IntroductionWelcome to Little Rock Air Force Base, located smack dab in the middle of Arkansas! Little Rock is not only the state’s capital but the most populous city. And while this city of just under 200,000 isn’t the largest city compared to some in other states, it’s bustling with things to do. The historic area near the Arkansas River offers amazing views, warm summers and mild winters to enjoy. Spend your weekends exploring the many parks and waterways or learn all about the history of the South and the country’s 42nd president, Arkansas native Bill Clinton. Enjoy this list of 23 of the best things to do while living on or near Little Rock Air Force Base.Suggested Read: Little Rock Air Force Base: In-Depth Welcome CenterCOVID-19 NoticeDue to the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic, many businesses, venues, and parks may be temporarily closed or operating under restricted hours. Many, if not all, of the ones listed here, are likely subject to such restrictions for the time being though new re-openings and closings occur all the time. Therefore, a place we mention here may not currently be open or available for the time being. Check individual websites provided in each section or call to find out each place’s current hours and situation.23 Things to Do Near Little Rock Air Force BaseKnow what you are looking for? Click the number(s) to go right to what you go:(1-6) Parks, Rivers, and Lakes(7-9) Golfing(10) Fishing and Hunting(11) Sports(12-15) Gyms(15) Bowling(16-22) Attractions(23) MuseumsParks, Rivers, and Lakes1. Little Rock FamCamp75057 CMSGT. Williams DriveLittle Rock Air Force Base, AR 72099Phone: 1 (501) 987-3365The Air Force maintains 36 recreational lodging camps with over 500 cabins and about 100 fixed RV trailers across the globe and those stationed at Little Rock Air Force Base are lucky to have a FamCamp location in their backyard. There are 24 full hookup sites and two overflow sites at the camp. Enjoy a couple of nights of primitive or RV camping with your family or friends on your next free weekend.North Little Rock2. Burns ParkInterstate 40, Exit 150North Little Rock, AR 72119Phone: 1 (501) 791-8543One of the largest municipal parks in the country, Burns Park’s 1,700 acres includes amusement park rides, traditional and disc golf courses, a tennis complex, soccer fields, an archery range and miles of hiking and biking trails. The trails lead to the entrance of the Big Dam Bridge. The park also features an RV campground, a dog park, pavilions and a fishing pond.3. Old Mill at T. R. Pugh Memorial Park3800 Lakeshore DriveNorth Little Rock, AR 72116Phone: 1 (501) 758-1424A historic recreation of an 1880s water-powered grist mill, the Old Mill is most famous for its part in the opening scenes of “Gone With the Wind.” Built in 1933, the mill is on the National Register of Historic Places. The park itself is decorated with sculptures of toadstools, tree stumps and a tree branch-entwined bridge designed by Dionicio Rodriguez. Enjoy a picnic, take advantage of the Instagram-worthy photo opportunity or simply relax and enjoy the scenery.Sherwood4. Fairway Park800 Fairway Ave.Sherwood, AR 72120Phone: 1 (501) 835-6893A green gem in old town Sherwood, Fairway Park’s seasonal outdoor swimming pool has a changing area, restroom facilities and a concession stand. The rest of the park has a gazebo, playground, a picnic area with a grill and an 11,000-square-foot dog park.5. Lake Cherrywood Park300 Summit St.Sherwood, AR 72120Phone: 1 (501) 835-6893Drop a line off the fishing pier at Lake Cherrywood Park, where the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission keeps the lake stocked. Or enjoy the gazebo, picnic area with a grill, swings, a big playground and a basketball court.6. Thornhill Park2201 Thornhill DriveSherwood, AR 72120Phone: 1 (501) 835-6893A vintage Union Pacific caboose is among the features of Thornhill Park, one of more than a dozen parks in town, along with a half-mile asphalt walking trail, a gazebo and picnic area with a grill, and a seasonal outdoor swimming pool with a place to change, restrooms and a concession stand to grab a treat.Little Rock AFB Golf Course7. Championship at Rebsamen Park Golf Course3400 Rebsamen Park RoadLittle Rock, AR 72202Phone: 1 (501) 666-7965Open all week (including most holidays), this 18-hole public/municipal golf course is highly rated on Golf Advisor. With more than 7,000 yards of