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November 9, 2017 | View PDF



Onyx Flow & Throw

If you can rap, sing or freestyle come show your stuff Thurs. Night at the ONYX Thursday. Open Mic Night begins at 9pm. Onyx Lounge open Tues. –Sat. 9pm-3am @Onyx

Lounge- @the onyxlounge

New Girl’s Clothes & Shoes

Over 200 items of Girl’s Clothes sizes 12 &14 Winter/ Summer coats, dresses, jeans, blouses etc,; Girls Shoes sizes 3 & 4 Jordan, Timberland, Nike-$1000 value for only $300. Call 318.450.5073 before it’s too late!

Energy Costs Soar

Louisianans are spending nearly $6,500 annually on energy, which for a low-income Louisianan living at the poverty line, translates to over 54 percent of their individual income

NAACP Monthly Meeting

The Monroe/Ouachita Parish Branch #6068 Monthly Meeting Thurs. November 9, 6 p.m. at Harvey H. Benoit Community Center 1700 Oaklawn St., Monroe LA.

Vehicle License or Title

In a hurry and need Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) vehicle title, transfer, tag, registrations. Duplicates & renewals, need to buy or rent a house visit “Super T” 1612 Garrett Rd. Monroe LA down past Sam’s Club or call 318.855.3899 or 318.509.8150.

Laugh of a Lifetime

Aunt Susie & Crew Gospel Comedy Show, Live In Monroe Saturday November 11, 7pm, Wossman High School 1600 Arizona Ave. Monroe LA, $10 /”VIP” / With Reception $25/$15 at the Door. More Info 318- 791-2392

High Utilities Force Tough Decisions

The poorest among us pay more than they can afford for their utility bills and energy assistance programs struggle to meet the demand.

Early Voting

Early voting started Friday, Nov. 3 and ends Saturday, Nov.11. Because of low turn-out always, let’s show the parish, state and country what voters do, and that is Get-Out-and-Vote for State Treasurer. For a ride to the poll call your local NAACP Branch. Election Day is Nov 18 Please Vote. Your vote does make a difference Sponsored by Jackson Parish Branch NAACP, Windy Calahan, President and District G State, Vice President.

Bringing Home Dangerous Chemicals

The chemical industry has been using a class of toxic plastic softeners, called phthalates (pronounced ‘THAL-lates’), in everything from cleaning products to children’s toys. Although not everyone knows about phthalates, scientists know they are linked to lowered IQs, reproductive harm, learning disabilities, and even asthma.

Trouble

The most expensive ordeal one can easily get into is trouble. Trouble costs so much because there are so many hands that have to be paid that it will have the poor among us living from check to check broke for a long time! Too many hands are out when trouble arises!

Cold Cuts

Southside King of Jena‘s Professional Hair Salon on Plum St. in Monroe, LA.

Veterans Forum

Saturday November 11, Mount Olivet Baptist Church 500 Swayze Street • Monroe LA, W.L. Brannon Hall, 2918 Maddox Street (Building behind the Church) 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. Public forum dedicated to connecting Veterans, service members, and their families to local resources. Information on VA Benefits- Claims / Appeal Process and VA Health Care Benefits/Services topics discussed. more info John Wilson 318-547-0560 or [email protected]

New Exhibitions

Masur Museum of Art in Monroe LA is proud to present three new exhibitions, featuring artists: Pat Phillips, Victoria Smith, and Terence C. Williams, II. The Museum is currently closed to the public while we are installing the new art, but we will re-open November 11, 2017 with normal business hours.

Domestic Abuse Crisis

In an abusive relationship, need help and don’t know where to go or who to call? Domestic abuse crisis line is answered 24/7. The phone number is (318) 323-1505.

Shawnuff BBQ Best in Town

Right off I-20 and Hwy 165 S Shawnuff BBQ is here to serve you Tues.-Fri. New Hours 11am – until all the food is gone. On Sat. 11am -2pm get here early to enjoy lip-smacking bbq, and koolaide. So good you don’t have to say grace, already blessed and there are 3 sides to every plate beans, potato salad and slaw, your choice. Call ahead 318.855.3652.

Radio Advertising

Call Art Edwards 318 680.1691 or 318.388.2323 and forget the fancy title Art sells radio advertising for 6 radio stations. Give Art a call. He can make your event successful!

Blues & Soul Report - PPW’s Top 10 Blues

1. Do Thanks – Vick Allen

2. Kiss it Goodbye -Lomax

3. I Need A Drank – Big Robb

4. Slow Motion – Lamorris Williams

5. Side Piece Motel – David Brinston

6. Baby Sitter -Charles Williams

7. Grown Folks Spot – Donnie Ray

8. I’m in Love By Myself – Peggy Scott

9. Deadbeat Lover – Chris Ivey

10. Call Me -Nelson Curry

Community Conversation

The 318 Community Ambassadors are back on the radio Majic 97.3, 10 am. Brother Brian Johnson motivates & educates every Sat. at the Roundtable where you can EAT (Evaluate All Things). Check it out and lock it down!

Handyman Services

Experienced Reasonable Service, mowing, tree cutting, dirt leveling, chain link fence repair, landscaping, painting, firewood, fence row cleaning and more need the job done right the first time- call 318.512.0715. references. Reliable, dependable and professional.

Rob Lloyd Top 8 Smooth Jazz

1. NATHAN EAST-Reverence

2. RICK BRAUN-Around The Horn

3. NORMAN BROWN-Let It Go

4. MARC ANTOINE-Laguna Beach

5. PAUL BROWN-One Way Back

6. RICHARD ELLIOT-Summer Madness

7. GERALD ALBRIGHT- G

8. LINDSAY WEBSTER- Back To Your Heart

 

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