Tuesday, March 31

ITEM/COMMENTARY: LEAP Testing Begins Wednesday (Pray For Our Children)

Even if you're like me and you don't have children, everyone should know by now that LEAP/I-LEAP Testing is upon us.

The yearly event is dreaded by students of all ages, but is "necessary" to assess each child's level/understanding of Reading, Math, Science and Social Studies at their grade level. It is much of the reason most kids are held back in school. so it is VERY much a seriou matter.

I don't have children but I have a niece and nephew. She is in the 8th grade and he is in the 6th. Both are testing this week at Youree Drive Middle School.

I see them every weekend and for the past few weeks, my niece has been bringing along some workbooks given to her by the school (or her teachers) to practice testing with lots of great sample questions.

I applaud the school for making the child responsible for his/her own learning (and passing) by making this a part of their homework, but I found a major problem.

When I asked her where her key (as in the answers to the practice questions) was, she said they didn't give her one.

She had THREE workbooks: One for Science, One for Reading and one that gave comprehensive test queastions in all subjects. There had to be about 50 pages in each book ... but no answer key?

So I said to myself: Maybe they're doing the answers in class ... I asked her if that was true. Again, she says NO. She tells me the school (or teachers) told her the workbooks were for HOME and weren't to be brought into class (not even to review).

Being that my niece has gotten low scores on both her 6th and 7th grade LEAP tests, I was starting to see a pattern here: Lack of preparation.

Not only was she taking STANDARDIZED tests, without even trying to find out if her answers were wrong or right, the school wasn't giving them a chance at success by not reviewing the work and leaving it up the student and/or parents to that job for them.

My niece's Science booklet CLEARLY stated in the front that the practice tests were meaNT to be reviewed ... but they weren't. All I can ask is WHY???

My nephew, the 6th-grader who attends the exact same school, notifies me he didn't receive practice booklets but was reviewing in his classes everyday.

Why two different methods for the same students? I guess I'll never know. But I do know that parents need to be better involved in testing (AND school work in general).

Had I never asked her, she never would have been pressed to research and find the CORRECT answers. And I never would have Googled LEAP Practice Tests she could submit online and see her right and wrong answers right there on the screen.

So parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, guardians all over the SBC .. do NOT leave it up to the schools to prepare YOUR child. Make sure YOU'RE preparing them as well. It's a TEAM EFFORT.

If your child doesn't succeed in education, the school, teachers, and administration are only HALF to blame ...

And that's real talk.


I found a lot of great information on LEAP Testing (including practice tests and tips) at ...

You can also get some GREAT tips on preparing your child HERE. And the Department of Education (DOE) website has some great practice tests for more preparation, plus some great parent resources to help YOU help your child succeed in school.

LEAP or I-LEAP testing runs Wednesday through Friday of this week and picks up again on Monday and Tuesday of next week. Caddo Parish Schools dismiss for Spring Break on Thursday, April 9th (they have Good Friday off).


EVENT ALERT: The "Golden Explosion" Stepshow

The Distinguished Gentlemen of The Theta Chi Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. invite you to the stepshow extravaganza of the year!

The GOLDEN EXPLOSION goes down this Saturday, APRIL 4th at the Prather Coliseum in Natchitoches (on the campus of NSU). Door open at 6:06 pm ... The show will start around 6:36 pm.

Step teams from all over the Tri-State area will be competing for a $5,000 cash prize ... so you KNOW it's going down! Mr. HOLLYHOOD BAY BAY will return as host for a 2nd time.

Show tickets are $15 (through Friday) ... but you can get a ticket to the show plus a pass to the after party (at Ben Johnson Auditorium) for only $20!

** Purchase your tickets through any NSU Alpha or contact Jarvis at (318) 332-2734. You can also purchase tickets online HERE. And go HERE to see the event on Facebook ...

HEADLINES: Pistachios Recalled, Jobs For SBC Teens & Other News

So, as I mentioned last week, T.I. was sentenced to one year and 1 day last Friday and will report to jail/prison sometime next month ... but that wasn't the top story in the past week.

Everything from a family mass murder (see below) to an auto industry takeover made the news in the past 7 days ... but the biggest story as of post time is the newest health scare connected to pistachios (yeah, if you have em, or like em, BEWARE!)

