Mike Ross prepares for Mike’s personal background: where he’s from, how he was raised, his small town and small business roots, etc.
Today we will find out what contractor could potentially build the new Broadway Bridge. it's one of nearly 50 road improvement projects the Arkansas state highway and transportation department will soon be awarding bids to.
The Wartime Escape: Margret and H.A. Rey's Journey from France More than three generations of Americans have grown up reading the stories of an irrepressible little brown monkey known in this country as "Curious George." But few people know about the incredible journey made by his creators, Margret and H.A. Rey, to escape the Nazi invasion of Paris at the start of World War II. Stashing a few precious belongings and manuscripts in their knapsacks and the baskets of their bicycles, the Jewish couple fled Paris in June 1940, starting a five-month odyssey by bike, train and boat that would eventually bring them to American shores. Beginning in the years prior to the war, "The Wartime Escape" explores the Rey's early creative collaborations and traces how the story of George himself (originally titled "The Adventures of Fifi") spanned the wartime period. The monkey emerged as a character in one of the Rey's pre-World War II stories, and the manuscript that became Curious George was already in progress by 1939. However, wartime constraints on printing as well as the general turmoil of the period prevented the original contract from being fulfilled. When the Reys were forced to flee Paris along with thousands of other refugees in advance of the German occupation, the manuscript and illustrations for the book were among the few personal possessions that they managed to take with them. Escaping via Spain and Portugal, then across the Atlantic to Brazil, the Reys finally reached the United States in October 1940. A month later, they received a new contract from Houghton Mifflin for "The Adventures of Fifi," later re-titled "The Adventures of Curious George."
With great excitement, the Benton Area Chamber of Commerce and the Saline Memorial Health Foundation are partnering with support from presenting sponsor Everett Buick GMC to bring to Benton and Saline County the fourth Glitz & Garland. Glitz & Garland, the premier event of the Saline County holiday season, will be held at the new Benton Event Center. This shopping extravaganza features specialty shopping in one location. Merchants from around the country will offer jewelry, children’s items, accessories, collectibles, clothing, and much more.
WalletHub analyzed the 150 largest metropolitan statistical areas in the United States to determine where the most educated Americans are choosing to settle..Little Rock came in at 87th. It also ranked Little Rock, Arkansas #2 in doctors per capita. What are your thoughts on this survey?
Miss Arkansas Ashton Campbell helped out with #4things2know
Miss Arkansas Ashton Campbell shared her journey to the Miss America Pageant and what her future plans are as Miss Arkansas.
The Science and Engineering Readiness Index, which grades states on their K-12 preparation of future scientists and engineers, ranked Arkansas 41 or the bottom state in their "Below Average" category. To try an make an impact on this ranking, I'm trying to raise money to purchase a digital portable planetarium, as part of a 'mobile space science center. He's bringing in telescopes and other astronomy stuf
Ashton Samuelson, owner of Tacos 4 Life recently announced that Tacos 4 Life has raised 100,000 lifesaving meals through Tacos 4 Life's Meal for Meal program. "Today, it is with great excitement, that the Tacos 4 Life family announces that we've reached 100,000 meals toward helping end world childhood hunger since opening this summer. The people of Central Arkansas have been so supportive of us. This milestone is less about our restaurant and more about them and their embrace of our mission. Thank you so much for your support," he said. Tacos 4 Life and its customers have an opportunity to help end childhood hunger around the globe. The strategy is simple; Tacos 4 Life will donate the funds necessary to Feed My Starving Children to purchase one meal for every taco that is sold in the restaurant - "Meal 4 Meal." "This is only the beginning for Tacos 4 Life," said Samuelson. "There is a lot of need, but it's exciting to see the mission of Pitza 42 and Tacos 4 Life working in a tangible way. Pitza 42 (opened almost three years ago) is the sister restaurant and was founded with the same Meal 4 Meal mission. To date both restaurants have raised a combined total of 461,000 meals."
Rance Golden with Total Rance Live shared his thoughts on the newly crowned Miss America's talent.
