Thursday, June 21 2018 is International Day of Yoga. Well how did the International Day of Yoga get started?! First, we’ll start with where it began. It began where yoga began in India.
With the heat of summer already here in Arkansas, many people choose to cool off by going for a swim. At the Arkansas Department of Health, we encourage parents to always ensure their children are swimming safely.
Guest blog by Sarah Thomas Pilcher Strawberries! Strawberries! What’s not to love about this HEART-shaped fruit? Strawberries are packed with amazing health benefits including improved eye health and proper brain function as [ … ]
Roughly one in every four deaths in the United States can be attributed to heart disease. That’s 610,000 each year.
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.
On May 10th, Central Arkansas Rescue Effort for Animals, Inc. (“CARE”) will host one of its most visible and popular events, Paws on the Runway 2018: Vanity Fur.
Celebrate spring with stawberries and coconuts!
A fitting climax to Ballet Arkansas’ most successful season to date, Ballet Arkansas in Concert takes the stage May 4-6th at the Arkansas Repertory Theatre.
Books are calm and quiet—white pages, black type—but on those pages, the words are loud, influential, bold and colorful, encouraging us to dream and daring us to be unapologetic in our pursuit of excellence.
Each year UA Little Rock Public Radio hosts on-air fund drives to speak directly to listeners and to raise essential funds for programming and operations of two public radio stations: KUAR FM 89.1 and KLRE Classical 90.5.