501 LIFE to be featured 
on Channel 4 news show

The February “A heart for the arts” edition of 501 LIFE will be featured during the 12:30 p.m. news show Tuesday, Jan. 29, on KARK Channel 4. Selva Aliss of Bolivia, a student at the University of Central Arkansas and a member of the Conway Symphony Orchestra, is featured on the cover of this month’s edition. (Mike Kemp photo)

The February “A heart for the arts” edition of 501 LIFE will be highlighted on KARK Channel 4 during the 12:30 p.m. news show on Tuesday, Jan. 29.

Each month, 501 LIFE co-publisher and editor Sonja Keith presents information about the current edition as it hits the streets. “This month, 501 LIFE is all about celebrating the arts,” said Keith. “For our cover story, we feature the incredible Conway Symphony Orchestra, its diversity and how the musicians – like Selva Aliss of Bolivia pictured on the cover – are sharing their talents.

“The CSO is also giving back to the community through its outreach programs, which we detailed in this issue.”

Vicki Crockett, CSO general manager, will join Keith for the segment.

Also in the February edition:

  • Person of the month – Amanda Horton is the director of the Reynolds Performance Hall at the University of Central Arkansas.
  • Feature – Nicole and Gene Hatfield shared a special love story that still resonates today.
  • Neighbors – Outgoing Maumelle Mayor Mike Watson recently reflected on his 12 years at the helm.
  • In her monthly “Traveling the 501” feature, Linda Henderson presents photos and information about painted quilt squares located throughout the area.

In addition to the live KARK broadcast, the 501 LIFE segment can be seen on the station’s website – arkansasmatters.com. For more information on this month’s issue, visit 501lifemag.com.