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 [ … ]
My Cornbread Memories Janis Kearney shares beloved cornbread memories in preparation for this year’s Arkansas Cornbread Festival in SoMa this Saturday – October 27. I can’t imagine there are many [ … ]
The Party with a Heart Grease Sing-A-Long is Saturday, September 15, and one thing that distinguishes it among Central Arkansas fundraising events is that it’s a party for women only. Is a women’s night out really that much fun?
People have been eating olive oil for thousands of years and it is now more popular than ever, thanks to its many proven health benefits and its culinary usefulness.
When you hear someone is drowning, what image comes to mind? The Hollywood version of loud splashing, waving and frantic cries for help?
It’s August and that can only mean one thing- back-to-school shopping!
Periodically, parents express concerns about dry drowning, typically after there has been social media report or magazine article using this term.
Guest Blog by Sarah Thomas Pilcher Summertime is road trip season! Whether it’s a family trip or girls trip, we all have to stop for food. That’s one of the [ … ]
Guest blog by Arvest Bank Have a Holly, Jolly … July?! Why Your Holiday Savings Should Start Now Well, once again we blinked and it is somehow July! Which means [ … ]
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.