Here are some of the other stories making news (with links):

FAMILY MURDER: MA man kills 2 sisters, Wounds another before being shot by police

SAD LOSS: Child Killed Crossing I-20 Is Laid To Rest

POLICE PRESENCE: SPD Cracking Down On Cruising (Again)

DOWNTOWN DRINKING?: City to Offer "Happy Hour" for Downtown Visitors (WTF?)

HELPING HANDS: GSU To Roll Out Program That Educates Ex-Cons

JOB CUTS: IBM Announces More Layoffs

MONEY MATTERS: Deadbeat Parents Continue to Evade the System

PLANT CLOSINGS?: New GM CEO Warns More Plants Could Close

TEEN JOBS: Stimulus-Funded Program to Give Up to 1,000 SBC Teens Summer Jobs ... See KTBS's story on the program HERE.

MO' MONEY: Economic Recovery to Equal More In Workers Paychecks

PRICE DROP: Cost of Homes Make a Record Drop

PAYMENT PROTECTION: Ford, GM to Offer New Buyers Some Help In The Event of Unemployment

BRIDGE CLOSING: Jimmie Davis To Close For 6 Weeks

SERIES ENDING: 'ER' Ending After 15 Seasons

TESTING BEGINS: Louisiana Students Prepare, Worried About LEAP Testing

LADIES DEBUT: AKA Debutantes Are Presented

Top Boys Basketball Picks In The Area Announced

Commentary: The Cost Of Smoking

If you haven't heard (or seen it) by now, the cost of cigarettes is about increase TREMENDOUSLY.

Thanks to President Obama signing into law a Federal Tax of $1.01 per pack of cigarettes -- effective April 1st, 2009 (this coming Wednesday).

With packs already at around $5 per pack ... that means the cost of one pack will be around 7 or 8 dollars. Yeah, I'd probably smoke my last one real soon if I was a smoker -- and invest in some Nicorette.

Big tobacco company Phillip Morris (the makers of Marlboro -- a VERY popular brand)increased their prices weeks ago, adding 70 cents or more to each pack. Lawmakers and supporters of the tax are hoping the high price will lead to a decline in cig sales and better health for America.

Being a non-smoker who HATES the smell, as well as an asthmatic who could literally die from inhaling second-hand smoke, I applaud this legislation. I hope it will not only discourage people from this harmful (and deadly) habit, but will clean up the air around me.

I find myself frequenting ONLY businesses that are smoke-free and I love seeing smoking areas far from the buildings I frequent.

When you take into account that diseases caused by smoking are a PREVENTABLE (by quitting) and that 1 in every 5 smokers will die from the filthy habit AND that NON-SMOKERS can acutally develop asthma, allergies and even LUNG CANCER from inhaling the toxins ... this is a complete WIN-WIN situation.

I know some people will be upset ... they may even start selling cigs on the street corner like they do illegal drugs ... but when you realize that those taxes are going toward health programs and CHILDREN'S HEALTH INSURANCE .. I don't see how anyone can complain.

You don't HAVE to smoke ... but non-smokers WANT to live full, healthy lives ... Period.

So to all the smokers, take this last week to smoke your butts off (no pun intended). And then give us (non-smokers), your lungs and your pockets a much-needed break ...

In the end ... It's better for us ALL.

- m

** Find out more about the upcoming Federal Cigarette Tax HERE.

** Check out some facts about cigarette/tobacoo use HERE.

Monday, March 30

EVENT ALERT: BPCC Film Looking For Actors!

Calling all aspiring actors!!! The BPCC Film Institute is looking for talent for its summer film project, titled "At War With The Ants".
Auditions will be held this Tuesday, MARCH 31st on the BPCC Campus -- Just go to the 3rd floor of Building D. Casting will begin at 5:30 pm.
The casting team is looking for male and female actors in their young 20s to upper 30s. They also need two children: one African American girl (around three years old) and one Caucasian boy (around six years old).
Interested persons are asked to come with a photo. For more information, call (318) 678-6177.
** To see past BPCC Films or learn more about the Film Institute, go HERE.

Sunday, March 29


The cold weather didn’t keep the party people inside Friday night. Hundreds turned out for CrowdPleaser Entertainment’s SCHOOL DAZE of KAOS Party at the Riverview Hall.

