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AETN Foundation offers tickets to Celtic Thunder; group members to make in-studio appearance

AETN Foundation offers tickets to Celtic Thunder; group members to make in-studio appearance

 

Tickets to the performance of “Celtic Thunder” Sunday, Nov. 6, at 7:30 p.m. at the Robinson Center Music Hall in Little Rock are now available exclusively through the Arkansas Educational Television Network Foundation.

“Celtic Thunder” is a group featuring six male vocalists: Neil Byrne, 32, of Ireland; Emmet Cahill, 20, of Mullingar, County Westmeath in Ireland; George Donaldson, 42, of Glasgow, Scotland; Keith Harkin, 25 of Derry, Northern Ireland; Ryan Kelly, 33, of Moy in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland; and the newest member, Daniel Furlong, 13, of Taghmon in County Wexford on the Southeast coast of Ireland.

Tickets are also available for a special performance by Harkin, with special guests Rebecca Harkin and Cahill, in the AETN studios Monday, Nov.

Campbell to judge Boo Bash Halloween costume contest

Campbell to judge Boo Bash Halloween costume contest

Brandon D. Campbell, founder of the Little Rock Fashion Week, will be a Halloween costume judge at the annual Boo Bash at the Peabody, scheduled to take place Saturday, October 29 at the Peabody Hotel in downtown Little Rock from 9 pm to midnight. Over $5,000 in cash and prizes will be given out.

Campbell, a former producer at E! Entertainment and Style Networks in Los Angeles, joins Lauren Clark, of KTHV; and Pool Boy, of Alice 107.7 FM. Radio personalities Heather and DC, of Alice 107.7 FM will present prizes. Local rap star Epiphany will emcee.

Tickets are $10 at the door. Must be 21 or older to enter.

About Brandon D. Campbell: After graduating from the University of Iowa with a Journalism degree, he later cut his teeth in fashion and entertainment at E! Entertainment and Style Network. There he produced live events and fashion specials, including “E!

Pink is in, according to Little Rock Fashion Week

Pink is in, according to Little Rock Fashion Week

(October 19, 2011) Little Rock, AR – Little Rock Fashion Week (LRFW) is proud to announce its support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month with its official registration for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, which takes in place Little Rock on Saturday, October 22.

 

“Breast cancer is a serious disease that affects all of us. This cancer has robbed the life of friends and family members of those affiliated with the Little Rock Fashion Week and I want to lend my support,” says Brandon D. Campbell, the founder and executive director of LRFW. “Breast cancer should be taken personally by everyone. I ask that we do not wait for this dreadful disorder to claim the life of someone close to us to help with finding solutions. I'm challenging as many people as possible to donate to charities that assist in breast cancer research and prevention and for men and women to get mammograms.”

 

The Susan G.

REMINDER: Fashion designers apply for Little Rock Fashion Week 2012

REMINDER: Fashion designers apply for Little Rock Fashion Week 2012

Monday, October 17 is the deadline for fashion designers of all ages to apply to showcase their clothing lines at the fourth annual Little Rock Fashion Week, scheduled for July 16-21, 2012 at various locations in downtown Little Rock. To request an application for LRFW 2012 send an email to joinus@littlerockfashionweek.com.

LRFW highlights the best fashions by local, national and student designers at its Posh Expression and Young & Fabulous fashion shows. Participating clothing lines compete to win the distinction of LRFW’s “2012 Clothing Line of the Year.” The winner receives several prizes and perks for up to one year.

The 2011 winner, Laurella by Pittsburgh resident Laurie B.

Fashion designers can apply for Little Rock Fashion Week 2012

Fashion designers can apply for Little Rock Fashion Week 2012

Little Rock Fashion Week (LRFW) is accepting applications from fashion designers wanting to showcase their clothing lines at the fourth annual Little Rock Fashion Week, scheduled for July 16-21, 2012 at various locations in downtown Little Rock. The early application postmark deadline is October 17, 2011.

LRFW highlights the best fashions by local, national and student designers at its Posh Expression and Young & Fabulous fashion shows. Participating clothing lines compete to win the distinction of LRFW’s “2012 Clothing Line of the Year.” The winner receives several prizes and perks for up to one year.

The 2011 winner, Laurella by Pittsburgh resident Laurie B.

Do you want to be a fashion designer?

Do you want to be a fashion designer?

If you have ever wanted to be a fashion designer or hone the design skills you already posess, now is the time to take a look into Jamileh Kamran's Fashion School (http://www.jamilehkamran.com/) based in Little Rock.  The only fashion design focused school in the state of Arkansas is accepting applications now for classes starting on September 17, 2011.

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