We are thrilled to announce that this year's tour is the live debut of The Christmas Attic! “After kicking off the New Year in front of two million fans at Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate, followed by our second European tour, the band felt that a perfect way to end the year would be to perform the only rock opera from the trilogy that has never been seen live. Some of the songs off The Christmas Attic have never been played live. As I have always said ‘it is fun to write the songs, it is fun to record them, but they are never really completed until we perform them in front of a live arena audience’. Of course the second half of the show will feature TSO iconic classics and fan favorites such as 'Wizards In Winter,' 'Requiem' and 'Christmas Eve/ Sarajevo 12/24'". - Paul O'Neill (TSO creator, lyricist and composer) The Christmas Attic will also be re-released to coincide with the tour, complete with downloadable bonus tracks, as well as a special vinyl edition. The album's (and stage production's) narrative begins on Christmas Eve, when a young girl's curiosity leads her to a night of mischief and magic. She decides to sneak up into the attic of her parents' home while she should be asleep and there discovers a magical doorway to the past in the form of a mysterious trunk filled with ornaments, toys, old records and bundles of handwritten letters. A startling discovery in one of the letters, leads to an unlikely adventure. We’d also like to invite you to explore our new website, which integrates our old band website with our fan club (trans-siberianexpress.com) into a single site. We will be rolling out some great new features and content in the coming months so come back soon! In the meantime, if you were a member of the trans-siberianexpress.com, you can login to our new website using the same username and password that you used before. We encourage you to do this before the fan club pre-sale to make sure you don’t run into any issues in the future!
Miss Arkansas bringing home the title of 2nd runner up at the Miss America pageant. Our viewers shared their thoughts on the pageant.
Congressman Tim Griffin shares what he is doing to prepare for the race for Lt. Governor. The general election is just over a month away.
Greg Dee re-enacts Miss New Yorks Talent performance at the Miss America Pageant.
Miss Arkansas Ashton Campbell bringing home the title of 2nd runner up at the Miss America pageant.
Arkansas students are about a month in to the new school year and The Department of Education now pushing for better communication between parents and teachers.
Razorback Radio Correspondent Bo Mattingly breaks down the Arkansas vs. Texas Tech Game.
Arkansas razorback fandom starts early in life for natural state kids... We all learn to call the hogs - sometimes before we can walk ... But one Independence county fan has taken his devotion to the next level... Now a fan hall of famer - Canaan Sandy has had a year unlike any other - this is Canaan's journey.
Greg Dee breaks down the latest in technology news with his Monday morning Geek Fix report. Apple will keep an 'unprecedented' 0.015% cut of everything you buy with Apple Pay. The NSA broke into big German networks to map their data traffic. It sounds like HBO is getting ready to drop a bomb on the cable industry. Netflix officially says 'enchante' to France.
All proceeds benefit Arkansas Hospice at this event reflecting the sights and sounds of an old-fashioned state fair. Please join us for an evening filled with food, fun, friends, libations, games, auctions, live music and, of course, Craig O'Neill as Master of Ceremonies! Tickets are $40 per person. The event will be at the Metroplex/Team Summit (formerly Clear Channel Metroplex), located at 10800 Colonel Glenn Rd. in Little Rock. The door will open at 6:30 p.m. For more information, please call the Arkansas Hospice Foundation at 501-748-3300 or visit www.afairtoremember.org.
Josh Blevens and Bill Vickery talked about how important the Gubernatorial debate that will air next Friday on KARK is for the state. Also they discussed President Obama's speech on Isis.