The unique event was planned to get the Greeks of the SBC (and beyond) under one roof – to party, co-mingle and of course .. show off. (I see you Marle-Mar! lol)

There were plenty of non-Greeks in the building as well ... but the night belonged to the NPHC ...

Among the FRATS -- The ALPHAs were in the building. (I see you Sterling! lol). They showed much support for their fellow frat of CrowdPleaser ... and did a train or three :)

The NUPES showed up in full force ... shaking their way through the crowd. These boys can DANCE. I can’t even move like that!

The guys posed for a pic after one of them told me I didn’t have any Kappa pics on my camera (lol). It wasn’t intentional ... Much Love to the brothas of K A Psi.

The Ques (Omegas) were in the building. One of the bruhs had to be at least 6’5”. Tallest Que I’ve ever seen. They made their presence known and I was praying Marle-Mar wouldn’t play "Atomic Dog" becuz I wasn’t in the mood to be stomped ol ..

And of course my Blu-Phi brothaz of PHI BETA SIGMA were in the house ... Strutting and hoppin’ to their heart’s delight. They were soaked by the time the party was over!

Even my frat that is a SPD Officer got up in the mix lol ... (I hope he doesn’t get in trouble for that – He was just excited to see his brothaz ... thas all lol).

Among the sororities, the ladies of ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA were in the building. They strutted with and without the Alphas lol.

The ladies of DELTA SIGMA THETA were in the building as well but I couldn’t get them to keep still long enough to get a pic!

And my sorors, the ladies of Z PHI B were showin’ and provin’ all night long. Partying and struttin’ with the PBS brothaz ... (and showin’ that Zeta is far from what folks think!).

The building was FILLED with Blu & White ... honestly we packed the place more than any organization.

CrowdPleaser gave out awards for the Crunkest Fraternity and Sorority at the end of the night.

The ZETAS won for the sorority ... of course ... probably solely because we had more sorors there than any of the other organizations.

But when it came time to crown the Crunkest Fraternity .. I felt (and yeah I’mma say it) -- it was totally biased judging.

Blue and White is not big in the SBC (at least not yet) so when you leave it to non-Greeks (most of which are from LSU-S) ... of course they're gonna clap for ALPHA .. especially when Alpha brothers are linked to the event and the MC is introducing them like returning Champs lol ...

The Sigmas should have one based on numbers alone ... but thas cool ... life will go on :)

To my brothaz ... Whether it’s Sigma or Zeta .. It’s all PHI BETA .. so if we won – YOU WON ... Blue and White took the night!!!

*** STAY TUNED For more pics from the KAOS Party. And also check back for the 411 on more upcoming Greek events!

Friday, March 27

EVENT ALERT: Latin Night @ Boomtown

A local casino is giving you the chance to sizzle this Sunday at their LATIN NIGHT. The event will be held this Sunday, March 29th at Boomtown Hotel & Casino's SUNDANCE CANTINA.

Event-goers will enjoy drink specials and dance to Salsa, Meringue, and Reggaeton music. And the event is absolutely FREE!

The party starts at 7 pm and last until midnight. You must be 21 years old to attend. Call 1-866-GO-2TOWN for more info.

ITEM: Earth Hour 2009

There's a neat event going on Saturday ... World Wide ... that is geared toward helping the planet ... and it only last an HOUR.

On Saturday, March 28th, from 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm. During this hour families, businesses, and cities power down their lights and nonessential appliances for one hour.

Earth Hour is a grassroots effort. By uniting with people all over the globe for one hour, you can raise awareness of energy usage, change our city's habits for the better, and show that you care about our living planet!

-- To learn more about the global Earth Hour initiative, visit

Wednesday, March 25

EVENT ALERT: City-Wide All-Star Basketball Game

The State All-Star Games may be over but some local players still have one more game to go ...

This Saturday, March 28th, FreakBoy Entertainment, in conjunction with Dream Magazine, Trill Ent. and Foxx, will host a City-Wide Celebrity High School All-Star Game at the BTW High School Gym.

