posted: 07/22/2014 2:04 a.m.
When it comes to the classic Mason jar, there's just no putting a lid on the endless ways this vintage vessel is being put to use lately.
posted: 07/20/2014 2:54 a.m.
LOSE SOME, WIN SOME: Rebecca Privitera of Cabot was recently named the female winner in the 2013-2014 Beachbody Challenge at the company's recent annual Coach Summit in Las Vegas.
posted: 07/19/2014 1:57 a.m.
Two years ago I bought a house that was built in the late 1950s or early 1960s. I have since found out that the electricity is improperly grounded. What needs to be done to correct this and how much will it cost?
posted: 07/13/2014 3:03 a.m.
DIGGING UP THE PAST: Duncan McKinnon, an anthropological archaeologist and visiting professor at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, will appear on the PBS series Time Team America airing on AETN. The show features several scientific specialists and others conducting archaeological research across the country.
posted: 07/10/2014 1:56 a.m.
Four Christian music acts will help Magic Springs "Celebrate the Word" this weekend.
posted: 07/06/2014 3:04 a.m.
They are called one-hit wonders: singers or bands who record a tune that becomes a major hit, but are unable to score a comparable follow-up success.
posted: 07/06/2014 2:54 a.m.
MAKING HEADLINES: Arkansans often appear in the most unlikely places. Take, for example, Hadassah Peri of New York. For 20 years, she served as the private nurse, companion and confidante of the reclusive heiress Huguette Clark of New York, worth more than $300 million when she died in 2011 at 104.
posted: 06/29/2014 3:09 a.m.
SHARING HIS STORY: An advance preview screening of the documentary Glen Campbell … I’ll Be Me will be held at 7 p.m. July 10 at the Central Arkansas Library System’s Ron Robinson Theater in the River Market.
posted: 06/22/2014 3:29 a.m.
ARKANSAN'S QUEST: Little Rock native Jim Curry, a 2010 graduate of Central High School, is one of 12 contestants selected to appear on ABC's new show The Quest, debuting July 31.
posted: 06/15/2014 4:17 a.m.
WILL TRICE: Little Rock native Will Trice is one of the producers of the Broadway play All The Way, which recently win a 2014 Tony Award for Best Play. The play depicts President Lyndon B. Johnson advocating passage of the Civil Rights Act.
posted: 06/15/2014 2:36 a.m.
Newport --Longtime musician Sonny Burgess, dubbed the Arkansas Wild Man, is a paradox. In some ways, he has stayed put all his life. In others, he has gone far, traveling more places and experiencing much more than most. The man has performed a duet with Bruce Springsteen, no less. And that was in his later years -- in 2001.
posted: 06/08/2014 3:11 a.m.
WHATEVER HAPPENED TO: Searcy native and former Judsonia resident Beth Ditto, lead singer of the punk rock band Gossip, which has a huge following in Europe? She was recently in The Wall Street Journal's weekend magazine in its feature "Soapbox," where six guest columnists weigh in on a single topic. The subject was confidence for Ditto and the other columnists, who were model Naomi Campbell, pickpocket entertainer Apollo Robbins, high-wire artist Philippe Petit, actress Carrie Fisher and tennis star Andy Murray. Ditto is still making music and walking the runway, including an early March appearance in the Givenchy show as part of Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Fall/Winter 2014-2015.
posted: 06/07/2014 1:59 a.m.
When it comes to conserving energy, I've heard conflicting suggestions -- one theory holds that lights should be turned off in a room every time the room is vacated, while another says it takes more energy to repeatedly turn that light off and on than to just leave it on. What's correct?
posted: 06/05/2014 2:20 a.m.
Teen recording star Austin Mahone takes to the stage at Hot Springs' Timberwood Amphitheater at Magic Springs Water and Theme Park on Saturday. Last summer he toured on Taylor Swift's RED Tour.
posted: 06/04/2014 2:08 a.m.
For some children, the last day of school signals the start of summer fun -- long days spent playing outside, riding bikes, swimming and taking family vacations. But for nearly a quarter million Arkansas children, summer can mean a growling tummy.