Political Plays of the Week talks about the recent announcement of Hillary Clinton's presidential announcement. They also discussed the potential of former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee entering his name in to the race.
The KARK 4 Today crew played a game to guess some interesting facts about head coach Bret Bielema.
The 2015 Jewish Food festival will be held Sunday, April 26, 2015 at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock, Arkansas. The event will begin with a special Jewish Breakfast at 8:30 am. The festival begins at 10:00 a.m. and concludes at 4:00 p.m. Admission to the festival is free of charge.
Located in the Pleasant Ridge shopping center, Scarlet is the place to go for the fashion-forward. Sure, the store has denim, solid basics and lots of work-appropriate wear, but Scarlet specializes in providing looks and brands you would find in more metropolitan communities. It has recently picked up Mark & James (a Badgley Mischka diffusion line) that will include sequined numbers perfect for that invitation that actually tells you that the event is semi-formal. Just a quick browse-through of the store locates a stunning navy silk dress with quilted shoulders and a cream, sleeveless knee-length dress with fringe. Scarlet Shop is a clothing boutique that focuses on high-fashion mid-range brands such as Elizabeth and James and Alice and Olivia. It now applies that same brand power to shoes. Scarlet will be stocking more styles than ever this fall, and will be the only store in Little Rock carrying the hot label Jeffrey Campbell. Along with other brands such as Kelsi Dagger and Dolce Vita, Scarlet's footwear features skyscraper heels, covered platforms, and unusual materials. Hours: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Mon.-Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sun. 11525 Cantrell Road, Pleasant Ridge Town Center Little Rock, AR
On April 26, the American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Greater Little Rock will start "Painting the Town Purple" as it countdowns to Relay night on May 1 from 6 p.m. to midnight at Clinton Library Lawn. The 2015 event theme is "Pirates of the CURE-Ribean." For the first time, the Union Plaza Building, located on 124 W. Capitol Ave, will be illuminate the building in purple from April 26 until May 2. The world's largest s fundraising event, Relay For Life mobilizes communities throughout to celebrate people who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and provide participants with an opportunity to fight back against the disease. Relay For Life brings together friends, families, businesses, hospitals, schools, faith-based groups . . . people from all walks of life - all aimed at furthering the American Cancer Society's vision of creating a world with less cancer and more birthdays.
Downtown Memphis could survive or fail on the back of the big bass. That bass being the big one on the Bass Pro Shop sign that is on the side of the old Pyramid arena. The store is preparing to open its doors four weeks from Wednesday. The place is dark and punctuated with bursts of neon located around the building. They wanted this to resemble a cypress swamp and they did it, right down to the fake Spanish moss. "This is going to be a national destination, and that's what we're hoping to bring here," said Bass Pro Pyramid general manager David Hagel. Construction has been going on for a couple of years and has changed a lot from the original plans. A lot of people will work here. "It's evolving with the two restaurants. The hotel will actually open on April 29th as well. We're going to have over 600 people," Hagel said. More than 600 people working in a facility that many hope will pump life into downtown Memphis. April 29th is the day. A night of celebrating conservation. "It's again open to the public. It's when we have a lot of outdoor celebrities, some big entertainment. It's a huge celebration of conservation. It's what we have at all of our stores. This one is going to be a little bit bigger," Hagel said.
Etsy is the world's most vibrant handmade marketplace spanning the globe with buyers and sellers coming from more than 150 countries. Etsy’s mission is to empower people to make a living making things, and to reconnect makers with buyers. Our vision is to build a new economy and present a better choice: to buy, sell, and live handmade with over $300 million of goods sold in 2010. Etsy Little Rock is a local Etsy community led by: Brandi Jennings - firstname.lastname@example.org Lindsey Powers - email@example.com Amber Estrada - firstname.lastname@example.org
Dinosaurs Around the World takes you back in time on a dinosaur adventure and a tour of an Earth very different from today – a time before the continents as we know them existed, when lush landscapes covered Africa and greenery was the norm in Antarctica! With 13 life-sized animatronics, a multi-layered narrative, fossils, authentic casts, cutting-edge research and immersive design elements, you’ll experience the Age of Reptiles as it comes to life!
DJ WIlliams sat down for an exclusive interview with Arkansas Razorback Head Football Coach Bret Bielema.
