Having joined The Times during November 2004, Alexandyr Kent has worked as a public service journalist, movie industry reporter, performing arts critic, features writer and Preview editor.
In July 2008, he led coverage for the All Pedal, No Gas series on bicycle commuting, which earned a first place prize in the Lifestyles category of the Louisiana-Mississippi Associated Press Managing Editors’ annual contest.
Kent produces stories in many formats, including print, video and audio. He authors the Louisiana Movies blog. He also serves as field producer for Civil Rights: Then and Now. The ongoing multimedia series showcases interviews with Shreveport’s Civil Rights leaders.
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