Thanks to Chris King of Stickz and the Rev Room for sharing the latest local music lineup with us.
The following are the top picks
for live music in Central Arkansas for the coming two weeks:
*All shows are 21 and up
unless otherwise noted.
Wednesday, June 29 —
• Mayday by Midnight, Stickyz
Rock N' Roll Chicken Shack, 9 pm, $5 admission, www.stickyz.com
Thursday, June 30 —
• JASON D. WILLIAMS with
Charlotte Taylor & Gypsy Rain, Revolution Music Room ("Rev Room"), AGES 18
AND UP, 9 pm, tickets $10 in advance, $15 day-of-show, available online now at
www.revroom.com or at Rev Room (restaurant
• Ladies Night with Lucious
Spiller Band, Stickyz, 9:30 pm, $5
Friday, July 1 —
• Gold Diggin' Mothers (Kings of
Leon Tribute Band), Stickyz, 9 pm, $6
Monday, July 4 —
• Grateful Dead Night with Touch
(Dead Tribute Band), Stickyz, 8 pm, $5
Tuesday, July 5 —
• Louis Logic with Ceschi Ramos
and 607, Stickyz, 9 pm, $10
Wednesday, July 6 —
• Bernard Allison, Rev Room, AGES
18 AND UP, 9 pm
• Mayday by Midnight, Stickyz, 9
Thursday, July 7 —
• SATISFACTION The Rolling Stones
Experience, Rev Room, ALL AGES, 9 pm, $8
Friday, July 8 —
• Bear Colony with This Holy
House, Catskill Kids, Belair; Stickyz, 9 pm, $7
Saturday, July 9 —
• Kingsdown with Se7en Sharp, Rev
Room, ALL AGES, 9 pm, $5 adv, $7 day-of-show, $10 for minors
Sunday, July 10
• Roger Clyne & The
Peacemakers with Sons of Bill, Stickyz, 9 pm, tickets $10 available online now
at www.stickyz.com or at the door
Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution airs Friday's at 8pm right here on Channel 7. The American Heart Association has partnered with the Food Revolution to promote healthy eating. For your chance to win a healthy cooking package, leave a comment telling us your favorite kid friendly recipe. Don't forget to include your contact information so we can tell you how to collect your prize.
If you are, stop by your nearest Tropical Smoothie location. The first 500 in the door wearing flip flops get a free FREE 24oz Jetty Punch smoothie. And don't forget to leave a donation for Camp Sunshine (www.campsunshine.com) to help send local children with life threatening diseases (and their parents and siblings) to this fantastic summer retreat.
Thanks to Angie Freel of the Saline County Cooperative Extension Service for sharing these disinfecting pointers!
Disinfectants – the green way!
– put in spray bottle and spray
Hydrogen Peroxide – put in spray bottle and spray
herbal antibacterial disinfectant is better and safer than the popular
antibacterial cleaners on the market today. It is ideal for kitchens
and bathrooms and can be stored indefinitely.
Tea tree disinfectant – 2 Tablespoons
Borax, 2 cups of hot water, ¼ cup lemon juice & 20 drops of tea tree oil.
Dissolve borax in hot water, shake well and add remaining ingredients.
·Another homemade recipe,
especially good for disinfecting toilets is a combination of vinegar and essential oils.
Mix two cups of white
distilled vinegar with 15 drops of tea tree, thyme, eucalyptus, or pine
essential oils. Spray in the toilet then clean as usual,
vinegar if possible.
homemade cleaning products, always make sure to label the bottles.
All Purpose Disinfectant Cleaner
This is an effective all purpose
disinfectant cleanser. It's an all-natural and green substitute for chemical
disinfectants. Use this for counter tops, sinks, or spray on floors and wipe
1.In a plastic pump
spray bottle, add 1/4 cup white vinegar. Vinegar is a disinfectant and it
shines up surfaces really well without leaving behind any buildup.
teaspoon plain dish washing liquid into the spray bottle. The dish washing liquid
should be just a plain old soapy liquid, not one with added bleach or bleach
alternative. The cheapest, scent free variety is best. Dish washing liquid is a
good cleaning agent, and the soapy film will be kept to a minimum with the
3.Add about 20
drops tea tree oil to the mixture. This oil will have quite a strong
smell, but tea tree oil is a very effective disinfectant. Shake to mix well.
Finally fill the bottle with water. That's it!
We have another great sneak preview for you! We are giving you a different way to get to get your passes. Instead of stopping by the lobby of KATV, just visit the website below, put in the code and print your pass.
Thanks to the Chris for sharing this list of some great acts you can catch on the stages around the River Market in the next 2 weeks.
Following is the best of the live music happening in Central Arkansas in the coming two weeks:
THURSDAY, JUNE 2
• Knox Hamilton with Hoop Dreams & Dearspeak at Stickyz, 9 pm, $5 at door
FRIDAY, JUNE 3
• Bleu Edmondson at Stickyz, 9:30 pm, $10 tickets available online www.stickyz.com or at door
• The Black Dahlia Murder at Rev Room with three openers, 8 pm, ALL AGES, tickets $10 in adv at www.revroom.com or at the door
• Cedric Burnside Project at White Water Tavern, 10 pm, 375-8400
SATURDAY, JUNE 4
• Big Stack at Stickyz, 9 pm, admission TBA
MONDAY, JUNE 6
Grateful Dead Night at Stickyz with Touch All-Star Grateful Dead
Tribute Band & Vendors/Tape Trading, 8 pm, doors open at 7 pm, $5
TUESDAY, JUNE 7
• Frontier Ruckus at Stickyz, 9 pm, admission TBA
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8
• The Black Angels at Stickyz, 9 pm, tickets $10 available online www.stickyz.com or at the door
THURSDAY, JUNE 9
• PARACHUTE with Damata and Kevin Hammond at Rev Room, ALL AGES, showtime 9 pm, tickets $10 in advance at www.revroom.com. Check out www.lovelivemusic.com or Love Livemusic on Facebook for details on how to win entry to a special meet-and-greet with the band at soundcheck!
FRIDAY, JUNE 10
• Roger Creager at Stickyz, 9 pm, tickets $8 adv or $10 at door, available online at www.stickyz.com
• Crossfade & Pop Evil at Juanita's, 9 pm, $17 adv, $20 at door, presented by The Edge 100.3
SATURDAY, JUNE 11
• Taylor Made at Stickyz, 9:30 pm, admission TBA
MONDAY, JUNE 13
• J Roddy Walston & The Business at Stickyz, 9 pm, tickets $7 at the door