bunkers, mounding and multi-level greens, it can challenge the best players when set up for tournament play. Enjoy the views along the Arkansas River with beautiful foliage and an abundance of wildlife. Golfers can take a break and enjoy a variety of hot and cold sandwiches, drinks and a wide variety of snacks at Mulligan’s Grill.Maumelle8. The Country Club of Arkansas2 Country Club LaneMaumelle, AR 72113Phone: 1 (501) 851-0095The Country Club of Arkansas is an 18-hole semi-private golf course situated right along the Arkansas River. Water is a theme on the course, with 11 holes having water hazards. The greens are fast and fairways are firm, ensuring you have a challenging round of golf, whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned player. And if you need a little help with your game, a PGA pro is on staff to provide private instruction. Take advantage of the practice facilities or purchase some new equipment at the fully stocked pro shop.Sherwood9. The Greens at North Hills7400 Highway 107Sherwood, AR 72120Phone: 1 (501) 833-3790The Greens at North Hills is a player friendly 18-hole course that is great for beginners. It’s an old school golf course that was built in 1926. In addition to the course, The Greens at North Hills has a driving range where you can work on your long game. Or relax in the bar and grill after an enjoyable round of golf.Fishing and Hunting10. Little Rock Air Force Base SportsmanBuilding 481Little Rock Air Force Base, AR 72099Phone: 1 (501) 987-6800The base offers both hunting and fishing opportunities. Little Rock Air Force Base has nearly 3,000 acres of forest and grassland spread over 30 separate deer hunting areas. Hunting opportunities also include rabbit, squirrel, quail, wild turkey and coyotes. Base lakes support a fishery of largemouth bass, channel catfish, black crappie and bluegill sunfish. You’ll find information, maps and policies for both off-post hunting and fishing at the 19th Security Forces Squadron Front Desk in Building 481.Sports11. Intramural and Varsity SportsBuilding 827, Sixth StreetLittle Rock Air Force Base, AR 72099Phone: 1 (501) 987-7716The Fitness and Sports Center offers a full sporting program with intramural and extramural-level programs. There are four intramural sports and one extramural sport offered throughout the year: softball, basketball, flag football, volleyball and a base softball team. There are special events throughout the year as well, like Sport’s Day, 5K runs and a soccer tournament.Little Rock AFB Gyms12. Fitness and Sports CenterBuilding 827, Sixth StreetLittle Rock Air Force Base, AR 72099Phone: 1 (501) 987-7716The Fitness and Sports Center offers an indoor running track, fitness on demand, weight room, cardio room with top-of-the-line equipment, functional fitness room, indoor parent/child room, racquetball and basketball courts, rotating treadwell/rock wall, group exercise classes and a cafe. See the front desk to sign up for 24-hour access to use the Fitness Center during unstaffed hours.13. Outdoor Fitness AreasBuilding 792Little Rock Air Force Base, AR 72099Phone: 1 (501) 987-7716Don’t want to limit your exercise to the inside of a building? Don’t worry, there are outside fitness areas around Little Rock Air Force Base. These areas include a quarter-mile track, half-mile trail, football and soccer field, three softball fields, two tennis courts and fit-to-fight equipment (located at the WarFit Pavilion). Visit Buildings 792 or 827, or call with any questions about hours and availability.14. Health and Wellness CenterBuilding 827, Sixth StreetLittle Rock Air Force Base, AR 72099Phone: 1 (501) 987-7288The Health and Wellness Center is where you want to go to become the best version of yourself. There are nutrition education services, massage therapy, yoga and stretching programs designed for you and more. All services are by appointment only. Call or email here for more information.Little Rock AFB Bowling15. Strike Zone Bowling CenterBuilding 956, Cannon CircleLittle Rock Air Force Base, AR 72099Phone: 1 (501) 987-3338Strike up some family fun at the Strike Zone Bowling Center. Shoe rental, bowling leagues, professional instruction, and a sports bar and grill are available. Regular game pricing, shoe rental and event information can be found on their website here.Attractions Near Little Rock Air Force BaseLittle Rock Air Force Base16. Information, Tickets & TravelHangar 1080Little