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Chris Lyon

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Chris is a filmmaker and journalist. He is a founding member of ReForm Shreveport and Prize Foundation and advocates for equity in government, education, economy, and the community.

Shreveport announces misdemeanor summons for ignoring the COVID-19 stay-at-home order

The City of Shreveport has stepped to the plate in a new way as the local COVID-19 health emergency landed our community...

Stage Center Shreveport’s production of Sorkin’s ‘A Few Good Men’ is...

One would hardly recognize Shreveport Regional Arts Council's black box performance space known as The Engine Room upon entering for Stage Center's...

All Y’all’s next storytelling event “Let’s Eat” rings the dinner bell...

All Y'all returns for its fifteenth, yes FIFTEENTH, storytelling event on Sunday, November 4th at Red River Brewing Company in downtown Shreveport. The theme...

Film Prize’s “Parklet” Showed the Potential of Human-Scaled Spaces in Shreveport

Disclaimer: The author of this article works with Prize Foundation and ReForm Shreveport, organizations this article is about. It was written in partnership with...

John-Paul Young to Drop Out of the Race for Shreveport Mayor...

Little more than a week has passed since qualifying ended, and it appears now a second candidate is pulling up stakes. Based an email sent...

Federal Judge Dismisses the Lawsuit Meant to Stop Removal of Caddo...

On Wednesday, July 25th, U.S. District Judge Robert G. James in Monroe dismissed the lawsuit filed by the United Daughters of the Confederacy against...

City of Shreveport Allocates Federal Grant Funds to Construct Common Park...

In 2009, following the devastating fire at Shreveport Regional Arts Council's building in downtown, SRAC acquired and renovated the old Central Fire Station (dedicated...

Shreveport Tax Renewals: Why We Need Them (and Why We Might...

Shreveport citizens are currently caught in the midst of a battle over a tax renewal. Six proposals up for vote this month aim to...

Shreveport Awarded $500,000 for a Civil Rights Museum at Old Galilee...

The U.S. Department of Interior and National Park Service announced that the City of Shreveport will receive $500,000 for physical preservation of the Old...

Shreveport’s Bus System Just Got Added to Google Maps

Last summer, Valerie DeLatte and I made a video for the Heliopolis Page on Facebook which talked about the changes that were coming to SporTran....