Picture is Heinz, named as such because he looks to be a Heinz 57 dog. It is hard to tell what breed he am, but he is not very big. He is black with some brindle coloring on his legs. His face looks as though he has some Chihuahua in him, and perhaps some Rat Terrier or Pug. Heinz is about 7 months old. His adoption fee is $65. Call 251-DOGS today for more information. Residents can see all the adoptable dogs at the 4 Paws office, located at 290 Rodeo Road, just south of Tech Farm Road. The office is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday or call by appointment.
R-Squared Productions, the makers of “New Hope,” “Flag of My Father,” “We Call Them Heroes” and “Desires of the Heart,” is offering their next opportunity for area students — free Movie Studio Tours. Students will get a “behind the scenes” look at the only studio in Northeast Louisiana that performs all three phases of the movie making process — pre-production, production and post-production. Students will tour sets and learn about their design, observe the use of movie equipment, participate in an editing session and contribute to sound design. They will meet the director and/or production manager and be involved in a question and answer session about movie making. Students of all ages will enjoy the tour.
One of our biggest Dixie Center for the Arts events is right around the corner.
On April 9, the 10th annual Joe Woods’ Wildwood Express Showcase will again grace the historic Dixie stage.
The show begins at 6 p.m. featuring songs that we know and love.
We celebrate the life and legacy of Joe Woods each spring as we bring back band members from the past, including some who played in the original band, and singers who often have a tie to Joe, and always a connection to the music he performed at the Dixie Theater every Saturday night.
The Bossier Parish Community College Theatre production of “The Turn of the Screw” landed the top honor Saturday at the Region Six Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Awards Ceremony in San Angelo, Texas.
The “Richard A. Weaver Award for the Best Play Presented at the Festival” was awarded to the BPCC production.
The cast and crew of the show also won the “Golden Hand Truck Award,” which is presented to the school with the most professionally executed load-in and load-out of the show’s scenery, lights and other production elements into the host theatre.