Hi, we’re Claire Thompson and Jasmine Zandi. This summer, we are the No Kid Hungry Youth Ambassadors at the Arkansas Hunger Relief Alliance.
UCA’s Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre Festival is halfway through its season, but two works are still to be performed – with Julius Caesar opening this weekend.
This summer, say “hello” to Kahlua – a Mexican coffee-flavored liqueur comprised of rum and vanilla bean.
The pajama trend is something I have been a huge fan of for a while now. It intimidated me a bit, which I like. For me, outfits that push me out of my comfort zone are the best.
Grass Roots Farmers’ Cooperative recently announced a special promotion for Father’s Day that includes a donation to Heifer International. In the weeks leading up to the holiday, they’ll be offering a grilling-focused bundle of their meats, and they’ll be donating 10 percent of the sale price of each package sold to the nonprofit organization.
Wedding venue? Check. The perfect dress? Check. Destination honeymoon plans? Check. Almost everyone preparing for a wedding has some sort of checklist that guides their decision making. You prepare for anything and everything, but when you book your destination honeymoon, are you preparing for Zika?
Created in 1915 at the New York Bar in Paris, this drink gets its name from the powerful French 75mm field gun, and the “kick” it delivers.
The Arkansas Children’s Hospital Auxiliary reflects a legacy of women committed to the hospital’s mission and determined to generate additional support for the renowned care it provides. As the auxiliary celebrates 50 years of service, its membership – now 500 women strong – is comprised of female civic leadership as diverse as its portfolio of programming that continues to generate funding for the organization.
As Riverfest enjoys four decades of live music and community service along the banks of the Arkansas River, it’s the quality entertainment and consistent leadership that continue to exceed expectations year after year. During its tenure only three outstanding individuals have served as executive director – a testament to the steadfast commitment of not only the volunteers, but also the professional stature of the organization.
With a tenure that spans two decades, the Hot Springs Music Festival welcomes more than 100 international musicians to the Spa City for an eclectic series of performances, open rehearsals and national radio broadcasts. Associate Director Lynn Payette promises this year’s festival – with its signature international flare and local charm – will not disappoint.