Henrietta Wildsmith, The Shreveport Times

Henrietta Wildsmith

The Shreveport Times

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  • The Shreveport Times
  • USA TODAY
  • The News-Star

Past articles by Henrietta:

How a local designer upcycled her way to Louisiana Fashion Prize winner

"It's a big deal for me...it's just amazing." → Read More

Oakwood Home for Women: The house that saves lives

“There is so much love in those walls that it changes a person” → Read More

The 4th annual Times Photo Contest winners

The Shreveport Times and the Shreveport-Bossier Convention and Tourist Bureau present the 4th annual Times Photo Contest. → Read More

A photographer's love letter to Shreveport

"Best Wishes, Molly McCombs, Shreveport, Louisiana" will be up until the end of July at minicine? → Read More

Shreveport's first skyscraper gets new life

The Commercial National Bank was built in 1910 and was Shreveport's first skyscraper, it has been renovated into apartments called The Standard. → Read More

It's time for the 4th annual Times Photo Contest!

Help us celebrate our community by entering your best shot. → Read More

Advice for the 2019 graduates from Shreveport leaders

The Times gathered advice from city leaders and influencers to help you get started in your journey. → Read More

Historic downtown Shreveport comes to life in 3-D models

Russell Higginbotham builds replicas of historic Shreveport buildings. → Read More

Master Gardeners are back with annual spring garden tour

Five private gardens and former Master Gardener grant recipient Greenwood Cemetery grounds on Le Tour des Jardins garden tour. → Read More

Cathedral of St. John gains incredible collection for all to see

Museum of the Holy Shroud to open on May 4. → Read More

Extensions of Excellence Performing Arts to pay tribute to Aretha Franklin

Extensions of Excellence Performing Arts to pay tribute to Aretha Franklin → Read More

A black history collector opens his collection to the public

Decades of local black history can be seen in an antique shop in Hossten, Louisiana. → Read More

Black history to be remembered in songs at Shreveport church

Annual festival sings Negro spirituals. → Read More

Rescue dog Braveheart leaves more than memories, he leaves a message

Once left to die in a storage unit, rescue dog became a community voice for animal abuse. → Read More

Bold fabrics bring Shreveport Bossier a look at African fashion

Nimzo Longstratt designs clothes with African fabrics to fit the Western woman. → Read More

A tribute to fallen Shreveport cop Chatéri Payne ... from Philadephia

A forensic composite artist with the Philadelphia Police Department has created a portrait of Chatéri Payne. → Read More

Shreveport artist learns about Kwanzaa through photography

LaShina Mitchell took one photo for each day of Kwanzaa, which celebrates African heritage. → Read More

Natchez, Mississippi: History and fun along the Mississippi River

Natchez once was a millionaires' haven. Now it's a destination for tourists seeking a dose of antebellum history. → Read More

The Local Traveler: Jazmin Jernigan visits Haiti

Jazmin Jernigan traveled to Haiti for seven days to photograph a mission group's work — and returned to Shreveport enriched. → Read More

Natchez, Mississippi: History and fun along the Mississippi River

Natchez once was a millionaires' haven. Now it's a destination for tourists seeking a dose of antebellum history. → Read More