And no, I will not shave off my beard once November is over. Consider purchasing a seat plaque at the Strauss Theatre Center. Come get in the spirit with your favorite music sung by your favorite youth artists! Get on board this fast train so that you will keep upto-date on all things theatre! Radio station OKKK news personalities Thurston Wheelis and Arles Struvie report on various Yuletide activities, including hot competition in the annual lawn display contest.
Many colorful Tuna denizens, some you will recognize from Greater Tuna and some appearing here for the first time, join in the holiday fun. You probably already know that the Strauss Theatre Center puts on amazing productions, but did you know that we are also a wonderful venue for hosting an event?
Let us help you throw a fabulous Christmas party, birthday or anniversary celebration, company meeting, rehearsal dinner Ten galleries now participate in the fun on both sides of the Ouachita River. With more than 50 resident artists and their guests, the Downtown Arts Alliance is prepared to present another great show for all ages. Downtown Monroe and West Monroe will once again shine brightly, not only with holiday lights but with talent!
Member galleries will be open from pm on Thursday, December 5, and all will host new shows. Original art will be for sale with absolutely no sales tax added, thanks to the downtown cultural districts. With no admission cost, this family-friendly event occurs on the. Nelson will give an artist talk at 7 pm. The Big Room Art Alley once again features guest and resident artists presenting interesting and intriguing artwork--from the bold, graphic, and urban pieces by Ali Hijazi and Jon Aiken to the beautifully sculptured bird houses designed and built by Bill Durham. Rick Sikes continues to amaze us with his portrait work, and Victoria Smith, Robbie Jones and Emily Caldwell will be showing mixed media work.
Jewelry artist Amy Ouchley returns with her nature-inspired work. December many of the galleries will also be open during Commander Christmas on Saturday, December Along with curator Kelsea McCreary, Batteford will show a variety of art including photography, painting, and sculpture. This gallery is having its 2nd annual Christmas Gifts Show. Several jewelry makers will be displaying, along with other artistic gifts for your holiday season. Mara Loeb and Starr Home Place craftsmen and other artists will display their scarves, necklaces, rings, bracelets, decorative gourds, seasonal painted found art, African jewelry, and lots more.
The Palace Gallery can help with those last few people on your Christmas list! Slaughter is an associate professor of art at Louisiana Tech University. Featuring an array of provocative imagery celebrating the death of art criticism, examples of this work celebrate the majesty of the undead riot cop who wields his baton with fascist glee or the pair of girls struggling to do battle with their. Robert Ward is a practicing artist who specializes in acrylic-on-canvas painting.
His artwork can be seen at his blog, www. Each piece starts with an ink pen drawing, with watercolor then added. Linda Ward is semi-retired, having returned to her studio full-time but still often teaching as an adjunct at Louisiana Delta Community College. From Chicago to Los Angeles, every rest stop, landmark, and roadside attraction between, ROUTE 66 echoes generations of families who shared on-the-road adventures. I hope my work will allow others to do the same. Her photographs have been featured in prestigious publications, and she has taught workshops with the Ansel Adams Gallery Workshops in Yosemite National Park and other locations.
In addition to this, the gallery on Trenton Street will be featuring a variety of Christmas gift items during the month of December, opening every Sunday afternoon pm besides its regular Tuesday-Saturday schedule. Guest musician John Farmer will provide Christmas music during the Crawl, and tasty refreshments will be served. The gallery is also hosting an oil painting workshop with nationally known artist Ken Hosmer at the beautiful Kiroli Park lodge. Those interested in enrolling should inquire at the gallery. Parenting is all about compromise, and Christmas time is no exception. Your daughter wants candy for breakfast, so you settle on toaster waffles with only one layer of blue frosting.
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Following the review, the members enjoyed a wine tasting of two classic French wines. The twin dining rooms of the Hayden home were beautifully appointed with a nod to the upcoming Halloween holiday. One room was dedicated to a French white, and the other featured a French red. Glorious pumpkins both natural and those created from other materials as art forms graced both tables, together with an enviable collection of Halloween memorabilia.
Gourds, fall foliage, seasonal berries, and stunning wine glasses on heavy silver trays completed the twin compositions. Lemonade and citrus punch provided the perfect palate cleansers between the two wines. Joining the Hayden mother-and-daughter team as hostesses for the occasion were Sue Nawas and Jane Conrad. Their tempting menu included chicken salad tea sandwiches a Nawas specialty, it turns out , pimento cheese sandwiches, smoked pork a la Waldorf on toast points, chocolate rounds, freshly baked pound cake, pumpkin rolls, and chocolate Halloween Hershey treats.