This week's Pet of the Week is Cupid. He is a year and a half year old black lab mix. Cupid is very calm but also loves to play. He definitely enjoys sticking his head out of the window while riding in the car. He was found as a stray and has been in good care with us since February. He is about 65 pounds and is full of love and ready to find his forever home! 1. Our HEART adoption vehicle is scheduled to be at an ADOPTION EVENT AT PALISADES AT CHENAL VALLEY APARTMENTS, 1501 RAHLING ROAD, LITTLE ROCK. SATURDAY. 11-3 2. Our van will be at West Little Rock's PETSMART, 11500 Financial Centre Pkwy, with ADOPTABLES, Saturday 10 a.m.- 2 p.m.. 3. NEXT THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, APRIL 30, MAY 1 AND 2, THE BIG BARKING LOT SALE AT THE GRACE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ON RODNEY PARHAM, 7A.M.-1PM ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, 7-11 ON SATURDAY.
The 13th annual Empty Bowls charity auction and dinner benefitting the Arkansas Foodbank will be held on Thursday, April 23, 2015. The list of this year's participating restaurants is set and comprises some of the most mouth-watering dishes in Central Arkansas. Restaurants include: · Beef O'Brady's · Catering To You · Clinton Presidential Center · Corky's BBQ · Cupcakes on Kavanaugh · Geek Eats Hummus · Golden Corral · Good Food by Ferneau · Graffiti's · Green Cuisine · Heights Taco & Tamale Co. · Local Lime · One Eleven at the Capital · The Pantry/The Pantry Crest · Taziki's Mediterranean Café · Trio's · Whole Hog Café · YaYa's Euro Bistro Throughout the evening there will be silent and live auctions featuring original art, signature bowls signed by Former President Bill Clinton, current and former governors of Arkansas, and U of A Head Football Coach Bret Bielema, just to name a few. Some of this year's participating artists include: Carole Katchen (painting), Jane F. Hankins (sculpture), John Deering (sculpture), Winston Taylor (Raku pottery), Morgan Coven Herndon (painting), Marlene Gremillion (painting), Jane Lovett Holt (painting), Anncha Briggs (jewelry), various works by Arkansas Arts Center Museum School students, and a live painting done by artist Lori Weeks. Empty Bowls will take place at Next Level Events in the historic Union Station near downtown Little Rock. The ticket price is $75. Tickets are limited to the first 300 people and can be purchased on our website, www.arkansasfoodbank.org. The event starts at 5:30pm. Anton and Jillian Janik will serve as Honorary Chairs for the night.
Farm fresh and fast! There's nothing better than knowing that what you feed your family is not only healthy, but as fresh as if you picked it from your own backyard. Heifer International is trying to bring that to every table in Arkansas with its third annual Feast in the Field. We have Gary Parrish of the Rotary Club of Little Rock and Allison Stephens with Heifer International here today to tell us more about Feast in the Field and how we can all get involved. · Tell us about Feast in the Field. o An annual event in it's third year o Will take place on May 30, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. on the grounds of Heifer International in Little Rock. The event will be a family style dinner featuring local foods, prepared by chefs from the Little Rock Marriott's Heritage Grille Steak & Fin in a beautiful outdoor setting. o An evening of local food and community spirit as we generate awareness and raise funds to support Heifer programs right here in Arkansas. o This year you will hear from directly from Heifer farmers and be treated to the musical entertainment of both Brian Nahlen and Donna Massey and Blue Eyed Soul. · Why is it important to support local producers? o The key to Heifer's work in the United States lies in the belief that small-scale farmers can feed their communities and revive our economy using the power of locally produced food. o We are helping build "farmer-owned businesses" where farmers define their own future by joining together in cooperatives and farmer-run businesses. o Heifer USA is specifically working in Arkansas and has built a farmer-owned livestock cooperative (centered on free-range, GMO free poultry) and a multi-farm Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program. o We are excited about partnering with local businesses like Baptist Health, who are introducing the CSA program to their staff. And Rotary International, who is helping fund the CSA program over the next few years. o Home to the most fertile soil on Earth, Arkansas has the potential for small-scale agricultural wealth amid widespread poverty. o By supporting Heifer in Arkansas, you: § Empower small-scale farmers by training them and connecting them to markets that sell healthy food. § Connect farmers with other growers throughout the state, creating cooperatives and mentoring relationships that improve farming methods and increase production. § Support the local food movement, keeping wealth within our community. · How can we be a part of this great cause? o Tickets can be purchased by visiting www.feastinthefield.org or by calling 888,5HUNGER.
