Teddy Allen, The Shreveport Times

Teddy Allen

The Shreveport Times

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Past articles by teddy:

Deli-Casino: Where a sandwich was not just a sandwich

She’s still standing there, a ghost of fading white, her plate glass front a window to the soul of all those lunchtime yesterdays. → Read More

A Buddy’s friendship and example was more than OK

Not many people get to do what they wish to do their whole life. → Read More

A disaster hits home when it really hits home

It’s hard to get it all sorted out in your head the morning after a tornado comes through town in the middle of the night. → Read More

‘We all need a little help sometimes…’

A tiny fib about macaroni and cheese, then pleading by an honest little girl did the trick. → Read More

Koepka, DeChambeau share early Masters lead

Phil Mickelson one stroke back, Tiger Woods enjoys strong start at Augusta National → Read More

Today we pronounce the name of your problem

What’s in a name? Juliet asked Romeo. And Romeo said, “Well, sometimes a bunch of letters that, when they’re all lined up, people can’t pronounce.” → Read More

Come and listen to a story ‘bout a man named Frank

Non-deer hunters like myself can tell when the season’s over: no hunter’s orange or antlers are hanging from the low branches of the red oak in the back yard next door. → Read More

A last letter to Dear Hero Comma

I just adore that man. → Read More

Momma, what’s that man on the radio talking about

You plead mercy of the court and soldier on. → Read More

Banding together for a winner winner chicken dinner

Behind every good band is a good biscuit. Or two. Or 800. → Read More

Whole lotta food shakin’ goin’ on

We have a lot to learn about the Health Food world. → Read More

The road (or Avenue? Lane? Street?) less traveled

She could live in a cul-de-sac or in a treehouse or in Cell Block D. → Read More

Rearview filled with ancestral gallery of wannabes

It’s disheartening to learn the cold hard truth about something you felt you were certain of all along. → Read More

Firing up a stake on a steak in the future

Who is going to pay $800 for a smoker/grill and admit they still can’t cook a steak? → Read More

Ask the Paperboy, Chapter 53: Happy New Year Edition

One way we use the experience of our years is to share it with a younger generation. → Read More

Baby girls don’t get much pub at Christmastime, so

You aren’t in a singles match. You’re part of a team. → Read More

Our tastes might change, but the flavor’s the same

There will always be tough stretches that leave a bad taste in your mouth. But there will always be good times too. Can’t you taste them? → Read More

The way to make work nice, if you ‘get it’

If you’ve waited until this week to get your yams and green beans, you can still get in and out of the grocery store but you’ll need to wear Kevlar. → Read More

Thanking a veteran is always a good call

I look forward to talking with my friend today, Veterans Day. → Read More

‘I could write a book!’ Well, you should

Writing can be a lonely business. → Read More