Why are French wines named after the region and not the grape? Wines in France - really in almost all of Europe - had developed their styles over the centuries; a grape more often a blend of grapes was eventually found to suit an area or even better, express the area. To know where the grapes are grown is to know the style of the wine. To know much about the grapes themselves was wine geekdom, only necessary for professionals. After opening a bottle of wine, what is the amount of time we have to drink it?
You should always control the elements of heat, light and air. How many glasses are in a bottle? There are 25 oz in a bottle of wine. When was the corkscrew designed? The first corkscrew patent was granted to the Reverend Samuell Henshall, in England in , but simillar versions may have been used as early as Du not yet blended. Blend 8oz. Gorgonzola cheese hich dish to create or fret about one. This guide is to help you stay focused on the importan Stir in pepper, 24 oz. So what does this really meanattire to you, and our beverage ofstress choice?
Rob McMillian, executive vice president of Silicon Valley global wine shortage headlined the morning programs last month. Here just a few of her f container two hours or up to , we also thought we were trending toward a shorttbsp. This year is ter my husband sprang in to see what was the matter. And what to his wonderwww. My homage to1 wines I holdtoasted so dear. No more cab or rose? Really - dash away, dash away, dash away all?! HowIt canbethen Withnight a food processor running, will Christmas be merry and for all a good if this report is right? The study went on onfuls of the 2 cups caramelized onions under are correct and a wine shortage is near, this Christmas give the gift we the holdcaramelized on to onion explainmixture the French consume the most wine, followed by America and China.
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When all the potato slices have been grilled, add them to the serving bowl with the vinaigrette ingredients and the chopped bacon. Quickly toss together till evenly mixed, serve warm. Serve with Schug Carneros Pinot Noir. Merry Christmas Chop fromtheMoss Eyecare! In a large serving bowl mix. Over the past years, Bucky has been known as a coach, an educator, a musician, and a phenomenal cook whom I have had the distinct pleasure of following for many years.
Sharing every day together DeltaStyle Magazine December Yet, this was just a beginning for Bucky and Brenda, because with the friendships they had made through their church, their blessings were just preparing to mount. With nothing more than his dreams, a fabulous palate, a phenomenal taste for good food, and a million recipes flowing through his head, Bucky Newell was greeted with one of the most trying challenges he and Brenda would ever face at the start of this year: Willie Robertson wanted his very own restaurant business.
Embarking on this metamorphic journey required a leap of faith. There were many choices, endless. It was time to get quackin, Jack. These down-home scrumptious home-style entrees are served with your choice of southern sides. Diners can select from traditional white beans, cooked slow and low to obtain maximum flavor and tenderness, samplings of southern. Begging for a little more Louisiana Lagniappe? For those diners who are seeking a little taste childhood.
From scratchmade Texas sized chicken fried steaks, Ms. Dijon ranch, and a fat free raspberry vinaigrette, all house-made and absolutely mouthwatering. This is one that will leave even the daintiest of eaters begging for seconds. To compliment your garden fresh goodness, there is a variety of dressings that include Cajun dressing, buttermilk ranch, low-fat December DeltaStyle Magazine Directions: Mix first 7 ingredients together until smooth.
Once done, place into skillet with butter and brown sugar. Cook down for 10 — 12 minutes then strain seeds out of mixture. Use the left over raspberries for any icing or topping of your choice. Flaky crusts from scratch made fruit pies, adorned with. The square foot main house sits on the high point overlooking the 4. Adjacent to the main house and pond is a square foot 2 Bedroom guest cottage with breathtaking views of the property. The property is beautifully landscaped with nature walks, statues, cedar rail bridges, Gazebo with fishing pier, golf cart paths, and wonderful water features.
The surrounding wooded areas are abundant with wild life. These and countless other amenities make this house and property a treasure of North Louisiana. In all my years in Real Estate in North Louisiana, I have never seen a more beautiful and peaceful place to spend time. It is the perfect home or retreat for people who love nature. Wonderland at the home of Randy and Cherry Morris. Walk into the foyer and the scenic tour begins with a fun, funky tree adorned with ribbon and whimsical ornaments.
The elegance of the formal dining room is complimented by this white and silver tree. Trimming this tree with ornaments collected by Cherry, reflects a touch of beauty and grandeur that you would need to see and touch to truly appreciate. Embellished in colors of pink, burgundy and soft green, with touches of gold, you are taken back in time of another era. The top features a proud, showy bird with flowing plumes. Overlooking Bayou DeSiard with moss hanging from the trees this setting leaves you with a warm and cozy feeling.
Robert Rickett will speak on attracting rubythroated hummingbirds to your garden, Jimmy Dean not the late country singer and sausage maker will show us how to attract bluebirds, and Jeff Landry, will speak on growing grapes in Louisiana. Preregistration is preferred but walk-ins will be welcomed, too. Registration forms can be picked up at our local garden centers and hardware stores. Doors will open at the West Monroe Convention Center at a.
