Entertainment district proposal brought before Harrison, Ark. city ​​council

HARRISON, Ark. (KY3) – Harrison city council is presenting a proposal for an entertainment district at its meeting Thursday. The council initially introduced the idea in 2020. The council defeated the proposal by one vote. Many are showing support to revisit the idea with the departure of city hall from downtown and similar action eminent … Read more

English grad student interns at Discovery Center thanks to new course

Photo of Sarah Hicks and Tara MacDougall MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — Graduate student Sarah Hicks is not the typical English graduate program student. She returned to school after working four years as an English as a second language, or ESL, teacher but not to further her classroom career. She wants to pursue a niche career as … Read more

New Orleans Historic Dew Drop Inn will reopen next year

The Dew Drop Inn along Lasalle Street in Central City was once a nightclub, hotel and barbershop where famous African American musicians were able to make their mark in music from the 1940s through about 1970. After Hurricane Katrina it became inoperative. Developer Curtis Doucette is working to restore the now crumbling building into the … Read more

Women’s World Matchplay Darts: Fallon Sherrock believes gap is closing at top of game | Darts News

Fallon Sherrock and Lisa Ashton will headline July’s historic Betfred Women’s World Matchplay, the first PDC women’s tournament to be fully televised, live on Sky Sports; Sherrock believes the talent within women’s darts is building ahead of the eight-player tournament on July 24 Last Updated: 07/07/22 4:19pm Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible … Read more

Jordan Chalks up Business Success From Limestone Riches

Long before whiteboards, beamers and laptops entered modern school classrooms, teachers relied on the humble, dusty, sometimes screechy blackboard chalk — a material that has created a Jordanian business success story. Chemical engineer Salah Aloqbi remembers sitting on a bus in Amman in 1995 when he hit on the idea that would lead him to … Read more

Fort Collins program repurposes old, donated pianos to inspire spontaneous music

All around Old Town Square in Fort Collins, you can find art — galleries and sculptures on corners and murals in alleys. The artwork is easy to see, and even easier to hear. “It’s very, very active,” said Liz Good, visual arts coordinate for the City of Fort Collins. “There’s loud music, just people walking … Read more

Kilkenny manager Brian Cody thrilled to rectify two consecutive All-Ireland semi-final defeats | GAA News

Brian Barry GAA Editor @BrianGBarry Kilkenny manager Brian Cody reflects on the Cats’ All-Ireland semi-final win over Clare, stating that it was particularly pleasing in the wake of consecutive defeats at the penultimate stages in 2020 and 2021. Last Updated: 02/07/22 10:29pm Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player Cody was thrilled … Read more

Kenosha set for Fourth of July weekend featuring events, entertainment for the entire family | Local News

Things were set up and ready for the crowds Friday as the City of Kenosha kicks off a long Fourth of July weekend packed with events and entertainment for people of all ages to enjoy. Throughout the weekend, the Rainbow Valley Carnival will be up and running, featuring a variety of rides located between 54th … Read more

Kerry manager Jack O’Connor hits out at ‘crazy’ championship structure which left Kingdom with four-week break | GAA News

Brian Barry GAA Editor @BrianGBarry Jack O’Connor on Kerry’s four-week break after their Munster Championship success: “It’s almost like you’re penalised for winning the provincial championship”; Kerry boss also reveals injury concerns in the wake of All-Ireland SFC quarter-final win over Mayo Last Updated: 06/27/22 8:50am Jack O’Connor watched his team negotiate their All-Ireland quarter-final … Read more

England international talking points as women face France and men take on Combined Nations | Rugby League News

England coaches Shaun Wane and Craig Richards are aiming for wins in Saturday’s international double-header in Warrington We look at what is being said and team news as the England women and men’s teams take to the stage for Saturday’s international double-header, live on Sky Sports… England Women vs France (3.15pm, live on Sky Sports) … Read more