Feral hogs are not native to the United States. They are an invasive species, a public nuisance and a threat to Arkansas. They compete for food resources, destroy habitat by rooting and wallowing and will eat ground-nesting birds, eggs, fawns and young domestic livestock. They also carry up to 45 bacteria, diseases and parasites, including Trichinellosis, Brucellosis and swine herpes virus. Hunting and shooting feral pigs has been implemented for the last few decades. It can chase feral hogs away from crops or food plots temporarily, but they soon return or become a problem for a neighboring landowner. Studies show at least 66 percent of a hog population must be removed each year just to prevent it from growing. Hunting has shown to reduce hog populations by only 8 to 50 percent.
Searcy-based ice cream company has brought back favorites French Vanilla and Mint Chocolate Chip. French Vanilla comes back from the archive. Albert Yarnell developed it in the 1970s. Mint Chocolate Chip has been at The Purple Cow Restaurants and other eateries, and now you can take it home with you from your grocer. The third new flavor is Sea Salt Caramel. It's sweet, salty, buttery – all at the same time. The Down-Home Goodness also is now available in pint-sized flavors. Your choice of Homemade Vanilla, Homemade Chocolate, Homemade Strawberry and Ozark Black Walnut. And there are four more pint-sized flavors on the way!
Breakfast Special is Grits, with country ham, 2 eggs and toast for $6.00 Free cup of Gail's special blend Coffee... from 5:30 am until 7am Open 7 a.m. - 3 p.m. every day except Mondays Menu features country breakfast, burgers, sandwiches, pizza and home-cooking dishes. 15 percent military discount every day!
The Peacekeepers of Women & Children First invite you to the 10th Annual Little Rock Signature Event! Graciously chaired by Caitlyn & Ash Mason. A Caribbean-Casual poolside party held at the beautiful Edgehill home of Tiffany & Daniel Robinson. Guests will feast on heavy hors d'oeuvres and tropical libations will be flowing! And prepare to dance under the stars to the live entertainment! Please consider becoming a Cabaret sponsor, donate an auction item, or be an in-kind sponsor vendor! General admission tickets are $75 each The Cabaret begins at 6:00 p.m. and general admission tickets are $75 each, available at www.wcfarkansas.ejoinme.org/cabaret Please consider becoming a Cabaret sponsor, donate an item to the live or silent auction, or be an in-kind sponsor vendor! As the state's largest domestic violence shelter, Women & Children First helps domestic violence victims. A staggering statistic, one in four women will be a victim of domestic violence in her lifetime. WCF is fighting to end domestic violence. Since 2013, we have housed over 900 clients including 200 children and assisted another 1,500 victims with other legal support or housing arrangements. Our crisis intervention and case management workers provided almost 5,000 hours of group and individual support. The shelter also operates the Arkansas domestic violence toll free hotline and in the past year staffers have answered more than 12,000 crisis calls. Our mission is to empower those who have been subjected to domestic violence and their children to live independently and free from violence by providing crisis intervention, safe shelter, social/legal advocacy, transitional housing, prevention education, and support services. For more information about Women & Children First or Caribbean Cabaret, please contact Caitlyn Mason at 501.772.8869
The KARK 4 Today crew played a game of "Name that Tune" with David Adam Byrnes.
Sherwood, Arkansas native David Adam Byrnes is rooted in the kind of tradition that audiences can’t deny. It’s in the 27-year-old’s genuine southern drawl, his natural gravitation toward a loud, rowdy honky-tonk stage – it’s in the unmistakable sincerity of his lyrics.
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Overall, what are the biggest distractions teens face behind the wheel? How can parents help their teen drivers minimize those distractions especially with exciting prom and graduation activities ahead? What is a parent-teen driving pact? How can families pull one together? Why should parents specifically address underage drinking with their kids when it comes to prom/graduation transportation arrangements?
Our Political analyst talk about the recent announcement of the 2016 political candidates.
