Posted On Tuesday, April 1, 2014
It’s been 15 years since Monte left his home and his family and friends in Longview, and it’s honestly a bit staggering to try and process just everything he’s been able accomplish in those 15 years. Every time he makes a hell of a career for himself, he just keeps going. And to anybody who saw him on that stage in Longview, it’s pretty obvious that ... his is really only beginning, and this is just another chapter. »more
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The Forge Bistro, April 24 @ 7 p.m.
Gladewater Rodeo Arena, April 25 @ noon
Two of my co-workers and I made a date to try this mecca of Vietnamese cuisine this month, and our preconceived views were changed once we tried our meals.
Whether you’re from the generation that heard the songs first or from a younger generation that appreciates the classics, The Diamonds concert promises to bring an evening of music that will have you singing along and taking a stroll down memory lane.
The very first year we were here we did better than the Shreveport restaurant did! We expanded down there five times until it was obvious that we had to grow. I started to build the brand new place in February of 1964 and moved in and opened the door right after Labor Day in September of 1964. The new place was expanded three times, but I didn’t want to make it too big because if you get too big, you lose control of the quality.
... This painting was later called The Night Watch because by the 18th century it was so darkened by time that it looked like a night scene. After it was cleaned, the militia company stepped out of a gloomy courtyard into the blinding sunlight. It is now popularly called The Day Watch!
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