Triple Chocolate Milkshake Ingredients: For the shake- 3 Large scoops "Death by Chocolate Ice Cream" (or any 3 chocolate ice cream) 2 Tbsp heavy cream 2 Tbsp milk For the candied bacon- 1-2 Pieces bacon, cooked 2 Tsp brown sugar 1- 1 1/2 Tsp syrup Pinch Cayenne pepper To assemble- Chocolate sauce Chilled mug or mason jar 1 Brownie Waffle or 1 Basic Waffle, cut in half Whipped cream, optional Chocolate shavings, optional Directions: Make the candied bacon, and allow to cool slightly. For the bacon- Preheat oven to 350. Line a baking sheet with foil and spray liberally with non-stick cooking spray. Place slices of cooked bacon on the prepared baking sheet. Drizzle one side with honey, followed by the brown sugar and cayenne, turn over and repeat the process. Place in preheated oven and cook until the brown sugar has melted and begun to crisp up. Once the bacon is crisp, remove from oven and allow to cool slightly. Carefully remove from pan and transfer to a plate or cooling rack to cool. For the Milkshake- Place ice cream, cream and milk in a blender and pulse until smooth and well incorporated. To assemble- Drizzle the inside walls of the chilled mug with chocolate sauce. Pour the milkshake in the glass. Garnish with waffle sticks, bacon, whipped cream and chocolate shavings. Peanut Butter, Banana Fluffernutter Stuffed Waffles 1 Can Pillsbury Grands Butter Biscuits 1-2 Bananas, quartered lengthwise and sliced 3 Tbsp packed brown sugar 8 Tsp peanut butter 1/3-1/2 Cup marshmallows Directions: Place bananas and brown sugar in a bowl and toss to combine. Set aside. Turn on Belgian waffle iron and allow to preheat. Cut biscuits in half lengthwise. Spread a teaspoon of peanut butter on 8 of the biscuits, top with a heaping tablespoon of bananas, followed by marshmallows. Top each of the biscuits with the other halves, press sides to seal. Spray non-stick cooking spray on the waffle iron. Place 1-2 stuffed waffles (depending on size of waffle iron), in the waffle iron and gently close but do not press as it will settle during the cooking process. Allow to cook for 3-4 minutes, until biscuits are golden and cooked through. Drizzle with syrup, melted peanut butter or powdered sugar.
The inaugural Little Rock Polo Classic will be held on Saturday, September 13, 2014 at Windrush Polo Farm at 21002 Burlingame Road in west Little Rock. Please join us for an afternoon of fun, benefiting HEARTS & HOOVES, central Arkansas' premier therapeutic riding center. Tailgating, Tents, Libations, Food Trucks, Entertainment and FUN! GATES OPEN AT 2:00. MATCH STARTS AT 4:00
Date: Saturday, September 13, 2014 Time: 9:00 AM Location: Big Dam Bridge - Cooks Landing Side Crystal Hill & I-430 North Little Rock, Arkansas 72113 Race Day Registration Fee: $35.00
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is launching Taste of the Outdoors to introduce people interested in sustainable, local and organic food to hunting. This is a natural pairing because wild game is a healthful, low-impact source of protein. The AGFC will accept applications Sept. 1-14. Twelve applicants 18 or older who have little or no hunting experience will be selected. Preference will be given to applicants from central Arkansas who enjoy the outdoors and have a favorable view of hunting. The only cost of the program is $25 to purchase an Arkansas hunting license. The program is a five-part series designed to teach participants the basics of harvesting, processing and preparing wild game. Tentative schedule: Sept. 20 Hunter education/firearms training. Oct. 11 Deer hunt. Oct. 14 Deer processing. Nov. 22 Squirrel hunt. Dec. 4 Wild game potluck.
Atrial fibrillation , also known as AFib, is the most common serious heart rhythm disorder and causes 15 percent of strokes in the United States. AFib is an irregular and chaotic rhythm of the top chamber of the heart - atrium. Top chamber of the heart can’t contract in an organized pattern – it simply quivers. That causes a rapid and irregular heartbeat. It in turn compromises mechanical efficiency and limits the heart from its ability to meet the body’s demands. Most of us would feel a rapid heartbeat. Symptoms include a pounding, fluttering, irregular or slow heartbeat. The sensation of feeling the heart beating. Dizziness. Fainting. Feeling very tired. Shortness of breath. Not being able to exercise. In elderly, even Confusion. You should contact your doctor if you have these symptoms.
Pat Walker is learning how to bake the cakes at Mickey's Cakes and Sweets.
Asa Hutchinson recently released a new ad featuring his granddaughter. The Hutchinson campaign says the new ad highlights the candidate's plan to have all high schools across Arkansas offer computer science courses that include coding or software programming. “This new ad is about creating opportunities for our kids. Students that learn computer coding learn to think logically and systematically about problems. The opportunities are almost endless for students that have these skills because the demand in the workplace is growing; and a boy or girl like my granddaughter Ella Beth can even use this knowledge to express their own ideas and create businesses. That’s how we can create jobs in Arkansas, by growing entrepreneurs with skills in demand across the country," Hutchinson said in a statement included in a news release about the new ad. "If only 20% of our high school students learn computer science, we will be graduating almost 6,000 students per year that can do computer programing. This has the potential of changing the economic future of Arkansas and creating thousands of high paying jobs,” Hutchinson's statement continued.
