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Acoustic Concert Series

Alexandria Museum of Art
Thurs. May 21st
6:00PM - 8:30PM

Live music, food and fun!  Every third Thursday, join AMoA for its most popular recurring socail event.  

Enjoy lively conversation with friends, connect with art, listen to music hosted by John Wakefield and featuring a guest musician, and snack on tasty food and drink.

Admission: 
Free for AMoA Members, $4 for nonmembers
Phone: 
318-443-3458


 

Wild Night of Art

May 29th
7:00PM
Alexandria Zoo

Raise a glass to the Alexandria Zoo! Join Friends of the Alexandria Zoo (FOTAZ) at Wild Night of Art for an adult-only evening event featuring art, wine and wildlife. Must be 21 or older to attend.


 

Crawfish for CASA

Friday, May 29, 2015

4:00pm - 7:00pm

@ The Central Louisiana Realtors Association Office
2400 Jackson Street (next to Hokus Pokus)
Tickets: $15/person
includes 3lbs crawfish/2 potatoes/1 corn
pick-up and take out, or dine-in (limited seating available)
Get your tickets today at the CASA Office in Alexandria
or Central Louisiana Realtors Association Office
(tickets must be purchased prior to the event)

 

Thank you for supporting your local CASA!

The 2nd Annual Walk For Obesity

Saturday May 30th

Ash Football Field

Registration Begins At 8a

Walk Begins at 9a


Greco Bowl

May 31st

12:00PM

The Gem of Downtown Alexandria
1014 3rd Street
Suite A

Get ready for an event unlike any other! Louisiana’s own Chef John Folse has graciously agreed to donate his culinary talent and goods for St. Mary's Greco Bowl 2015. Featuring a delicious soup, salad, and dessert, guests are promised to walk away filled with a flavorful meal. Chef Folse will also provide a cooking demonstration that will include a discussion of the many delicacies that come from our beautiful state.

A cash bar and silent auction will also be part of the festivities, as well as bowls hand painted by the residents of St. Mary’s.

Proceeds of this event help to improve the quality of life for the residents of St. Mary’s. Each ticket is $100.00. Seating is limited to 98 individuals.

Admission: 
$100
Phone: 
318-445-6443 ext. 2313

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Chris Young

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Scotty McCreery

May 16th

Kinder, LA

Coushatta Casino

 

Bette Midler

May 16th

New Orleans

Smoothie King Center

 

Rush

May 22nd

New Orleans

Smoothie King Center

 

Tracy Byrd

June 6th

Marksville, LA

Paragon Casino

 

June 12th

New Orleans

Bold Sphere Music at Champions Square

 

Chris Brown

June 14th

Biloxi, MS

Mississippi Coast

Coliseum

 

Grand Funk Railroad

June 20th

Vinton, LA

Delta Downs

 

Essence Festival 2015

New Orleans Superdome

July 2nd - 4th

 

Travis Tritt

July 10th

Lake Charles, LA

Golden Nuggett Casino

 

Lady Antebellum: Wheels Up 2015 Tour with Hunter Hayes & Sam Hunt

July 17th

Biloxi, MS

Mississippi Coast

Coliseum

 

Ron White

July 24th

Bossier City

Horseshoe Casino

 

Hillsong United

July 29th

New Orleans

Smoothie King Center

 

Whitesnake

August 8th

Marksville, LA

Paragon Casino

 

Incubus

August 16th

New Orleans

Bold Sphere Music at Champions Square

 

Gary Allan

August 21st

Kinder, LA

Coushatta Casino

 

Collective Soul

August 22

Charenton, LA

Cypress Bayou Casino

 

Ariana Grande

October 9th

New Orleans

Smoothie King Center

 

Josh Groban

October 21st

New Orleans

Saenger Theater

 

 

 


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Traffic Killings In Colorado Linked, Police Say

Traffic Killings In Colorado Linked, Police Say

Alex_Schmidt/iStock/Thinkstock(DENVER) Police in Northern Colorado say two fatal traffic shootings in the area now appear to be connected, based on their investigation.

Cori Romero was shot as drove onto the freeway in Fort Collins on April 22nd. Then on May 18th, John Jacoby was shot dead as he was riding his bicycle on a county road in Windsor at around 10 am.

The FBI is joining local autho...