The 12th Annual Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas Electric Vehicle Rally will be held on Friday, April 17 at the Arkansas State Fairgrounds in Little Rock. The contest will include more than 243 participants representing 14 schools around the state. "This year we have a record number of participants which reflects the growing interest in electric vehicle technology," said Rob Roedel, manager of corporate communications for the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas. "Today's students thirst for innovative hands-on learning opportunities that challenge their ingenuity and encourage creativity. The electric vehicle curriculum provides these opportunities for hundreds of students in Arkansas." The students are involved in the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas Electric Vehicle program that includes a curriculum that incorporates a variety of disciplines, including math, auto mechanics, physics, engineering, electronics and journalism. Students participate in competitions that test the students' abilities and their vehicles' performance capacities. The public is invited to attend the free rally events that begin at 9 a.m. The day-long event begins with technical and safety inspections of the student vehicles. Students are then focused on an autocross competition and acceleration event. Next, the helmets are unstrapped as the students test their academic knowledge in troubleshooting and quiz bowl competitions. The day wraps up with a race to determine how far the vehicles run on a single charge. On-track and pit lane strategies are a key to winning this event. Participants in this year's rally include: Arkansas Career Training Institute; Cabot High School; Central Jr. High (Springdale); Fayetteville High School - Agriculture; Fayetteville High School -Digital Electronics; George Jr. High (Springdale); Hamburg High School; Hillcrest High School; Mabelvale Jr. High; Paragould High School; Ramay Jr. High (Fayetteville); Joe T. Robinson High School; Viola High School; and Woodland Jr. High (Fayetteville). The Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas comprise 17 electric distribution cooperatives; Arkansas Electric Cooperatives, Inc. (AECI), a Little Rock-based cooperative that provides services to the distribution cooperatives; and Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corp. (AECC), a generation and transmission cooperative. The distribution cooperatives provide electricity to approximately 500,000 homes, farms and businesses in Arkansas and surrounding states. For additional information, contact: Rob Roedel, Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas, 501.570.2296 or email@example.com www.ecark.org
Dancers will perform the concert version of George Balanchine's incomparable ballet, Who Cares? performed to a delightful musical score by George Gershwin. The concert will also feature a new work by Hilary Wolfley, winning choreography from our Visions choreographic competition, excerpts from Val Caniparoli's Lady of the Camellias and Marius Petipa's Raymonda, and a new contemporary piece by former Hubbard Street dancer Greg Sample. Evening Performances, April 17 & 18, 2015 at 7:30pm. Matinee Performance, April 19, 2015 at 2:00pm Performances held at The Arkansas Repertory Theatre, 601 Main Street, Little Rock, AR. All tickets are $35 April 17, 2015 @ 7:30pm April 18th, 2015 @ 7:30pm April 19, 2015 @ 2:00pm
Lynsey Lou shares her specialty cookies for cookie week.
good morning to you, my KARK family. its Friday and its time for a very special MVP of the week. A women who would have ever reason to say she already has has enough on her plate, with being a single mom raising young boys, on her own ,while having a full time job and still making the time and effort to help others. this weeks mvp is Stacy Jordan Lovell. This single mom with a full time job finds time to be on the board of Women's Own Worth helping victims of domestic violence and violent crimes. i know first hand how difficult of a task it is to be a single mom and also understand the challenges she faces everyday, but She goes above and beyond to lift and empower all that come in contact with her. Most recently she helped Carl Carter with organizing events surrounding the LR 5k run in honor of his Mother, Beverly Carter, the Realtor that was murdered last year. the person that nominated Stacy said that " and i quote " She will most likely try and not receive this recognition because, you see, that's just the person she is. It's never about her it's about others. That's why I feel Stacy is the perfect person to receive this award." and quote. and i say to that, you couldn't be anymore right. congrats to you Stacey Jordan Lovell on being my MVP of the week.
Come join us at Dickey-Stephens Park for Opening Night festivities as the 6-0 Travelers begin a six-game homestand vs. the Frisco RoughRiders.
- Carino's month long fundraising efforts for Autism Speaks and Autism Society. Guests who donate $3 by adding it to their bill receive two $5 gift coupons that they can use for their next visit. - Carino's launched carinos.com/artforautism, a website for children affected with autism to upload and share their art work. There is a gallery of artwork that site visitors can view. - How to make Spicy Shrimp & Chicken Pasta at home Your local Johnny Carino's is raising funds for Autism Speaks and Autism Society with a generous $3 for $10 donate and dine deal. Guests who dine in and donate $3 to the cause will be given two $5 gift cards for their next visits to Johnny Carino's. Johnny Carino's also launched carinos.com/artforautism for parents with children with autism to upload and share their artwork on the site for the world to see.
