High school commencement — a time of endings and beginnings. You close one chapter of the book of life, that of school uniforms and spirit weeks, and open the page to frat houses and dorm life. But before that transition occurs, sitting there starry-eyed on graduation day in your gown and cap, you soak in the advice of older, hopefully wiser graduation speakers. He’s been there. She’s done that. Listen to and heed their advice.
With Mother’s Day on Sunday, we’re honoring the best moms in TV history. There’s more that couldn’t be listed here (Lorelai Gilmore, Carmela Soprano, Lois Griffin), but we look at just a few for this week’s Hub Poll.
Summer is the season of major blockbusters: The kids are out of school, and some days it’s just too hot to even sit by the pool or even run through the sprinklers. Action-packed dramas, sci-fi thrillers, kid-friendly films and comedies galore, it’s all there for your air-conditioned, multiplex taking.
With an entire issue dedicated to breakfast this week, we talked about everything from coffee and doughnuts to pancakes and mimosas, right down to salmon croquettes and steak and eggs. Options for the first meal of the day run the gamut, so we’ve decided we should find out what kind of breakfast the good folks of central Arkansas like best.
With the 10th annual Arkansas Literary Festival upon us, we’d like to know your favorite Arkansas author. Don’t see your fave listed here? Tweet or Facebook us who we left out and you might just see your answer in print next week.
The Arkansas Derby this Saturday offers racing fans one last day at the track in Hot Springs for the season. It’s your last chance to pull for those horses which still might qualify for the big time, the Kentucky Derby, held the first Saturday in May. And while there’s something fine about Churchill Downs, Oaklawn has a special place in the heart of many Arkansans who, even if not big gamblers or racing fans, can appreciate a day at the races all the same.
The Arkansas Travelers open their 2013 season with a series against the Frisco RoughRiders, with the first pitch thrown tonight at 7:10 at Dickey-Stephens Park.
The Riverfest lineup was released this morning and includes acts like Daughtry, Dierks Bentley, Peter Frampton, Lupe Fiasco and Kelly Rowland. This week we’re wondering which of these headliners you’re most excited about.
Everybody’s talking about Pope Francis this morning. What do you hope to see from the reign of the new pope?