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Seven super foods we seldom eat

Seven super foods we seldom eat

Tired of eating the same stuff over and over? Consider adding these nutritious, delicious choices to your dining repertoire.

Homemakers host quilting workshop

Homemakers host quilting workshop

PINE BLUFF, Ark. -- Jefferson County Extension Homemakers will sponsor a Quilted Table Runner Workshop on Tuesday, April 12, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., at the Jefferson County Extension Conference Room located at 500 Idaho Street in Pine Bluff.

Arlene Parsley, Quilt Guild President, will teach the quilted runner workshop.

To register for the free Quilted Table Runner Workshop and receive a list of supplies, call Mary Ann Kizer, Jefferson County Family and Consumer Sciences Agent, at 534-1033 or email mkizer@uaex.edu.

The Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service offers its programs to all eligible persons regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status, and is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

New Movies: Diary of a Wimpy Kid II, Sucker Punch, More

New Movies: Diary of a Wimpy Kid II,  Sucker Punch, More

The Concert, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, From Prada to Nada and Sucker Punch are new arrivals in theaters this week.

Jay Jackson's throwing a birthday blowout!

Jay Jackson's throwing a birthday blowout!

You're invited to Jay's Big Birthday Jam at the Fox and Hound in North Little Rock on Saturday, April 2 -- and it's a 1980's kind of night!

We're talking Jheri curls, Members Only Jackets, oversized sweaters and neon legwarmers. Our friends from Burning the Past will kick the show off at 9 pm, followed by the JJB rocking your favorite classics from the '80s. We're giving away prizes and playing games, in addition to having a charity auction to benefit Voices for Children of Pine Bluff (to help support kids in foster care).

Don't be lame! Totally come JAM with the Jay Jackson Band Saturday, April 2 at 9 pm. We're gonna party like it's 1985!

LRFW 2011 seeks best hairstylists in the state

LRFW 2011 seeks best hairstylists in the state

Are you the "baddest" hairstylist in town? Here's your chance to prove it!

Little Rock Fashion Week (LRFW) is accepting applications from hairstylists and hair salons, wanting to showcase their hair designs at Little Rock Fashion Week 2011, scheduled July 11-16.

In its third year, LRFW is recognized as the one fashion experience that pushes the envelope when it comes to models' hair on the runway. A few lucky hairstylists and hair salons will be highlighted at LRFW's Posh Expression and Young & Fabulous fashion shows. Participating hairstylists and salons will compete to win the inaugural LRFW’s “2011 Best Hairstylists" award. The winner receives several prizes and perks for up to one year.

The application can be downloaded at http://www.littlerockfashionweek.com/.

LRFW's final call for fashion designers, boutique owners

LRFW's final call for fashion designers, boutique owners

Little Rock Fashion Week (LRFW) is accepting applications from fashion designers and boutique operators, wanting to showcase their clothing lines at Little Rock Fashion Week 2011, scheduled July 11-16. The final postmark deadline is March 5.

In its third year, LRFW highlights the best fashions by local and national designers and boutiques at its Posh Expression and Young & Fabulous fashion shows.

LRFW clothes, models reign supreme at Expo

LRFW clothes, models reign supreme at Expo

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Thousands of spectators flocked to the Metroplex to see Little Rock Fashion Week's fashion presentation at the Seventh Annual Midsouth Summit Black Expo, this past weekend. The show served as a sneak peak for audience members into Little Rock Fashion Week (LRFW) 2011, which is scheduled July 11-16 in downtown Little Rock.

"This was a very important event for us. It was a an opportunity to reconnect with our followers in the community on a more intimate level, and reiterate our mission," says Brandon Campbell. "Little Rock Fashion Week isn't about just partying and fashion shows. It's about celebrating Arkansas communities, bringing people together with people, promoting people's talents and inspiring young people. These are examples of what makes Little Rock Fashion Week the best fashion experience in America.