Join the supporters, campers, volunteers, fans, staff and friends of Camp Aldersgate during the 31st annual Fish Fry on Sunday, September 14, 2014. Camp Aldersgate is Arkansas' only non-profit dedicated to serving children and youth with special needs in a camp environment. This year's Fish Fry Chairs are Dave and Diane Roberts and daughter Alex, who is diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy and is an active KOTA Camper at Camp Aldersgate. This year's event is scheduled for Sunday, September 14 from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Camp Aldersgate located at 2000 Aldersgate Road, Little Rock, Arkansas. Activities include: live music, cupcake walk, face painting, country store, carousel rides, Merchants' Pavilion, kids' fishing derby, Arkansas Game and Fish Mobile Aquarium, bingo and much more! Tickets are $15 per person; kids 6 and under are free. Tickets may be purchased online at www.campaldersgate.net <http://www.campaldersgate.net> or on site. This year's event will again offer a drive-thru service at OrthoArkansas. Parking and a free shuttle will be provided to and from Pediatrics Plus (1900 Aldersgate Road) and OrthoArkansas (entrance located on Aldersgate Road)
It’s an inspirational nationwide dancing phenomenon to raise money and awareness for breast cancer. This year, UAMS and MEMS is participating in the 2014 Pink Glove Dance Competition and they’re hoping you can help them win the grand prize that will help the 20th Century Club’s Lodge.
Coffee drinkers take note, the price of your morning brew is about to go up. Keurig Green Mountain, makers of the popular single-serve Keurig machines, announced that it will raise the cost of its K-cup packets by up to 9% starting November 3. The price hike comes roughly five months after the company revealed its Keurig 2.0 machines, whichpack built-in DRM to limit competition. Keurig attributes the price hike to recent droughts and disappointing coffee harvests in South America, which have raised the price of Arabica beans by as much as 50%. However, the price increase is especially hurtful to consumers because Keurig's new machines will only work with Keurig-approved K-cups. Older machines worked with third-party K-cups, which allowed for a more competitive K-cup market and cheaper prices. With these new DRM-style machines, consumers have no choice but to buy Keurig-approved K-cups, since the new machines will not recognize unlicensed pods. Despite the crackdown, Keurig hopes it can retain customers by arguing that its new locked-down systems will ensure a high quality brew with each cup. The new 2.0 machines, which are rumored to start at $189, will also pack new features such as the ability to brew a 4-cup carafe and a preferences button, so users can program brewing preferences into their machines. Whether this will be enough to please its customers has yet to be seen, but one thing is certain, even as Keurig's patents on its pods expire, the company is making sure it keeps tight control of its profits. And that's not surprising, as U.S.sales of pods tripled to $3.1 billion between 2011 and 2013, according to market research firm Mintel Group.
Sherwood Fest is Saturday, September 27th from 9 a.m. until dark at Sherwood Forest at 1111 Maryland Avenue. Admission is free.
Arkansans will decide whether to raise the state's minimum wage to 7-dollars and 50-cents starting next year. The Secretary of State's Office certified the ballot measure after verifying the group "Give Arkansas a Raise Now" turned in at least 8-thousand more signatures than it needed to.
Proposals is hosting a trunk show by acclaimed hair accessories designer Ellen Hunter of NY. With her Arkansas roots, Ellen has made a huge impact in NY where celebrities like Beyonce, Carrie Underwood and Nicole Richie to name a few are her fans. She also will have in her collection special bridal headpieces that are featured at Kleinfelds and Bergdorf Goodman and in In Style Weddings. During the event we will be providing makeovers by Chanel artists from Dillard's as well as hair styling tips for brides to be from Stevie McFarland of Studio XS.
