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The “Stayover” Relationship. Have You Heard Of This?

Researchers believe they may know why marriage rates are on the decline.  Meaning people aren't getting married as much and there seems to be good reason for it too, and those who are choosing marriage are doing it later in life. 

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Casting Call For Jersey-Shore-Like Show Featuring Cajuns

Doron Ofir Casting in conjunction with 495 Productions is proud to announce the summer 2011 casting tour in the Shreveport-Bossier area in search of the hottest, proudest Gulf Southerners, Bayou residents and Cajuns to star in PARTY DOWN SOUTH (working title) by the legendary Casting Company and Production Company of MTV’s smash hit series, JERSEY SHORE. . . . the search is on for the next big television personalities who are ragin’ Cajuns and appreciate all that the Southern Gulf cities have to offer.

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Getting A Nose Job May Mean You Are Ill, Study Says

Nose jobs are nothing to sniff at.

In fact, one-third of people who have their noses surgically altered may be mentally ill, reports the New York Times.

A Belgian study suggests they may have body dysmorphic disorder, a mental condition in which sufferers agonize over minor or perceived bodily defects.

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Let’s Get To Work, Shreveport-Bossier City!

New Jersey-based RonPak, Inc., plans to invest almost $17-million to build a 155-thousand square foot manufacturing plant at the Port of Shreveport/Bossier. 

RonPak is a major supplier of food-grade consumer packaging paper products for national chains like Taco Bell and Chick Fil-A. 

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Smokey Bear and Agriculture and Forestry Commissioner Mike Strain film a public service announcement at the Burden Center in Baton Rouge on the benefits of prescribed burning. The camera operator is Jerry Mayer of Hometown Productions.
Smokey Bear and Agriculture and Forestry Commissioner Mike Strain film a public service announcement at the Burden Center in Baton Rouge on the benefits of prescribed burning. The camera operator is Jerry Mayer of Hometown Productions.
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Smokey ‘Bear’ To Be Featured In New Louisiana Ad Campaign

Agriculture and Forestry Commissioner Mike Strain said the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry (LDAF) wants to create a greater awareness among the public of the benefits of prescribed burning in the state’s forested lands.

“The Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry is kicking off a statewide prescribed burn awareness campaign to let the public know there are good fires and bad fires,” Strain said.

“Prescribed burning is a useful, environmentally friendly management tool used to improve the health of Louisiana forests.  Many people aren’t familiar with prescribed burning and do not understand the positive effects it has on certain wildland environments.” 

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