For more information on Melinda Myers, visit her website at www. Second, the North Central Louisiana Master Gardeners, our friends in Ruston, will hold their third annual gardening seminar on Saturday, February 1st, from a. Are you using a real Christmas tree this year? These populations were left on the highest peaks after the last Pleistocene glaciers retreated some 20, years ago. Unable to Appalachian mountain counties and trucked all over the country for Christmas.
When Christmas is over, what do you do with the live tree? Well, here are two suggestions. Used Christmas trees make great habitats for wildlife. If you live near a pond or lake, sink the tree just off shore with cement blocks. The tree will. Treats made from suet, peanut butter, birdseed, and like material can be hidden among the branches for our feathered friends that overwinter in the area. As winter progresses into spring and if there are still any branches on the tree, good nesting habitat is available.
But, birds may simply enjoy perching in the branches on a winter day. SIOR - sior. John W. Perry, Jr. Monroe, LA Setting the tone for the gathering was a delightful foyer arrangement designed by MGC members featuring a colorful collection of seasonal gourds, pumpkins, and corn sitting atop a burlap cloth. Continuing the Thanksgiving theme, the MGC ladies created a soaring arrangement of gladioli, roses, lilies, mums, berries, magnolia.
A very modern, minimalist arrangement was the next order of the day. As she worked, Lesley advised several times that the effective arranger listens. Work with them let them tell you by their shape and fullness where they would look best. The stems were allowed to fall naturally. A ceramic turkey tureen took center stage at the base, together with apples and assorted gourds and pumpkins. All were placed on a lovely fringed brocade cloth in shades of gold and rust. Lesley took the lead in creating the arrangements, and Gwin offered her assistance while also giving the audience important tips to make their own design experiences easier.
Working facing each other with the container between them, each designer quickly created half of a stunning arrangement that, when turned, was perfectly balanced all the way around. Gwin observed with a chuckle. Members and guests enjoyed a delicious brunch featuring quiche and fresh fruit prior to the program. Dotting the refreshment tables were cunning arrangements crafted from fall foliage, berries, and. CarTown; Dr. Lee Miller - E. Terry Tugwell, Dr. Billy, Holyfied Tree Service, Mrs. Luke n the sixth month, the angel Gabriel was sent from God to a town of Galilee called Nazareth, to a virgin betrothed to a man named Joseph, of the house of David, and the virgin's name was Mary.
And coming to her, he said, "Hail, favored one! The Lord is with you. Then the angel said to her, "Do not be afraid, Mary, for you have found favor with God. Behold, you will conceive in your womb and bear a son, and you shall name him Jesus. He will be great and will be called Son of the Most High, and the Lord God will give him the throne of David his father, and he will rule over the house of Jacob forever, and of his kingdom there will be no end.
Therefore the child to be born will be called holy, the Son of God. And behold, Elizabeth, your relative, has also conceived a son in her old age, and this is the sixth month for her who was called barren; for nothing will be impossible for God. May it be done to me according to your word. During those days Mary set out and traveled to the hill country in haste to a town of Judah, where she entered the house of Zechariah and greeted Elizabeth.
When Elizabeth heard Mary's greeting, the infant leaped in her womb, and Elizabeth, filled with the Holy Spirit, cried out in a loud voice and said, "Most blessed are you among women, and blessed is the fruit of your womb. And how does this happen to me, that the mother of my Lord should come to me? For at the moment the sound of your greeting reached my ears, the infant in my womb leaped for joy. Blessed are you who believed that what was spoken to you by the Lord would be fulfilled. Luke ow there were shepherds in that region living in the fields and keeping the night watch over their flock.
The angel of the Lord appeared to them and the glory of the Lord shone around them, and they were struck with great fear. The angel said to them, "Do not be afraid; for behold, I proclaim to you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. For today in the city of David a savior has been born for you who is Messiah and Lord. And this will be a sign for you: you will find an infant wrapped in swaddling clothes and lying in a manger. Tuesday, December 10 Wednesday, December 11 p. Priests will be in the church from to. Keeps You Building For Less!
For if anyone is a hearer of the word and not a doer; he is like a man who looks at his own face in a mirror. He sees himself, then goes off and promptly forgets what he looked like. James It is the home of the Roman Catholic Community of St. A part of the Diocese of Shreveport, it is a community true to it unpretentious roots. A worshipping community started to serve the religious education and spiritual needs of the people in rural Northeast Ouachita Parish. An unassuming church started by a humble community of Catholic families.