This year's fall litter-pickup campaign runs through Oct. 31. With local events scheduled nearly every weekend for the next two months, there are plenty of opportunities for Arkansans to volunteer in activities that will improve the appearance and environmental quality of The Natural State. "With 85 events already scheduled, we expect this year's event to be record-breaking," said Robert Phelps, director of KAB. "We hope that registrations continue to pour in over the next several weeks. All groups and organizations, no matter how large or small, are encouraged to participate in a local Great Arkansas Cleanup" Those who would like to organize a litter-pickup event in their community or to volunteer with a local event can visit KeepArkansasBeautiful.com, email email@example.com or call toll-free 888-742-8701. Once a community signs on to host a Great Arkansas Cleanup (GAC) event, Keep Arkansas Beautiful will help organize and publicize the effort. KAB can furnish local volunteers with cleanup materials and supplies, such as trash bags, gloves and safety vests. Other available promotional items and incentives include T-shirts and an opportunity to win a Troy-Bilt® trimmer/blower. Last year's GAC featured 135 local events across the state involving more than 24,000 Arkansans who picked up 415,000 pounds of litter from Arkansas roadways and shorelines. The volunteer effort provided the state and participating communities a cost-saving value estimated at more than $850,000. The Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality, Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Keep Arkansas Beautiful Foundation and Keep America Beautiful Inc. are sponsoring this year's Great Arkansas Cleanup by providing needed cleanup supplies and support for GAC participants.
Coming off a convention at which they vowed to do "whatever it takes" to win $15 and the right to form a union, Little Rock fast-food workers will walk off their jobs Thursday for the first time as their movement intensifies and continues to spread. Workers are expected to strike at Little Rock's major fast-food restaurants, including McDonald's, Burger King, Wendy's and KFC. Clergy, elected officials and community supporters will join fast-food workers on the strike lines. WHO: Workers at McDonald's, Wendy's, Burger King; Community Supporters, Clergy and Elected officials WHAT: Fast-Food Worker Strike WHEN: Thursday, September 4 at 7:30 am CT
…September is coming up and we are getting ready for Hunger Action Month. We usually have a calendar of events for the entire month and it all kicks off with Hunger Action Day on Thursday, September 4th. On September 5th, anti-hunger advocates across the nation are showing their support for feeding programs like the Arkansas Foodbank by Going Orange - And here's how we're doing it in Little Rock: Wear Orange! Dress in orange today to show your support for ending hunger. Drink Orange at Participating Restaurants! Show your support in ending hunger by drinking a specially-concocted Hunger Action Month cocktail at these restaurants: Party Orange! Murray Park Pavilion 1 and 2 6-8 pm We're turning orange on Thursday, September 5 in honor of Hunger Action Month, and we're taking the bridges with us! We'll start things off at Murray Park, where orange-themed drinks, snacks and games will put your family in a festive mood. Bring your orange-dressed pets along! Walk Orange! Little Rock Big Dam Bridge Entrance 8-9 pm At 8 pm, we'll gather at Murray Park's Pavilions 1 and 2 for a moonlit stroll to the center of the Big Dam Bridge and a good look at the orange lights hitting the water.
Mallory Brooks and Greg Dee put new anchor Aaron Nolan through multiple test to be apart of the KARK 4 Today team.
Greg Dee joined the KARK 4 Today fantasy football team league with the team name "Thunder Boomers".
The KARK 4 Today joining together to play fantasy football. Team names include: JustTIme Thunder Boomers silent pictures Graceful Rance Tha Golden 1 Bro Namath Loud Mouth Celebrity Rehab Henry 29 Nolan Matters
Coco Chanel is elegantly dressed at all times in her tortoiseshell fur coat - a tricolor ensemble of orange, black and a touch of white. Her cool green eyes are the perfect accessory. Like many chic women, Coco hides her age well. She is actually 7 years old, but appears and behaves as a younger cat. She enjoys sitting in a lap and being gently stroked as she purrs.Unfortunately, she was abandoned by her previous owner and a Good Samaritan rescued her and brought her to the Humane Society of Pulaski County. Coco would be a lovely companion for anyone and is friendly with other cats. 1. dog wash saturday sep. 6, 9-2, trinity united methodist church, evergreen & mississippi, $15 donation per dog, regardless of size. 2. mark your calendar for september 13. (saturday) "brews and barks" beer tasting, dog-friendly, at diamond bear brewing co., 600 n. broadway, 2pm-5pm, $25 advance plus hot dog cookoff contest!! ($20 entry fee) 3. we are ready to accept sponsorships, and donations of merchandise, services, and gift certificates for reigning cats and dogs this fall. firstname.lastname@example.org
Current licenses, HIP, how to scout for dove, rules and regulations, limits, ask permission, best ammo to use, why it's a good hunt to take kids on, dove recipes, dove decoys (robo dove), camo, gun safety, take plenty of water, bug spray, etc….some good public lands to hunt dove, firing ranges to practice……etc.