Participating players include:

  • Rodney Hill and Michael Williams (Airline)
  • Tevin Hall and Freddie Burns (Bossier High)
  • Jonathan Blount and Montrell Jackson (B.T.W)
  • Marcus Gay (Capt. Shreve)
  • Kendrick Washington, Shamir Davis and Jacobe Lee (Huntington)
  • L'Damian Washington and Jordan Lewis (Green Oaks)
  • Kenneth Young, Morris Claiborne and Rozario Wiggins (Fair Park)
  • Josh Stroy (Northwood)
  • K.D Rogers and Everett Gladney(Southwood)
  • Lester Johnson & Arthur Lewis (Woodlawn)

The doors Open at 3pm. The game starts at 4 pm. The event will also include a 3-point ShootOut and Slam Dunk Contest, a City Celebrity 3-point Shoot Out, and Halftime Performances by: FB Artists -- Erica Foppe', Young Woody, Lil Tazz & Ratchet City Boyz

Tickets are Available at: The Source in Pierre Bossier Mall, Kennepooh's Barbershop, Garland's SuperSound, JJ's SuperStore.

  • For More Info Contact: 318-655-2449

Oh, By the way ... The After Party is at the Bossier Civic Center:

Tuesday, March 24

EVENT ALERT: VIP Ent. is Searching for Models!

Vip Ent. is searching for LADIES between the ages of 18 to 25 to be apart of their exclusive marketing & promotions team.

Open auditions will be held this Saturday, March 28th at the old MacArthur's Steakhouse building in the Red River Entertainment District (near El Dorado Casino). Auditions will run from 1 pm to 4 pm.

If you're chosen as a Lady of VIP, you get amazing perks like:

  • Discounts on beauty (hair, nails, etc.)

  • Discounts on fitness (gyms)

  • Free photoshoots and calendars

And of course you get EXPOSURE! So there are a lot of benefits to joining the VIP family!

To secure your spot at Saturday's audition, e-mail your name and phone number to; or call 318-762-2167 or 318-658-6506 for more information.

EVENT ALERT: School D.A.Z.E. of K.A.O.S.

A lot of people have been asking: When are ALL the GREEKS gonna come together & put on for North Louisiana? Well this Friday, they'll finally get their wish ...

CrowdPleaser Entertainment and the Shreveport K.A.O.S. Committee will present the "School D.A.Z.Σ. OF K.A.O.S" -- a Spring Break Classic. This special event will cater to (and feature) the members of the Divine 9 but party people everywhere are invited to join the fun!

The event will be held at Riverview Hall (formerly Convention Hall) on Clyde Fant Parkway. and will feature step performances by the following BGLO chapters:


To all the other NPHC chapters, don't feel left out! -- Awards will be Given to the Crunkest Sorority/Fraternity Chapters in the Building!

From Texas to Mississippi, from Louisiana to Arkansas ... this is going to be BIG. Doors Open @ 10 pm. Greeks get a discount ALL NIGHT (w/ Para). Must have a valid ID.

Listen to 103.7 Tha Beat to learn how to win Tickets. For More info, call 318-422-5322 ... (And check out the Commercial HERE).

Get there early!!! The building won't be big enough!!!!

Monday, March 23

EVENT ALERTs: A Gospel Celebration, A Legendary Tribute & A Blues Festival

Three musical events are set for this weekend ... each offering a little something different from the rest. So no matter what genre you're into, one of these is sure to entertain ... Check them out:


Gospel great FRED HAMMOND will be the special guest performer during the 17th Annual Church Anniversary at Praise Temple Full Gospel Cathedral.

This event is FREE, but you may want to get there early to make sure you have a seat. The show starts at 7 pm.

The anniversary celebration is in conjunction with the church's Young Adult Ministry (YAM) Conference. There are events scheduled for several days ...

  • On THURSDAY there's a special guest pastor providing the Word

  • On SATURDAY the YAM will host a Jazz Night & Open mic, and

  • On SUNDAY, the congregation will receive the word from guest speaker Apostle John T. Abercrombie (from Truth and Deliverance International Church in Chicago, IL)

Praise Temple is located at 4725 Greenwood Rd. in Shreveport. They can be reached by calling (318) 631-LOVE. You can also e-mail YAM at or go to for more information on the events.


The Southern University at Shreveport Foundation will host its 5th Annual Cotton Club Gala.

This year's theme is entitled, "Nat King Cole Legendary Singer"... paying special tribute to the late great Nat King Cole, and featuring a host of songs made famous by Mr. Cole. The show will also feature singing, dancing, delicious food, fine beverages and a silent auction.

The Master/Mistress of Ceremonies will be Ron Young and Najahe Hall of KSLA Ch. 12.

