It has been a great year here at Be Bossier! We have published so many great stories on the people of Bossier. In this blog, we wanted to countdown our most popular blogs and remember the amazing stories we have shared this year.
When you’re craving a nice cold brew, where should you go? Here are some of the best places in Bossier to stop by and grab a beer!
The rumble in the skies this weekend won’t be thunder, it will be the sound of freedom filling the airspace above Barksdale with the return of the Defenders of Liberty Air & Space Show at Barksdale Air Force Base, May 18 and 19, beginning at 11 a.m.
The East Bank District has taken off ever since it opened almost two years ago, and now it’s adding another tenant with a Gulf Coast style oyster restaurant and daiquiri bar. The Frozen Pirogue, located at 515 Barksdale Blvd., will feature oysters served up in several different ways, appetizers, a large selection of daiquiris and a full bar.
It comes as no surprise that business owners are choosing Bossier – one of the fastest-growing cities in Louisiana. New businesses range from wrestling – BBQ combinations to axe throwing (yes, axe throwing) and well-known franchises to family-owned startups. The New Year is already showing signs of this trend continuing with a variety of new businesses opening their doors. Here are a few Bossier Parish businesses to enjoy.
On Sept. 22, 2001, a group of Air Force bombers left Barksdale Air Force Base. Leading the fleet of the 20th Bomb Squadron as the first plane out was Lieutenant Colonel Stephen L. Heflin. 18, years later, his daughter is continuing his legacy.