Outlets at Little Rock will be a truly distinctive shopping destination in Little Rock, Arkansas. Featuring some of the best brand names, this 325,000 square foot outlet center will include approximately 75 stores and be adjacent to the only Bass Pro Shops store in Arkansas. With no other outlet center within 145 miles, Outlets at Little Rock will fill a significant retail void in the market and be a strong state-wide draw. Outlets at Little Rock will have excellent highway access and visibility with its location at the intersection of I-30 and I-430 and with 95,000 cars driving by the site daily. The center is slated to open in the summer of 2015.
Jazz in the Park returns to Little Rock for part two of the second season - STARTS TONIGHT!! · Wednesday nights September, 6-8 PM · COMPLETELY FREE! · Located at the History Pavilion in Riverfront Park - just west of the First Security Amphitheatre - closest entry point is off Ottenheimer Drive off of President Clinton Ave. · In case of rain, the West Pavilion will be the alternate location · No coolers are allowed · Beer, wine, soft drinks and water are available for sale, with a portion of the proceeds going to benefit Sculpture at the River Market · Lawn chairs & blankets welcome · Show Schedule: o September 3 - Rodney Block o September 10 - Julia Buckingham Group o September 17 - The Tri Tones o September 24 - The Brandon Dorris Quintet · For more information, visit http://rivermarketinfo.com or call the River Market at 501-375-2552
Greg Dee initiates Aaron Nolan to the morning show team with a little running training.
On Thursday, September 4, 2014 Belk is sponsoring a Fit for the Cure event to support Komen for the Cure from 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. For every woman who participates in a complimentary bra fitting, Wacoal and Belk will each donate $2.00 to Susan G. Komen for the Cure. No purchase necessary. Call 501-907-6200, extension 236 to make your appointment.
Supporters of raising Arkansas' minimum wage could learn as early as today if their efforts collecting signatures over the last several months paid off. After turning in over nearly 70-thousand signatures two weeks ago, the group "Give Arkansas a Raise Now" believe they have more than enough valid signatures to land on the November ballot. the Secretary of State's office were still counting signatures late last week. at the annual AFL/CIO Labor Day picnic today, supporters say polling shows the public backs a wage hike for Arkansas' lowest earners. David Couch says: "If we raise the minimum wage, it's good for people. If you work 40 hours a week you should be able to put a roof over your head and food on your table." If the Secretary of State's office gives the green light, voters will decide November fourth whether to raise Arkansas' minimum wage to 8-dollars and 50-cents by 2017.
Runway for A Cause is a luncheon and fashion show to benefit the Arkansas Affiliate of Susan G. Komen. Fashions will be modeled by breast cancer survivors. Dillards, Barbara Jean, Companions, Sissy's Log Cabin and ZenStudio Fitness Boutique are among the retailers who will be showcasing their fall fashions. The event is September 10, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and is being held at the Clear Channel Metroplex Event Center, I-430 and Colonel Glenn Road.
10 Fitness in Maumelle offers a special option to keep your kids busy while you work out.10 Fitness invites you and your children to come and enjoy their Kids Club. While you pursue your health and fitness goals, the devoted staff will give your children the highest level of attention in a fun and safe environment. Children may be in the Kids Club for no more than 2 hours. Parents must remain on 10 Fitness premises for the entire time that the child is in the Kids Club. Your Premium membership will cover up to 4 children in the same visit. Each child after that will cost a day rate of $5. Kids Club Features: • Art and crafts projects • Storytelling • Games — age appropriate • Puzzles — age appropriate • Free play — develops social skills! • Large Play area • Infant only area with rocking chairs • Children’s bathroom with changing table • Kids Cinema with age appropriate movies • Video Game area with age appropriate games
Aaron Nolan is welcomed to the KARK 4 Today team with a series of initiation tasks. Task 1: preparing Mallory Brooks coffee.
Make it with Mal has a special guest Cori Fetters of Just Scrap It. Cori shows us how to create a variety of items with wrapping leftover from Christmas.
Make it with Mal features a variety of food and crafts.
There are are many things you can make in your home that will work for great decorations you can use for the holidays.
Greg Dee talks the latest in technology news with his Monday morning Geek Fix report.
Greg Dee talks the latest in technology news with his Monday morning Geek Fix report.
Greg Dee talks the latest in technology news with his Monday morning Geek Fix report.