Publisher’s Note: We Love May!

I can’t believe it’s already May, and summer is just around the corner. May is an exciting time in the family. The kids are out of school, and we’re gearing up for all kinds of fun summer activities. We know you’re always looking for fun and exciting things to do during the summer months, too,…

Arkansas Repertory Theatre to Suspend Operations

The Arkansas Repertory Theatre announced Tuesday afternoon that it would suspend its operations and cancel its upcoming production of God of Carnage due to financial problems. Read the press release from The Rep below: Arkansas Repertory Theatre’s Board of Directors announced today that they will suspend current operations, effective immediately, and not complete the final…

Diamond Chef: Meet the Contestants Part 3

The University of Arkansas – Pulaski Tech Foundation is gearing up for its 11th year of fierce food competition. Diamond Chef Arkansas 2018 is set for 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 19 at the UA – Pulaski Tech Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Institute. Individual tickets cost $150. Sponsorships start at $2,500. For more information…

CARTI’s Ragin’ Cajun Bash

Craving crawfish? Don’t miss CARTI’s Ragin’ Cajun Bash this week. It’s the season for crawfish boils, so head to one where you can chow down for a good cause. Presented by the Arkansas Federal Credit Union, CARTI’s annual all-you-can-eat crawfish boil, set for 6 – 9 p.m. Thursday, April 19 at War Memorial Stadium, raises…

April Exhibit at Justus Fine Art Gallery

The April exhibit at Justus Fine Art Gallery will feature a selection of work by Matthew Hasty, Robyn Horn, Dolores Justus, Jill Kyong, Sandra Sell, Tony Saladino, Gene Sparling, Emily Wood and others. The exhibit will open with a reception from 5-9 p.m. on Friday, April 6, in conjunction with the monthly Gallery Walk. The…

Cocktails at the Capital: Aviation

In a new series, bartender Loic Lautredou of One Eleven at the Capital Hotel will share recipes for some of his favorite cocktails. Join us for “Cocktails at the Capital.” These articles are presented in partnership with the Capital Hotel. 1/11 Aviation: A One Eleven at the Capital Recipe Ingredients 2 oz Roxor Gin 1/2 oz Luxardo…

Blockchain: Arkansas is Leading the Way

By Matthew Waller | Photo by Caleb Talley Blockchain technology has the potential to significantly impact the efficiency and effectiveness of the entire supply chain. And since Arkansas has an unusually high concentration of supply chain and logistics expertise, we should be leading the way when it comes to developing applications of the technology, both…

One Step to Getting Rid of Diabetes for Good

After bariatric surgery, Russellville firefighter and paramedic Todd Thompson not only lost weight, but he also dropped a diabetes diagnosis. The 43-year-old was diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes six years ago. He took multiple insulin shots and additional medications orally each day, along with two medications for high blood pressure and a statin to try…