Josh Madden

Danielle Kelley Tolbird / NELA Arts Council

The Northeast Louisiana Arts Council is hosting the Brown Bag Concert Series each Wednesday in April at noon. The series showcases local musicians in a free outdoor setting open to the public.

At each of the concerts, there are cookies, lemonade, and water available in the park. Chairs are provided, but the public is also encouraged to bring picnic blankets or lawn chairs as well. This year's concert series has a food truck at each of the concerts.

Melinda Young Stuart / https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/

Strauss Theatre presents "Smoke on the Mountain," a story about a gospel singing family traveling to a North Carolina church, February 15-24.

Fighting Hunger with the Food Bank

Sep 7, 2017
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September is the National Hunger Action Month, and the Northeast Louisiana Food Bank has prepared many opportunities over September to serve the hungry in the community. 

In Northeast Louisiana alone there are over 73,000 people facing hunger. The NELA Food Bank is inviting the community to stand up against this fact during the month of September.

The first event of the month will take place September 7th, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The community is invited to go eat out at WhataBurger in Monroe that night, and a portion of their proceeds will be donated to the Food Bank.

KEDM Roots Revival has announced the  lineup for our show.  The event is at 7 p.m. Thursday night August 10 at Live Oaks Bar and Ballroom and features many of the areas most prominent musical acts. A $5 cover charge will benefit 90.3 KEDM Public Radio. 

Scheduled to perform are: Doug Duffey, Brian Sivils and Kirby Rambin, Kenny Bill Stinson, Blues Heals, Josh Madden, Amy Schmitt Madden, Toby Trayler , Jig The Alien, Joel Jordon Astro Motel, Twin City Roots,Hadacol Choir, Monty Russell, and General Patterson.