 7th, 2005
11:23 am
More stuff to do in Shreveport!
Howdy folks! I just wanted to pass along the latest info about things going on in the Shreveport "underground". A couple of these events are repeats from my last post. Looks like the all-ages scene is really up-and-coming. I hope you can all make it to an event or two. And I hope these posts are helpful and not annoying...

Thursday, July 7th: Open Mic Poetry Night, ALL AGES
7-9pm, Artspace: 710 Texas St.
free admission

Friday, July 8th: Mega-show with Mars Vegas, The Vidrines, Red Shift and King Hippo, ALL AGES
7pm, Soundstage: 516 Texas St.
$6 admission

Saturday, July 9th: Junior III show, ALL AGES
7 or 8 (not sure right now)-11pm, Artspace: 710 Texas St.
$5 admission

Also Saturday: AMSyndicate (Austin, TX) show, with Infinite Division (Shreveport) and Red Shift (Shreveport), 21 and older
shows usually start after 9pm, maybe later, Lil' Joe's Tavern: 163 E. Kings Hwy (across from Centenary College)
$5 admission

Monday, July 11th: Chris Alexander (Shreveport), Ezeetiger, Le Flange du Mal, ALL AGES
doors open at 8pm, Tipitina's Music Co-op: 700 Texas St.
$5 donation
more info on this show at http://www.kimosciotic.com/ezee_leflange_tour.htm
Tuesday, July 5th, 2005
9:48 pm
9:44 pm



Monday, July 4th, 2005
10:19 pm
4th Fireworks more to come later............

Anybody else got any ......feel free to load em on

Saturday, July 2nd, 2005
1:05 pm
Just a question
Do you think if we got enough support we could hold like a massive 'bbq' or picnic for this community somewhere. Like a reasonable date and have enough planning time, i vote sometime in August. I think a bbq would be pretty nice, but that costs alot of money. So, a picnic, bring your own food and meet alot of people in the community. Good idea? or Just Randomness?
Friday, July 1st, 2005
3:06 pm
Hey everybody! Just thought I'd pass along the good word that Artspace (710 Texas Street, downtown Shreveport) has some really cool all-ages going on now and in the near future:

-Mixed Media Exhibition of works from area artists
From now through July 16th, free admission

-Open Mic Poetry Night
7-9pm Thursday, July 7th, free admission

-Junior III concert
7-11pm, Saturday July 9, $5 admission
(Personal note: This is undoubtedly one of my favorite local bands. Sort of bluesy, folky, jazzy, indie...simple, talented, AWESOME. And they don't play all that often, so you don't want to miss this chance to see them!)
Saturday, June 25th, 2005
4:07 pm
Neil Johnson Photo show
Went to the Neil Johnson Show today that was free and is open till 5:00 pm. Great stuff, I am really impressed.Anybody interested cut and paste the link here and check out his galleries.
Friday, June 24th, 2005
12:20 pm
New, but Hi
I recently got back from vacation in Seattle but since everyone is posting some cool pictures, i guess i want to post tooCollapse )
12:16 pm
New, but Hi
I recently got back from vacation in Seattle but since everyone is posting some cool pictures, i guess i want to post Read more...Collapse )


these pictures were taken in Evergreen National Park.  So, if anyone has any suggestions for locations to take pictures around here i, would like to know some.  I live around here, but hey i want to know where other people like to go.
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Wednesday, June 22nd, 2005
1:01 am
Hello, I'm new here.

Here's something to do:


Play in the fountains.Collapse )

Tuesday, June 21st, 2005
2:45 pm
Shreveport Activities
Growing up in the Shreveport area has taught me to explore shops, places, and events. Over time, I have managed to keep myself entertained. Below is a list of some of my favorite Shreveport activities.
Top 5 Favorite Shreveport Activities:

1. Arts of Fire (located on Youree Drive)
You can go here and paint your own pottery/ dishes/ light switch covers. I've found it's a great way to spend an afternoon and you can create a really great gift for mom (or someone else who might enjoy your artwork). The only downside is that it is a little expensive.

2. Sports Spectrum 5Ks.
If you like to run or walk, these are a lot of fun. About once a month, Sport Spectrum sponsers 3.1 mile runs/walks. These events are a lot of fun, and a lot of people generally show up. The race courses are at different lcoations all over Shreveport. You walk away with a t-shirt, and the money goes to charitable programs like the Feist-Weiler cancer center. The Turkey Trot in November is one of my favorites because you run through the woods along the Red River.

3. Picnic
On those rare nice temperature days somewhere around March and November, it's fun to make a picnic (or if you're lazy like me, go to Sonic) and take your food to a picnic table at the Frisbie Park on Clyde Fant or Ford Park out on Cross Lake. If you go to the Frisbie Park, you can usually watch some games going on, and if you're at Ford Park at the right time, you can watch Centenary's rowing team.

4. Plays
Shreveport has a plays going on all the time. If you can't afford tickets at the Strand, think about going to see a show at East Bank Theatre, or Centenary's Marjorie Lyons playhouse. I am continually suprised at how good the shows are.

5. Used Book Stores
If you like to read, there are some great used book stores around town. My favorite is the one by Baskin Robbins on Kings Hwy. The books are cheap, and the selection is great (though they do tend to carry a lot of Romance novels).

and a couple of Shreveport picsCollapse )

Current Mood: okay
Saturday, June 18th, 2005
11:30 pm
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