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Little Rock designers showcases their work at Cirque de Couture

Little Rock designers showcases their work at Cirque de Couture

Cirque de Couture held September 9, 2011 was a fashion designer contest and showcase hosted by the 501(c)3 non-profit, SARPA (Sexual Assault Recovery and Prevention Agency) based in Fayetteville.  Funds generated from this event directly benefit the non-profit's services such as their 24-hour rape crisis hotline, educational seminars, assault nurse examiner clinic and a host of other resources.  

Little Rock fashion designer participants were fashion labels N'chole Feroce and Richie Clark Clothing.  N'chole Feroce also participated in Little Rock Fashion Week this year.  Othe designers in participation were Fayetteville labels Chavon Shree whom also showcased her line during Little Rock Fashion Week and the winner of this competition Angelia Barbee. 

The "circus" theme created a fun atmosphere at The Rogue Lounge on Dixon Street with a musical performance by Randall Shreve and the Sideshow.

Teen Challenge of Arkansas Students Make A Joyful Noise!

Jarret, Paul, and Nate all went through the Teen Challenge of Arkansas program. While here, they found a common talent and used it to bond their relationship with Christ and each other. Jarret, Paul, and Nate all composed songs, which they performed on campus and for congregations on our choir trips. It was on one these choir trips that a producer who was in the congregation took an immediate interest in these three men! So much so that he donated studio time so they could record an introductory CD before they graduated from Hot Springs! They are now together in Cape Girardeau, MO for the Training Phase of Teen Challenge and lead the Praise and Worship team.

HRC 'Road to Equality' Tour Comes to Arkansas

HRC 'Road to Equality' Tour Comes to Arkansas

The Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization, will be holding a press conference on Saturday, September 17 in Little Rock at the Central Arkansas Library. Arkansas is the ninth stop on HRC’s “On the Road to Equality,” a nationwide bus tour to spread the message of equality.

'Sound Off' Episode 4: Stonewall Democrats

'Sound Off' Episode 4: Stonewall Democrats

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (RSM) -- Our third interview is with Eric McDaniel of the Stonewall Democrats, a gay activist political organization that made headlines recently when addressed by Gov. Beebe earlier this year. CLICK HERE to listen.

Stonewall was caught up in controversy when leaders in the organization refused to publicly criticize the governor for making what some viewed as unfavorable remarks regarding gay rights in Arkansas. McDaniel has taken heat for this decision, and addresses that here in this interview. What do you think? Should the Stonewall Democrats have rebuked Gov. Beebe's comments, or did they do the right thing?

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Teen Challenge of Arkansas students make a joyful noise

Jarret, Paul, and Nate all went through the Teen Challenge of Arkansas program. While here, they found a common talent and used it to bond their relationship with Christ and each other. Jarret, Paul, and Nate all composed songs, which they performed on campus and for congregations on our choir trips. It was on one these choir trips that a producer who was in the congregation took an immediate interest in these three men! So much so that he donated studio time so they could record an introductory CD before they graduated from Hot Springs! They are now together in Cape Girardeau, MO for the Training Phase of Teen Challenge and lead the Praise and Worship team.

Southern Gospel Singing Event - September 17

Southern Gospel Singing Event - September 17

Southern Gospel Singing

featuring The Hawkins Family

They've been a family music ministry for over 50 years with a broad selection of your favorite songs. Based in Hot Springs, they bring an outstanding ministry that will bless all.

www.Hawkinsfamilyministries.com

 

Hallelujah Harmony Quartet

This group will bring a wonderful selection of songs and close blend of voices.  Based in Cabot they bring harmony and a spirit of joy with an outstanding program of the good news of the gospel.

www.hhquartet.com

 

Johnny Pryor

She’s a delightful songstress that will bless all that hear.  Her music is uplifting and spirited and has been heard in many areas of Arkansas.

Sara Evans in concert

Sara Evans in concert

Sara Evans is visiting the Timberwood Amphitheatre as part of the Magic Springs' Pepsi Concert Series. 

Evans, known best for songs like "Born to Fly", "Suds In A Bucket", and "Perfect", is performing on August 6.  Admission is free with paid admission to the park. Tickets cost $10 for VIP reserved seating and $5 for regular reserved seating.  For more information, visit www.magicsprings.com.