Some at St. Lawrence remember the beginning of the Catholic Community in Swartz. Bishop Charles P. Greco recognized a need. In a military surplus building on donated land, the community of St. John was born. John later merged with Our Lady of Fatima Parish. An official history by the Diocese of Shreveport states the earliest Catholic worshipping community at Swartz was founded in April The first mass for.
The new community was soon dedicated to Saint Lawrence. Lawrence was a deacon charged with helping the poor in Rome during the early history of the Church. The description humble is an understatement. In co-operation and without hubris, the families at St. Lawrence manage the church through volunteer efforts. Volunteers complete the duties of church administration, religious education, music ministry, cleaning, and minor church maintenance. Many have been involved for years. With respect to the dedication of all, our identity can be seen in Rose Chaplin and Dot Justice.
Rose, who recently turned 93, has been a member of St. Lawrence since the beginning. Every Wednesday, Rose is at Mass and then stays to work with the Ladies Altar Society to clean altar, linens, floors, and pews. Dot Justice, matriarch in the large Justice clan, has always been a leader in the community. Inspired by her faith, Dot designed and championed the stained glass Trinity window that is above the altar. These are two examples of the undemanding yet exciting gifts shared by many. The friendly people at St. Vincent de Paul, Knights of Columbus, Altar Society, prayer groups, prayer shawl ministry, adult catechism and bible study, and hospitality.
After many years, several traditions have been established in the community. One of the most treasured seems to have been started by an unintentional jokester. Every spring the St. Lawrence community gathers for a barbeque to support our treasury. In an overnight vigil, volunteers freely accept exposure to burns, smoke inhalation, flying spices, and most of all community comradery as up to a thousand chicken halves are barbequed over an iron grill. It has become an expected event looked forward to by many.
A second tradition is the White Mass. This is celebrated for all those in the medical and health care profession. Celebrating those who care for others is done in the traditional remembrance of our patron St. Lawrence who cared for the poor and sick. Those recognized are doctors, nurses, specialty fields, administrators, care takers, food service, janitors, and spiritual caregivers.
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After more than 30 years of worshipping in a facility designed and built as a general purpose building, the community decided to make the atmosphere more worthy of the celebration of the Liturgy of the Mass. With an urgency fired by an enthusiastic leadership team, planning and fundraising began.
Barbeques, raffles,movie screenings, and generous donations from the entire community in northeast Louisiana have helped to make this plan a reality. Our history can be seen as a collage. The most important piece is that each of our faces is different. Our collage has the fabric of professors, doctors, nurses, and other professionals side by side to laborers, truck drivers, farmers, and stay at home. The collage of St. Now, it is building upon itself in the new sanctuary glittered by a golden tabernacle crowned in a stained class Trinity.
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Lawrence is under the pastoral oversight of Fr. Since , these two international priests from Kerala, India, have blessed St. Lawrence with their presence. This is not unique, Fr. Thomas Kizito Nwachukwu of Nigeria ministered at St. Mass times are Wednesday, a. The Parish School of Religion meets during the regular school year Sundays at a. For additional information please call Lawrence is located at Swartz School Rd.
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It keeps insurance companies honest by setting clear rules that rein in the worst insurance industry abuses. The ACA requires each to state to have an Exchange. And this time he will dig through the hidden history of the United States of America. Don't miss it! Diggy packed his bags and went to Brazil - but not only to enjoy the beautiful beaches and exotic fruits - but to take part in the famous Brazil Cup, where football teams from across the planet gather to see which one can win the acclaimed trophy. Let's see what Brazil has to offer! Time flies when you're digging like a machine - Diggy's turned two years old!
Join the celebration as his friends and family have all gathered to wish him well. And it wouldn't be a proper Diggy celebration without special fun challenges and a plethora of gifts! Cousin Ulrika. Birthday Candle. The experience bonus for successfully clearing the repeatable locations had gone up 10x! This is an original version of the "Postcard weeks".
Easter is here and brings along eggs, bunnies, eggs and then some more eggs! Ever celebrated Easter on the Easter Island? Meet Horatio the Easter egg from last year, the shifty Al Rabbitone and embark on a journey you won't soon forget! Party like you're Irish! Patrick's Day is here and you know what it means - shamrocks, parades, lots of green and a lot of celebrating! Don't let Diggy stand by - help out the worried Leprechaun and join in on the fun! The time has come! Conquer all of the sporting quests, help Diggy make it to the podium and enjoy the great rewards that await you.
One of the world's most classical fairy-tales comes to Diggy's Adventure - be a hero and help the Little Red Riding Hood as she unwittingly stumbles across the dangerous Big Bad Wolf. Jump to: navigation , search. Personal tools Log in. Namespaces Page Discussion.
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