Tickets are $100 each. All proceeds benefit the Foundation's Scholarship program.

  • For more information or to purchase tickets, please contact Event Coordinator Ms. Elizabeth Williams in the Foundation's office at (318) 670-6681.


Blues legend Marvin Sease (pictured above) is among half a dozen performers who'll be hitting the stage for the SHREVEPORT BLUES FESTIVAL. The festival will be held this Sunday, March 29th at the CenturyTel Center.

Also performing: Mel Waiters, Sir Charles Jones, Shirley Brown, Ms. Jodie, Floyd Taylor and Wilson Meadows.

The show starts at 6 pm. Tickets are $39.25-$45.25 (available at the CenturyTel box office or at Call 318-747-2501 for more information.

EVENT ALERT: Coming To The Stage ... "For Colored Girls" + "Lord Save My Family"

The Stage is set for two great plays this weekend ... One featuring an all-female ensemble the other featuring a group of cast of Christians ... Check them out:

In celebration of Women's History Month, the Mahogany Ensemble Theatre presents “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf”.

This Obie award-winning, spellbinding choreopoem is filled with a lively collection of vivid prose and free verse narratives about and performed by black women. Through dance, music, and poetry, the women are united in sorrow, spirit, pride and soul.

This performance, directed by Angelique Feaster, will be held at the Louisiana State Exhibit Museum. The show runs both Friday and Saturday night at 7 pm. Tickets are $10-$15.

  • Call 318-745-ARTS (2787) to get ticket or show information, or visit official website.

On Saturday night (on the other side of town), a gospel stage play will hit the stage at the Strand Theatre.

The phenomenal gospel stage play "Lord Save My Family" is about families who struggle with hidden secrets and family lies. The play tells a story of a young woman looks to find herself in life and love, a husband who is tired of his mundane marriage and seeks something out of the routine, and a mother who pleads for a change!

Tickets are $15.00 each, Reserved (Note: Service fees will be added to the cost of the ticket)

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Commentary: We Still Have Work To Do ...

If you watch the news, you know that President Barack Obama has become one of the most visible Presidents in U.S. history.

He was on "60 Minutes" last night, he was on Jay Leno the other night (which resulted in a boo-boo that haters are using to their advantage) ...

But while most people are watching him on the nightly news or prime-time TV, a lot are not keeping up with the Administration as a whole.

We still have work to do people ... Obama still needs our support. The naysayers are looking for us to slip up, give up and get complacent ... and we need to be as strong and visible as our Commander in Chief.

Just because Barack Obama has taken up residence in the White House, doesn't mean voters should sit back, relax and stop watching him. I've found myself lacking and not reading up on what's happening in D.C. but I'm doing better and I wanted to give everyone some ways to keep track of our new President. has a special page dedicated to Obama's First 100 Days (click here to see it). It chronicles every appearance, every discussion, every proposal/bill/law in limbo or passed ... EVERYTHING .. so bookmark that page and keep watching (we're in day 60 or so right now).

Also, make THIS PAGE a Favorite. That's the official White House page. You can see videos (which Obama posts almost weekly now) and sign up for e-mails from the Obamas and other White House officials keeping you up to date on the Nation's progress.

It didn't end Nov. 4th or Jan. 20th ... we still have four years (give or take a couple of months) to go ... So CONTINUE to be a part of the process ... and support the President.

The haters are busy ... and we should not only prove them wrong .. we should shut them up for good.

- mahogani

SBC 411: SPAR To Host Free Health Screenings

Shreveport Public Assembly and Recreation (SPAR) and the Shreveport Fire Department will offer free blood pressure and diabetes screenings starting at 9:30 a.m. this Wednesday, March 26th.

The free screenings will be offered at the Chris Hays Community Center (4300 Illinois St).

The departments plan to offer the screenings on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month.

For more information, call Chris Hays Center Manager Preston Edwards or Recreation Specialist Sheila Issac at (318) 673-7814.

  • In other community news ... there are a lot of road closures this week, due to construction, check them all out HERE.

HEADLINES: T.I.'s Day of Reckoning + Other Stories Making News

It may not be a major story to most, but I think the story of this week will be the impending incarceration of one of the greatest rappers of our generation -- T.I.

On Friday, March 27th, the Atlanta-born artist will (pretty much) be sentenced to a 1-year (and 1 day) jail stay.

