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LRFW announces 2012 Model Search

LRFW announces 2012 Model Search

Little Rock Fashion Week Announces 2012 Model Search

By Alexandria Washington

LITTLE ROCK – Little Rock Fashion Week is back again to heat up the runways July 16-21. After much success last summer, Brandon D. Campbell, creator and executive producer of LRFW, and staff are ready to roll out the red carpet on its fourth year. 

"I’m extremely excited about Little Rock Fashion Week 2012. There’s something magical about this year. I can sense that LRFW will be even greater than previous years,” said Campbell. “People have spoke positively about LRFW and have supported our functions throughout the year. Ever since we wrapped LRFW 2011, last July, I’ve been contacted weekly by models wanting to be in LRFW 2012. That speaks volumes of LRFW’s significance and the amount of love that people have for our industry. I’m grateful.”

Friday's Arkansas Showcase, 88.3FM

Friday's Arkansas Showcase, 88.3FM

Be sure to tune in for Friday's Arkansas Showcase, 88.3FM from noon to 2. Where as always we will be playing the best music coming out of Arkansas. If you can't catch us on your radio dial, go to: http://amber.streamguys.com:4180/live.m3u and listen via live streaming.

Your chance to be in the movies

Your chance to be in the movies

Award-winning Arkansan Jeff Nichols to bring next feature film home

We are looking to cast “Neckbone” in Arkansas!  He should be , Caucasian, 13-17 years old whose life experiences in a rural environment results in a hard edge and survival instinct.  This role requires that he be comfortable in boats and water.  Other outdoor activities such as hunting, fishing, and motor biking would be ideal.

This role is also auditioning in other states and Los Angeles.  As proud Arkansans this is an opportunity to showcase what The Natural State has to offer.  Spread the word; encourage all who fit the description to make application immediately.

We are also looking to cast “May Pearl” in Arkansas as well.  She should be Caucasian, 15-17, a small town girl with natural beauty.

In addition casting will include approximately 400 actors, extras and stand-ins.

Interested parties may refer to the casting website to make ap

Get ready for National Dance Day

Get ready for National Dance Day

The Stars Come Out, Inc. is sponsoring a video contest: Get those dancing shoes ready, parents — the second annual National Dance Day is taking place in just a few short weeks on July 30.

Enter your child/ children now to win private lessons from a local dance studio, prizes, and Savings Bonds in the amount of $100, $50 or $25, courtesy of Maumelle Bank of the Ozarks.

Please visit www.starscomeoutinc.org  webite for details. This contest is intended to raise awareness of the benefits of exercise and to experience one of the most rewarding forms of exercise out there, DANCE.

Questions, please contact Carlette Henderson, 501-993-8867 or starscomeoutinc@sbcglobal.net.

Celebrate an injury-free Independence Day

Celebrate an injury-free Independence Day

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Fireworks stands across the state are starting to do big business as Arkansans prepare to celebrate the Independence Day weekend.

Because Attorney General Dustin McDaniel hopes everyone has a safe and happy holiday, he issued these safety tips to remind Arkansans about state laws concerning fireworks.