Millie is a total sweetheart. I don't have any background on her, but she is a heartworm survivor, completely recovered, who came to the shelter with heartworms. She's a settled, middle-aged black lab-mix gal, about 8 years old. A larger dog, maybe 60 pounds, but with shorter legs. From the gentle, nonobtrusive way she's behaved around the Mullins's house this afternoon, she would be IDEAL companion for a less active person, someone who wants a quiet, loving companion. In fact, she probably would be happier in a calm household where she gets lots of love and attention. She's gotten along fine with our other dogs -- ages @7-17. She probably weighs in close to 60 pounds of sweetness. I don't know how she is around children, but I'll bet that she would be fine -- especially with older calm children. Seems to be housebroken and HUNGRY for human attention. Her little stub tag goes at a furious pace when Barbara or I speak to her or pet her.
Steve "Wildman" Wilson talks all about turkey season and turkey calls in Arkansas.
Culture Clothing Co. is a brand new mens clothing boutique in Little Rock, Ar. Our focus is to provide hard to find styles, great fits, and great prices. 5012465466 shopcultureclothing.com
The KARK 4 Today crew meets Humphrey the camel.
Digital/Screen Printer, Embroidery, Outdoor signs, Toddler clothess, Team Apparel, Uniforms, Schools, Hats, Bags or totes, Jackets, Custom Stamps (501) 835-5343 9851 Brockington Rd Suite 5, Sherwood, Arkansas 72120
The Summit was solely created to provide a unique opportunity for the very best youth, junior and senior teams in non-Worlds divisions to face-off in a live competition. In May 2013, Varsity All Star hosted the first annual Summit competition at the Walt Disney World Resort® in Orlando, FL. Just this past May, we had the privilege of hosting over 470 incredibly talented and well-deserving teams to The Summit. The event was packed with live coverage of all venues, live tweeting of routines, routine commentaries, social media interaction and of course, being the FIRST cheerleading event to air on /ESPN3_logo.gif?v=1 !! We are looking forward to another great year in 2015- Let the Climb Begin!
April 25th, 2015 Location: Cabot Community Center Hours Carnival: Thur & Friday 6 p.m. - 9 p.m., Sat 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. 5k: Sat 8 a.m. - (download entry form below) Pageant: Sat 10 a.m. - (download registration form below) Vendors: Sat 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. - (download registration form below) Attractions/Events Carnival rides Pageant (Cabot Junior High North, across from High School) Food Entertainment 5K (Starts at Cabot High School track) Vendor booths Cabot's very own STRAWBERRIES!!
Fans will have the opportunity to enjoy new concessions items this season, including the fried bologna sandwich, and the “Fudge Puppy” – a freshly made Belgian waffle on a stick, covered in chocolate sauce, whipped cream & nuts.
The Arkansas Derby is an American flat Thoroughbred horse race for three-year-olds held annually in April at Oaklawn Park in Hot Springs, Arkansas. It is currently a Grade I race run over a distance of 9 furlongs on dirt. In 2004, Oaklawn Park offered a $5 million bonus to any horse that could sweep its three-year-old graded stakes, the Rebel Stakes and the Arkansas Derby, and then take the Kentucky Derby.  This helped increase participation from the top three-year-olds in the country to the point where the American Graded Stakes Committee made the Arkansas Derby a Grade I race in 2010.  Smarty Jones was the first horse to collect the bonus. Past winners of the race have gone on to win many American Classic Races. 1980 winner Temperence Hill and 1998's Victory Gallop both went on to capture the Belmont Stakes. Sunny's Halo won the 1983 Kentucky Derby as did Smarty Jones in 2004. Elocutionist (1976), Tank's Prospect (1985), Pine Bluff (1992), Smarty Jones (2004), Afleet Alex (2005), Curlin (2007) all won the Preakness Stakes. The 1994 winner, Concern, won that year's Breeders' Cup Classic. The inaugural race in 1936 offered a total purse of $5,000. The first winner was Holl Image, who was owned and trained by Jack Carter. The race was run in two divisions in 1960.