His sentencing stems from a 2007 arrest when T.I. illegally purchased firearms and silencers. Being a convicted felon on probation, that's a no-no ... so he was caught up, charged and sentenced. He was also fined $100,000.

Before his jail term, T.I. was placed on house arrest (ankle bracelet and all) and was ordered to complete 1000 hours of community service. He used his time speaking to youth about his past life as a drug dealer and hustler ... and even filmed some of his interventions for an MTV reality series, "T.I.'s Road to Redemption".

T.I. released his sixth album last year, titled "Paper Trail". The album won him several GRAMMYs and is being considered (by him and music lovers alike) as his best work to date. The majority of the album and was written and recorded while he was on house arrest.

Much love to T.I. and his family. I hope he comes out of this ordeal a better man.

(And check MTV & on Friday for more on his court hearing ... as well as TUESDAY, March 31st for what will most likely be his last on-air interview)


Wednesday, March 18

EVENT ALERT: 2009 ULM StepShow & AfterParty

Occasionally I highlight events OUTSIDE the SBC ... especially when it pertains to Greeks (or BGLOs) ... check out this weekend's big event in the Roe (Monroe for the slow folks) ...

The ULM NPHC presents one of the largest annual step shows in all of northern Louisiana. This Saturday, March 21st they will host the 2009 ULM NPHC Step Show at the Fant-Ewing Coliseum on the campus of ULM. Featured step teams: Kappa Alpha Psi, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Omega Psi Phi, Delta Sigma Theta and Alpha Phi Alpha. The event will be hosted by comedian Robert Powellas and there will guest performances by local high school step teams.

Tickets are availabe at the ULM Office of Student Life (before the show) for $7. Tickets are $10 at the door. Admission is free for children under 10 (with the purchase of one adult ticket). For more info on the show, go HERE.


The official NPHC Step Show After Party will be held at the Barak Shrine Hall in Monroe. Guests are encouraged to come dressed to impressed because the paparazzi will be in full effect. No athletic apparel (or you will get turned away).

Doors open at 10:08, but the line is anticipated to be long even before then.

Pre-sale tickets are $10. Admission the night of will cost $15 for ladies and $20 for the fellas. VIP admission is also available (which means no wait for entry, a reserved table and bottle service).

For tickets, VIP reservations or more information, contasct Thomas Craig at (434) 489-1268 or go HERE.

*** Party Hard, But Party (and drive) SAFE! ***

EVENT ALERTs: A Cage Fight, a Charity Dinner & a Model Audition

Horseshoe Casino and Hotel is proud to present CAGE KINGS professional mixed martial arts fighting at the Riverdome. The fights will take place on Friday, March 20th. Doors open at 7pm and the fights start at 8 p.m.

CAGE KINGS will be bringing in some of the top pro fighters from around the region to compete for fame. Eight featured fights will include Texas standouts, Derrick Krantz and Will Campuzano.

In the Main Event, the fighter holding the world's fastest knockout record, Cale Grady, will battle it out with Shreveport local Chad Leonhardt. Shreveporter Blake Franklin will fight against David Mitchell. Bossier City's Brandon Rondon squares off against trainer to UFC Fighters, Matt Hamilton. (All fights subject to change).

Tickets: $35, General Admission; $50, Premium Seating. Available on-line at, in the Horseshoe Gift Horse Gift Shop or by phone at (888) 512-SHOW.

Must be 18 or older to attend. For more information, visit

St. Jude Catholic Church has partnered with Habitat for Humanity to build an expansive home for nine local children who have lost their mother.

The group is planning a dinner and silent auction to start at 6:30 p.m. Saturday March 21 with a reception and silent auction at the Knights of Columbus hall on East Texas Street in Bossier City.

From 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. there will be a dinner and live auction at the hall. The gala evening will include a cash bar, hors d'oeuvres, and a silent auction.

The evening will have more than a few surprises with church deacons acting as waiters and parish priests as guests. KTAL-TV's Todd Warren will be the master of ceremonies.

  • For tickets call St. Jude Catholic Church at (318) 746-2508.

VIP ENTERTAINMENT is searching for GORGEOUS LADIES between the ages of 18 to 25 to be apart of their exclusive marketing & promotions team. Open audtions will be held this Saturday, March 21st. To reserve your spot call 318-658-6506.

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