Tiana Kennell, The Shreveport Times

Tiana Kennell

The Shreveport Times

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Recent articles by Tiana:

Dive deep into Shark Week at Shreveport Aquarium, Aug. 9-16

Shreveport Aquarium to host Shark Week event series in August. → Read More

Watch online: What's on the marquee for Shreveport Urban Film Festival July 31-Aug 1

The 3rd annual Shreveport Urban Film Festival will be all-digital on July 31. → Read More

QuaranTime exhibit opening, showcases regional artists' work created in quarantine

This will be Artspace's first exhibition to debut since March. → Read More

Shreveport's connection to 'The World's Most Dangerous Amusement Park'

How Shreveport brought three filmmakers together, leading to a documentary feature premiere on HBO Max. → Read More

Shreveport art nonprofit granted $50K in CARES Act funding

The National Endowment for the Arts approves CARES Act funding for nonprofit organizations, including Shreveport Opera. → Read More

Shreveport-Bossier weather: Saharan dust low, heat and humidity high for 4th of July

A heat advisory is in effect for the Ark-La-Tex, plus chances for rain leading up to Independence Day. → Read More

$9k in prizes awarded to students in statewide film competition

The results of Louisiana Film Prize Jr., a film competition for high school students presented by Prize Foundation. → Read More

Shreveport Fourth of July traditions prevail with changes during pandemic

The 2020 Fourth of July celebrations will include the Firecracker 5k and the Freedom Fest Finale. → Read More

C & C Mercantile and Lighting, ArtiFact opens on historic downtown strip

The new location of C & C Mercantile and Lighting, plus the debut of ArtiFact, in downtown Shreveport. → Read More

Shreveport Pride Month prom series goes virtual, June 5-28

Shreveport Q-Prom: Pieces of Pride expands in sophomore year with new digital series, June 5-28. → Read More

Farmers' markets vendors shine in Shreveport, Bossier City

Vendor highlights for the Shreveport and Bossier City Farmers' Markets. → Read More

Local restaurants, bars adapt to COVID-19 pandemic crisis to serve another day

How restaurants and bars are adapting to the "new normal" during the COVID-19 pandemic and what patrons should expect going forward. → Read More

Interview: Pulitzer Prize winner's works inspired by Shreveport roots

Shreveport native poet Jericho Brown was recently awarded the Pulitzer Prize in poetry for his recent work "The Tradition." Find out what inspired him → Read More

Record-breaking donations tallied for local nonprofits in Give For Good

Give For Good annual fundraiser's record-breaking results, benefiting nonprofits in north Louisiana. → Read More

Brothers launch coffee brewing business in Bossier City

Coffee on the Red opens in Bossier City with drive-thru services. → Read More

Quarantine cocktails, wine, and craft beer available by curbside

Highlights of drink deals available during quarantine in Shreveport-Bossier City. → Read More

Who did it best? Norton Art Gallery hosts art re-creation challenge during COVID-19 quarantine

R.W. Norton Art Gallery challenges the community to recreate art images while sheltering at home during the COVID-19 outbreak. → Read More

From 'American Idol' to Nashville: Bossier City star keeps singing

Rising Country star Garrett Jacobs talks about new single, "Young Love." → Read More

Shreveport Mexican restaurant closes permanently due to COVID-19

Shreveport restaurant closes amid coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

How to shop a farmers market without leaving your vehicle

Bossier City Farmers Market returns with drive-thru shopping on Saturday, open through Nov. 21. → Read More