Opera In The Rock presents Double Feature: a 1950’s Night of Comic Opera November 9th & 11th at The Studio Theatre featuring three short operatic comedies in English. Staged in [ … ]
The fundamental vision of the No Kid Hungry campaign – to make nutritious meals more accessible to children – is shared with Americans in nearly every state.
Renowned for their antics and beloved as the “Chicks in Charge” of the Little Rock Marathon, Geneva Lamm and Gina Pharis work tirelessly 365 days a year to exceed all expectations with this race for every pace.
A California native, Janessa Rogerson remains an ardent advocate for National Public Radio and notes with pride the programs created by UA Little Rock for KUAR-FM.
With more than three decades devoted to community development, public policy and advocacy – Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation President & CEO works to transform Arkansas communities.
Opera In The Rock presents Troubled Island, Arkansas native William Grant Still’s historic and groundbreaking opera this weekend at UA Pulaski Tech The Centers for Humanities and Arts.
Life is an adventure for Kelly Rigby, and she wouldn’t have it any other way.
For more than 25 years, the 20th Century Club has helped families battling cancer, offering “hope away from home” at its lodge.
Trena Nosler will welcome friends and patrons to EVOLVE: A Night in the Jungle for an evening that celebrates the continued work of Centers For Youth & Families.
Betsy Singleton Snyder is recognized throughout the Capital City as a United Methodist pastor and devoted momma to four young sons.