All UAMS NICU graduates and their families are welcome! It's free. There will be food and games and fun things for kids. It's going to be a blast!
Patty tomorrow to be featured as the Humane Society's Pet of the Week. Patty is a 5 year old terrier mix and she could not be any sweeter. She is a petite girl that only weighs about 30lbs and she has a beautiful brindle coat. Patty's previous owner could no longer take care of her due to medical problems so she was surrendered to us about three weeks ago and we would love to find her a new home as quickly as possible. Patty is used to being an indoor dog, she is house trained and very well-behaved. She also walks well on a leash and is just an awesome little dog! 1. Our heart adoption vehicle is scheduled to visit west little rock's petsmart, 11500 financial centre pkwy,saturday 10 a.M.- 2 p.M. With a load of adoptables. 2. Sunday, april 12, from 10:3--2:30, the heart will be in north little rock, at lakewood village (along mccain), as part of north shore animal league's national tour for life.
Clear your calendars for Friday, April 10th at 7 p.m. to attend Youth Home's annual fundraiser, Eggshibition, to be held at the UALR Jack Stephens Center. Organizers are making Eggstra-special plans for this year's event. Since 1966, Youth Home has provided help for emotionally troubled adolescents, improving their families and allowing them to become healthier, contributing members of society by providing the highest quality, comprehensive mental health services. Eggshibition 2015, the 24th annual fundraiser to benefit Youth Home, Inc., will again have renowned artists and celebrities create egg-shaped plaster masterpieces for Youth Home's premier fundraising event. Celebrity eggs will be featured, signed by figures from the worlds of entertainment, politics, and sports. The "Eggs in Schools" program will feature eggs decorated by local high school art students. The spring season event will also feature themed gift baskets and a premier live auction of fabulous parties, luxurious trips and other eggstra-ordinary items. This auction has become one of central Arkansas' most special events. Proceeds from this event enhance Youth Home's programs, facilities and activities. Come enjoy the eggs-quisite art, hors d'oeuvres, libations and entertainment by Rodney Block. Because of the community's continued support, Eggshibition has raised over $2 million since 1992. Youth Home is changing lives and saving families, and you can help fulfill that mission by supporting Eggshibition. Support for Youth Home is provided through Medicaid and a number of annual initiatives as well as large and small private donations and grants. For more information on Youth Home and Eggshibition, visit www.youthhome.org<http://www.youthhome.org> or call 501-821-5500.
Zimmerman's Sports Center carries everything you need to start your fishing season off on the right foot.
Ticket sales are underway for the 11th annual CARTI Ragin' Cajun Bash, a Louisiana-themed fundraiser presented by IBERIABANK and benefiting CARTI, scheduled for 6 to 9 p.m. on April 9 at the River Market Pavilions in downtown Little Rock. · The CARTI Ragin' Cajun Bash features a Louisiana-style crawfish boil with all the trimmings, complete with food, fun and dancing to live, authentic Cajun Zydeco music. · General admission tickets for the event are $45 each in advance or $50 each at the door. Reserved tables with personal wait staff for 10 guests are $750 each and subject to limited availability. · Tickets can be purchased online at www.carti.com or by calling 501-296-3406. All proceeds benefit CARTI cancer patients. · Last year, more than 1,250 people attended the CARTI Ragin' Cajun Bash, raising a record-setting single-year amount of approximately $120,000. Since its debut in 2005, the CARTI Ragin' Cajun Bash has raised almost $700,000 on behalf of CARTI.
Taziki's is a casual dining restaurant that specializes in innovative dishes using wholesome, fresh ingredients and flavors. Located in nine states, Taziki's provides a family-friendly atmosphere with Mediterranean inspiration. Taziki's offers a variety of menu items including grilled salmon and vegetables, ciabatta bread and several gluten-free options. Popular dishes include Mediterranean Salad with Roasted Chicken, Herb-Roasted Pork Loin, Grilled Gyros with famous Taziki sauce, and a combination of meat and veggie gyros, sandwiches and salads, all made fresh-to-order. (501) 218-8822
This year marks the 150th anniversary of the 13th Amendment, which abolished slavery, and the Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission has launched an initiative to commemorate this historic milestone. We're asking Arkansans to do one thing: join the celebration and "Let Freedom Ring." We're holding a bell-ringing event April 14th at 12:45 p.m. on the steps of the state Capitol. We encourage all who can attend to join us as we ring bells in celebration. If you cannot make it to the state Capitol, create your own event by signing up to be a participant and ringing bells 13 times and 1300 hours, or 1 p.m. Go to www.ArkansasCivilWar150.com to sign up to participate and receive a media kit to help promote your local ringing event.
