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The young Craig O’Neill never would have seen the life-changing merits of a tea party or the joy in dancing the Nutcracker as a 65-year-old. But then he became “Dadoo,” and spending time with his granddaughters became one of the greatest, magical gifts in his life.
In every issue this year we’ve dedicated special space in celebration of our 20th anniversary. This month is no exception, except we are also celebrating National Grandparents Day which is Sunday, September 7. In honor of this beloved familial group, we’ve invited some of our community’s favorite iconic personalities who just so happen to be grandparents themselves.
UALR’s College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences department hosted the annual Finale event at the college’s Jack Stephens Center. Craig O’Neill and Jane F. Hankins were honored for being longtime supporters of UALR’s arts programs. Last year’s honoree, Melissa Thoma, was master of ceremonies for the event.
The Heights is more than an area or neighborhood. It is a foundation on which great family stories are built. In our 37 years here, we have seen so many changes — in neighbors, stores, architecture, restaurants and all those things that contribute to the culture of a neighborhood. But the one constant is the nurturing, creative spirit that infuses all who live and work here.
Rep. Ed Garner, THV 11 News' Craig O'Neill and Arkansas Business' Lance Turner talks about Davy Carter, Mike Beebe's $4.9 billion budget proposal and the looming fight over the Medicaid expansion in Arkansas under the Affordable Care Act.
Get a price break on advance tickets today (Nov. 2) for Hawgs for a Cause, a tailgate party benefiting Arkansas Enterprises for the Developmentally Disabled planned for Nov. 9 at AEDD Multi-Purpose Center, East Roosevelt Road and Main Street, Little Rock.
A timely discussion of the two-party political system by former U.S. Senator David Pryor and former U.S. Rep. Ed Bethune will be part of the of Old State House Museum Associates' annual supper Thursday (Nov. 1).
The third annual Arkansas Walk Now for Autism Speaks, planned for 10 a.m. Oct. 6 at Clinton Presidential Center, 1200 President Clinton Ave., Little Rock, seeks to raise more than $105,000 for autism research and advocacy work. Advance and onsite registration is available.
Caribbean Cabaret - an auction and cocktail reception to benefit Women & Children First - was held at the home of Tiffany and Daniel Robinson. Dawn Scott was emcee, Craig O'Neill was auctioneer and Mayday by Midnight provided entertainment.
Dr. and Mrs. Warren Boop will be honored for their service to Presbyterian Village and the community at 6:30 p.m. March 8 at the Arkansas Arts Center, Ninth and Commerce streets, Little Rock. Tickets are $100.
In this video, InArkansas.com Publisher Jeff Hankins, Today's THV's Craig O'Neill and Alice 107.7's Heather Brown compete in Today's THV This Morning's "OldyWed Game," hoping to win a lucky couple a special Valentine's Day night on the town.
The North Little Rock Chamber of Commerce’s third annual Family Fun Fest will be held from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. today (Oct. 1) at Dickey-Stephens Park, 400 W. Broadway, North Little Rock. Admission is $5 for adults (kids 12 and under get in free).
Dance to the music of the B-Flats and honor John M. A. DiPippa of the UALR School of Law at the Arkansas Prostate Cancer Foundation's A Rockin' Bow Tie Affair at 7 p.m. Saturday (Aug. 20) at Argenta Community Theater, 405 Main St., North Little Rock. Tickets are $100 per person.