Rock Air Force Base, AR 72099Phone: 1 (501) 987-5105Information, Tickets & Travel is a great resource for information on the local areas and surrounding region, and tickets and travel options for weekend getaways or day trips. Some great local options include the River Market shopping and dining in downtown Little Rock, the Clinton Presidential Center and Magic Springs. Staff can arrange airlines, hotels, rental cars and even cruises for everything from weekend trips to an all-inclusive island getaway. ITT will even handle your airline bookings, making travel convenient for you.17. Base Library940 Arnold DriveLittle Rock Air Force Base, AR 72099Phone: 1 (501) 987-6979The Base Library has more to offer than just books. There’s everything from online services, movies, music and video games to magazine and newspaper subscriptions. There are Internet-connected computers for use and Wi-Fi access throughout the library. All of that and thousands of titles to choose from to borrow or stream instantly.Jacksonville18. Splash Zone201 W. Martin St.Jacksonville, AR 72076Phone: 1 (501) 982-4171/7946Located at Pleasure Park, Splash Zone is Jacksonville’s largest aquatics center. Open Memorial Day to Labor Day, Splash Zone has three pools, water slides, a water tunnel, new play structure and the umbrella-shaped Rain Drop and Dew Drop water showers. The Splash Zone is handicap-accessible and also features a concession stand and lockers.Little Rock19. River Market DistrictDowntown Little Rock, ARPhone: 1 (501) 375-2552The River Market district is considered the lifeblood of Little Rock’s downtown scene. It offers a variety of restaurants, boutiques, museums and a farmers market. The River Market’s Ottenheimer Market Hall houses a number of merchants that offer authentic Mexican, Japanese and Middle Eastern cuisine, with a large seating area, beer garden and free Wi-Fi. The unofficial cultural center of Little Rock, the district is a great place to grab a bite to eat, enjoy live music, shop and more, all against the backdrop of the Arkansas River.20. Clinton Presidential Center1200 President Clinton Ave.Little Rock, AR 72201Phone: 1 (501) 374-4242The William J. Clinton Presidential Center provides an exciting and educational experience for visitors of all ages. Featuring 20,000 square feet of exhibit space, the Clinton Library chronicles American history at the turn of the 21st century. Interactive exhibits, including replicas of the White House Cabinet Room and the Oval Office, give visitors a first-hand look into the life and work of the 42nd president. Another section of the museum is designed to present exhibits about life in the White House, showing the splendor of state events, the spirit of holiday celebrations and how the Clintons made the White House their home.21. Little Rock Zoo1 Zoo DriveLittle Rock, AR 72205Phone: 1 (501) 661-7200The Little Rock Zoo is a living natural classroom, featuring over 500 animals across 33 acres. The zoo was founded nearly 100 years ago and is Arkansas’ largest family attraction. It only takes a couple of hours to see everything from lions and tigers and bears (oh my!) at this historic zoo. A gift shop, cafe and educational programs on-site as well.Hot Springs22. Magic Springs1701 E. Grand Ave.Hot Springs, AR 71901Phone: 1 (501) 624-0100Magic Springs Theme and Water Park is the place to go during the summer months to enjoy concerts, water slides and the wave pool, thrill rides, special events like Halloweekends when the park is open for Halloween activities. The park is open weekends from April through October and daily late-May through mid-August.Museums23. Jacksonville Museum of Military History100 Veterans CircleJacksonville, AR 72076Phone: 1 (501) 241-1943The Jacksonville Museum of Military History explores the significant war and home-front activities from the Civil War through the Iraq War as well as current and ongoing military engagements, highlighting the rich military history of the surrounding area. In addition to permanent and special exhibits, there is a museum store, media presentation and projection room, and a research library.ConclusionThe area around Little Rock Air Force Base is full of fun things to do. It’s perfect for avid fishermen and hunters, outdoor enthusiasts or history junkies. Whatever your mood or hobby, there’s something for you to enjoy near your new home. Big things await while stationed at Little Rock Air Force Base.
