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The Theba Thing: Biking Bliss

The Theba Thing: Biking Bliss

"The Theba Thing" is about stepping out of my comfort zone, meeting new people and trying the things that have been on my mind and heart.

In the fall of 2011, I was bitten by the bike-riding bug. I went biking at Two Rivers Park with my brother and his family visiting from Fayetteville. I knew I was going to “have to” go, because they’re big into outdoor activities.  So I rode one of their extra bikes and I absolutely had the time of my life.

I had no idea these wonderful scenic trails existed so close to where I lived. I sure have been living in a comfortable bubble, which usually means to me, where there are no bugs, no potential for bumps and scratches and plenty of air conditioning.

Nevertheless, I was hooked. I started planning how both my mother and I could enjoy bike riding together, and get my friends in on the action as well.  But first I had to convince mom that she would enjoy it as much as I did.

Heifer Village hosts 'Design for a Cause' exhibit

Heifer Village hosts 'Design for a Cause' exhibit

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Feb. 28, 2012) – Heifer International’s Murphy Keller Education Center (Heifer Village) in downtown Little Rock is pleased to display graphic design materials of four different Arkansas-based nonprofits in a new exhibit from March 21–April 9, 2012. More information is at www.heifer.org/visit/public-events.

Design for a Cause will feature design work from Heifer International, the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Arkansas Children’s Hospital and the Arkansas Repertory Theatre. Visitors can see how illustration, photography and writing are brought together by professionals in the service of various causes that improve our community and the world.

Campbell to co-produce Conway bridal fashion show

Campbell to co-produce Conway bridal fashion show

Brandon D. Campbell, Little Rock Fashion Week's founder and executive producer, will co-produce the fashion show at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Conway 2012 Bridal Show on Sunday February 26, 2012 at the Conway Expo Center and Fairgrounds, located at 2505 East Oak St. in Conway, Ark. The bridal show is from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. The fashion show is scheduled for 4 p.m.

The fashion event will star the high fashion runway models, of all ages and sizes, from Campbell's Oneofakind Talent Inc. modeling agency and past Little Rock Fashion Week presentations. They'll wear clothes from Belk, David's Bridal, Dillard's, Men's Wearhouse, and Reba's Formal Wear.

This will be the second ADG bridal fashion show that Campbell is involved in, featuring OTI and LRFW models, in a month. On January 15th, the ADG Bridal Fashion Show in Little Rock featured models from OTI and LRFW.

Stylecast on the Promenade

Stylecast on the Promenade

February 17, 2012 – Little Rock, Arkansas - Spring Fashion is here with punchy florals, bright, bold colors of citrus and tangerine, and sporty couture looks, all of which you’ll find at The Promenade at Chenal. The Promenade at Chenal has the best selection in Little Rock to get that spring look you crave! That’s why we’ve compiled all this seasons trends into one place to help you pick the style that’s right for you.

 

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Local teen fashion designer makes New York debut

Local teen fashion designer makes New York debut

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Aaliyah Fisher, of Little Rock, has reached a milestone in her young fashion career.

On February 10 Fisher, 14, presented her Grafetti Couture clothing line at PLITZS New York City Fashion Week. Twice a year, PLITZS showcases 36 emerging fashion designers during New York Fashion Week. This season 1,300 designers applied.

15 looks from Grafetti’s spring collection was seen by media, fashionistas and buyers inside NYC’s historical Warwick Hotel. At the show, Fisher was interviewed by ChannelTV and Fashion World Magazine. Afterwards, some attendees purchased Grafetti clothes.

George Takei joins Arkansas Symphony Orchestra for performance

George Takei joins Arkansas Symphony Orchestra for performance

Celebrity activist George Takei joins the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra to narrate Schoenberg’s A Survivor from Warsaw at concert featuring a message of hope and unity with Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony

LITTLE ROCK, AR, January 30, 2012 – The Arkansas Symphony Orchestra joins forces with actor and activist George Takei, 2012 Celebrity Apprentice participant and Mr. Sulu of Star Trek fame, and over 400 chorus members to celebrate the human spirit. Ode to Joy will be performed on Saturday, February 25 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, February 26 at 3 p.m. at the Robinson Center Music Hall. This concert is the fifth Stella Boyle Smith Masterworks Concert and is sponsored by Windstream.