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Dermot Mulroney and Julia Roberts Still 'Best Friends' 20 Years Later

Dermot Mulroney and Julia Roberts Still 'Best Friends' 20 Years Later

Focus Features(NEW YORK) --Dermot Mulroneyrecently said he andJulia Robertsare still the best of buds, almost two decades after starring inMy Best Friend's Wedding.

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Female Student Sparks Debate With 'I Don't Shave' Essay

Female Student Sparks Debate With 'I Don't Shave' Essay

Meliha Gojak/iStock/Thinkstock(LIVERPOOL, England) A UK student has worked online readers into a lather, after writing about her refusal to shave her body hair and perpetuate what she described as unfair expectations of women.

In an essay that appeared in the The Tab Liverpool, titled, I Dont Shave and Im Not Going To Start, Yasmin Gasimova wrote that since having stopped shaving at the ...

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Shell Slammed for 'Inadequate Assessment of Risks' During Last Trip to the Arctic

Shell Slammed for 'Inadequate Assessment of Risks' During Last Trip to the Arctic

Photo by John Li / Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Just weeks after the Obama administration approved Royal Dutch Shell's plan to resume drilling in the Arctic, a federal agency has concluded the oil giant failed to properly assess risks during the company's last trip to the icy region in 2012.

The report, released Thursday by the National Transportation Safety Board, asserts Shell is "ultimately resp...

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Bank of America Fined $30 Million for Unsound Practices

Bank of America Fined $30 Million for Unsound Practices

robwilson39/iStock Editorial/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) -- A government watchdog announced a $30 million penalty being leveled against Bank of America on Friday for allegedly unsound practices linked to the bank's non-home loans and debt collection.

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency announced the penalty in a press release, adding that it ordered remediation to 73,000 impacted customer a...

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Warriors' Klay Thompson Diagnosed with Concussion

Warriors' Klay Thompson Diagnosed with Concussion

Lorenzo Bevilaqua / ESPN Images(OAKLAND, Calif.) -- Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson suffered a concussion during Game 5 of the NBA's Western Conference Finals on Wednesday.

The team website says that Thompson underwent neurological tests on Thursday and Friday in order to diagnose him. The all-star shooter will not return to the court until he is cleared using the league's concussion p...

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The National Weather Service predicts that the Red River could reach its highest level in 25 years. NWS predicts it will crest at 33 feet, the highest since a 34.5 foot crest in 1990.

 

This afternoon the LSU baseball team will play Lehigh to open up NCAA Regional play. The Moutain Hawks are the Patriot League Tournament champs but the bring a 25-and-29 losing record into Baton Rouge. Airtime 2:30 on 970 KSYL

 

UL Lafayette will take on Rice this afternoon in the opening contest of the Houston Regional

 

A father has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the Rapides Parish Sheriff's Office and Alexandria's utility department, alleging that a prisoner working for the city on a work crew wasn't properly supervised when he escaped and later shot and killed his daughter last summer.

 

The water boil advisory that went into effect last week in downtown Pineville has been lifted.

 

Tax returns for 5,700 people are still waiting to be reviewed because of the identity verification process the Louisiana Department of Revenue has implemented to crack down on tax fraud.

 

The Louisiana Supreme Court has denied an appeal in the case of a 2009 traffic stop in Woodworth.

 

The House did not agree to raise the state sales tax by a penny for road and bridge projects in Louisiana. The measure needed 70 votes to pass but the vote was 50 yeas and 46 nays. The state is currently facing a backlog of $12 billion in road and bridge needs.

 

Louisiana’s motorists could be hit with $79 million in fee hikes if budget-balancing proposals under consideration by state legislators become law.

 

State police say the Click it or Ticket campaign continues this weekend after five unrestrained motorists were killed last weekend in highway crashes.

 

A recent poll shows Governor Bobby Jindal is less popular than President Barack Obama in Louisiana.

 

Cops in the LaFourche Parish town of Golden Meadow say they’ve arrested a woman accused of stealing over $12,000 from a non-profit children’s baseball league.

 

There’s a report that the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries indicate a young black bear has been spotted in woods in West Monroe. They believe he could have come down the bayou of the Ouachita River which is a little high right now.

 

The LSU softball team is off to a good start at the Women's College World Series as the Tigers defeated Auburn 6-1 on Thursday afternoon.

 

 


 

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