Related Shows The cast of Paula Vogel’s Indecent celebrated the first day of rehearsal by meeting the press and posing for pics. The new play, directed by Rebecca Taichman, is based on true events and examines the 1923 Broadway debut of Sholem Asch’s God of Vengeance. The provocative drama was shut down after the police charged cast members with obscenity, partly because the piece depicted a lesbian relationship. Starring Katrina Lenk, Mimi Lieber, Max Gordon Moore, Tom Nelis, Steven Rattazi, Richard Topol, Adina Verson, Lisa Gutkin and Aaron Halva, Indecent begins performances at the Cort Theatre on April 4 and opens on April 18. Take in the pic above, and then get ready for a timely look at an explosive piece of theatrical history. View Comments The cast of ‘Indecent'(Photo: Caitlin McNaney) Show Closed This production ended its run on Aug. 6, 2017 Indecent
Sea Wall/A Life Jake Gyllenhaal Star Files Tickets are now on sale for Sea Wall/A Life, a pair of monologues about grief, set to arrive at Broadway’s Hudson Theatre this summer. Carrie Cracknell will repeat her work as director from the recent Public Theater production, with stage-and-screen stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Tom Sturridge reprising their acclaimed performances. Broadway previews will begin on July 26 ahead of an August 8 opening night.Sea Wall, written by Tony winner Simon Stephens (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time) and starring Sturridge, is a work about love and the human need to know the unknowable. A Life, penned by Nick Payne (Constellations) and featuring Gyllenhaal, is a meditation on how we say goodbye to those we love most.Sturridge returns to the Hudson Theatre following a performance in 1984; he earned a Tony nomination for his first main-stem turn in Orphans. Gyllenhaal also previously appeared at the Hudson, in Sunday in the Park with George; prior to that production, he made his Broadway debut in Payne’s Constellations.Sea Wall/A Life is slated to play a limited Broadway engagement through September 29. View Comments Show Closed This production ended its run on Sept. 29, 2019 Production art for “Sea Wall/A Life”(Provided by Rubinstein) Related Shows Tom Sturridge
Vermont Business Magazine Governor Peter Shumlin released today preliminary test results from private water supplies surrounding two former wire-coating facilities in Essex and Winooski. All samples showed no presence of the potentially harmful chemicals PFOA and PFOS. The two sites are former locations of local wire coating and cable extrusion companies Belden Wire & Cable (Essex) and Super-Temp Wire and Cable (Winooski). An Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) contractor took five samples from residential wells near the former Belden Wire & Cable site in Essex, and five samples from wells owned by businesses near the former Super-Temp site in Winooski. All test results were non-detect for PFOA.The two former facilities represent two of eleven sites identified in a statewide plan announced by the Governor in March(link is external) to proactively test water in locations where there could be concern for elevated levels of PFOA. The wire coating industry, semi-conductor industry, and locations where fire-fighting foam was used repeatedly were identified as places that should be tested.The test results released today mean that water supplies sampled at four out of the eleven sites outlined in the statewide plan and tested by the EPA have now tested clean for PFOA. Testing of water supplies around Pittsford Fire Academy (Pittsford) and Phoenix Wire (South Hero) also returned results where PFOA was not detected.
