Krewe of Barkus and Meoux Celebrates Their 20th Parade

If you are new to Bossier, one of the most important things to remember around Mardi Gras is your pet can participate too. In fact Bossier City is the location for the largest pet parade’s in the nation. The Krewe of Barkus and Meoux celebrated its twentieth parade with a SteamPunk theme. All different breeds of dogs and cats attended …

Lovin’ My Job in Bossier: Stan Cole, Century 21 Real Estate

Bossier is a thriving place for businesses, bringing great career opportunities for its residents. One of those residents who is trying to make a name for himself is Century 21 real estate agent Stan Cole. A nearly life-long resident of Bossier City, Stan is a father of three. When he’s not selling real estate, he plays golf, watches his daughter …

Theatre School of Dance and Pilates Gets a New Location

A school with a rich history now has a new home in North Bossier. Established nearly 50 years ago, The Theatre School of Dance and Pilates has settled in to its new location at 3900 Viking Drive and has held classes at its new building since Jan. 21.

What is the National Cyber Research Park in Bossier?

A short ways east of Bossier City’s center lies the future of the area. The National Cyber Research Park (NCRP) is a physical monument to vision and dedication. The anchor tenant of the park, the Cyber Innovation Center (CIC), serves as the catalyst for the development and expansion of a knowledge-based workforce throughout northwest Louisiana.

Watch Captain Cavalier Pump Up the Crowd at a BPCC Game

The BPCC Cavaliers have an ace up their sleeve this year, with a talented athlete who might end up being the MVP of more sports than one. But we’re not talking about a Bo Jackson or a Deion Sanders. We’re talking about the brand new Captain Cavalier!

5 Facts You Didn’t Know About the Bossier Civic Center

You probably drive by the Bossier Municipal Complex and Civic Center often, and maybe even visit on occasion. While you might know that the venue plays host to a lot of really great events throughout the year, we want to share with you 5 facts about the Bossier Civic Center that you probably don’t know!

How to Celebrate Valentine’s Day in Bossier According to the Five Love Languages

Remember the New York Times best selling book, “The Five Love Languages?” The book claims if you speak your partner’s love language you will learn the secret to a “love that lasts.” With exciting events and restaurant specials, if bring your sweetie out for a night in Bossier City you are sure to cover any of the five love languages. …

Your Complete Guide to Mardi Gras in Bossier

Fat Tuesday is approaching us which means there are many people ready to  celebrate Mardi Gras in Bossier. Wondering how you can get your Mardi Gras fix? Look no further because we’ve got you covered. Check out this complete guide with food, retail and events where you can celebrate the Mardi Gras season.

4 Things to Do in Bossier on a Rainy Day

When Bossier Parish needs the rain and the Barksdale bubble lets a little through, what many might not consider is on rainy days the city offers plenty of things to do. From exciting indoor games to fun found in hobbies, the city offers events and spaces for families, locals and visitors to enjoy. Here are a few things to do …