Hip Hop artist and dance teacher Rice Sergeant shares a few moves with DJ and Natalie.
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Here are some great low cost DIY tricks to Spring Clean your house. Use these low cost household items as cleaning staples: Baking Soda Vinegar Dawn Dish Soap Hydrogen Peroxide Lemon Juice or Lemon Essential Oil *Be sure to check out our Coupon Database for coupons on these staple items! Make your own cleaners to save money and reduce harsh chemicals in your home. Glass Cleaner and Multipurpose Cleaner Chemical Free Stove Cleansing Laundry Detergent Mom Hacks to Save you Time and Money: Drain Cleaner (For Refreshing Drain) 1 box baking soda + 1 cup vinegar: Pour 1/2 box baking soda down the drain, then follow up with 1/2 - 1 cup vinegar. Flush. Repeat. Finish by running hot water through the drain. Tub Cleaner One part Dawn dish soap and one part vinegar. Mix together and spray on tub Crayon Remover Use a toothbrush dipped in white vinegar to scrub crayon marks off the walls Fix Scratches on Wood Furniture Mix 1/2 cup vinegar with 1/2 cup of olive oil. Wipe on surface. Furniture Polish Lemon juice + white vinegar: Combine equal parts of lemon juice and vinegar in a spray bottle. Use a cloth to wipe down furniture, and another cloth to wipe it dry. Remove Permanent Marker Pen from Hard Wood Floors Dab white toothpaste on marker. Take a damp rag or paper towel and rub. Melted Crayon from Clothing 1. Mix together 2 cups laundry detergent, 1 cup of an oxidizing detergent, 1/2 cup borax, 1 cup stain remover and 1 cup white vinegar. 2. Add the soap mixture to the laundry in the washing machine. Start the wash cycle to fill the machine with hot water and mix the soap up a little. Turn the machine off and let the laundry soak for 30 minutes. This will loosen the crayon wax from the clothing. 3. Finish running the wash and rinse cycle on the washing machine. Inspect the clothes prior to placing them in the dryer to ensure that all the crayon was removed from the clothes. If there are still some spots of crayon remaining, soak them in the same soap mixture and wash again, ensuring that you use the hottest setting on the washing machine. Remove Spilled Finger Nail Polish 1. Make sure to clean the mess as soon as possible. The longer it sits, the harder it is to clean. 2. Pour nail polish remover over the spill and let it sit for a minute or so.Then wipe it up with paper towels. 3. Next scrub the floor with a magic eraser to remove any stains that are still there. 4. For extra stubborn stains spray a little hair spray and let it sit a few minutes. Then wipe clean with paper towels. 5. When the polish is removed clean the whole area with soapy warm water.
DJ Williams steps in for Pat Walker for a weather on the 4's. Our director Ray decided to have a little fun.
Jessica DeLoach and Bill Vickery discussed what the passage of the Religious Restoration Bill means to both democrats and republicans.
Governor Asa Hutchinson has signed an amended version of the state’s religious freedom bill. Senate Bill 975 passed in the House Thursday afternoon by a 76-17 vote. The governor had asked the legislature to recall House Bill 1228, the first draft of the RFRA, one day earlier. Hutchinson said the bill did not mirror the federal law as he had hoped.
This children's cheer and football camp featuring Arkansas' own Super Bowl Champion Clinton McDonald returns for its third year on April 4. Held in Jacksonville, the Arkansas Iron Sharpen Iron Youth Cheer and Football Camp teaches the value of community, family, self-discipline and teamwork to athletes ages 6-17. Players will be split into two age groups: ages 6-13 and ages 14-17. The older age group will participate in a college seminar in addition to the athletic camp. Both camps will be held at the Jacksonville High School (2400 Linda Lane, Jacksonville), and lunch will be provided for campers. Early sign-up is $40 for the football camp and $30 for cheer/dance; late registration is $45 football and $35 cheer. Early registration is recommended, and sign-ups are limited to a first-come, first-serve basis.
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.