Vermont Business Magazine VSECU, a member-owned cooperative and not for profit credit union for everybody in Vermont, has launched its semi-annual blood drive series for the American Red Cross. The credit union will host six blood drives at branch locations around the state throughout June and into early July. The semi-annual blood drive series launched last year and has generated strong community support and participation. During two drives across VSECU branches in 2015, 144 units of blood were collected. Every unit has the potential to save three lives, meaning the 2015 drives collected enough blood to save as many as 432 lives. VSECU aims to exceed that total in 2016, as part of its commitment to positively impact the communities it serves. The blood drive program was initiated by Abbi Kiley, VSECU’s call center manager, while she was a member of the American Red Cross NH-VT Board of Directors. As an employee-inspired event, VSECU has seen significant participation from its employees, including many first-time donors and blood donation veterans. “I gave blood for the first time at a VSECU blood drive early last year, and have been trying to donate every two months since then. I had always wanted to give blood but never took the opportunity to do so. Now I’ve reached one gallon donated through eight donations,” said Nashoba Hidaka, a technical support specialist for VSECU. “I am happy to donate to give back to people in need. It’s nice to know I am helping someone.””I have given blood 104 times, which is 13 gallons,” added Cheryl Pickreign, Williston Branch Manager for VSECU. “It only takes about an hour from start to finish, which is such a short amount of time to help people who may need blood. We’ve all lost loved ones and I always think that my little donation may have saved a life for another family.”The blood drives will be held in American Red Cross blood mobiles at VSECU branch locations across Vermont. The blood mobiles are equipped with all of the necessary equipment and supplies for sterile blood collection. Those interested in donating blood can make reservations with the American Red Cross(link is external) or stop in at the times and locations listed below. VSECU blood drives will be held on the following dates and locations between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.:June 6: VSECU Bennington Branch at 194 North Street June 9: VSECU Rutland Branch at 72 Seward RoadJune 28: VSECU Williston Branch at 1755 Essex RoadJune 29: VSECU Berlin Branch at 365 Paine Turnpike NorthJune 30: VSECU St. Johnsbury Branch at 1036 Memorial DriveJuly 1: VSECU Brattleboro Branch at 499 Canal StreetAbout VSECUVSECU is a member-owned cooperative and not for profit credit union for everybody who lives and works in Vermont, offering a full range of affordable financial products and services to its member-owners. VSECU is committed to improving the lives of Vermonters by empowering the possibilities for greater social, environmental, and financial prosperity. For more information about VSECU, call 802/800 371-5162 or visit www.vsecu.com(link is external).MONTPELIER, VT, JUNE 2, 2016 — VSECU
Some of the best off-roaders in Europe will showcase their speed and mountain bike skills at the inaugural XTERRA Molveno ShortTrack races in northern Italy this Saturday, October 3, 2020.Staged on the shores of Lake Molveno in front of the Brenta Dolomites, the multi-lap, made-for-TV format of XTERRA racing will be broadcast to a worldwide audience live on Facebook/XTERRAEurope and triathlonlive.tv.The men’s elite race starts at 13:45pm CEST and the women at 15:45 CEST.“This style of racing is gritty and intense, it’s fun for athletes, and great for spectators and TV,” said Nico Lebrun, a former XTERRA World Champ (2005) who is now Director at XTERRA Europe.Massimo Massacesi and Alex Miconi, the organizers for XTERRA Molveno, are the first organizers to host an off-road triathlon event weekend dedicated exclusively to the XTERRA ShortTrack format.Athletes will race a time trial in the morning, which combines a 200m swim with a 4km mountain bike and 1.5km trail run. This sets their time and ranking for the main event in the afternoon. Each position will be rewarded with a three-second advantage at the start.The main event for TV will combine two 200m swim laps (400m) with four 1.75km bike loops (7km), and two 1.25km run laps (2.5km).A pool of US$10,000 prize money will be awarded to the top 10 men and women.Kostas Koumargialis, the Marketing Director for XTERRA Europe, argues that the XTERRA ShortTrack format is pushing boundaries for the sport in the best of ways.“The drama and action are unbelievable,” Koumargialis said. “It’s unlike anything we’ve seen before in our sport. Athletes are constantly fighting for position over a short, twisting course.“There are jumps, crashes, frustration, tears of disappointment and tears of joy, all happening right in front of the crowd and cameras over the course of 40 minutes of racing. I think it’s great, and we are excited to show it off to a global audience this year in Molveno.”www.xterraplanet.com Related
Reader Brenda Buckles spotted six deer milling about her neighborhood in the 8300 block of Fontana this morning, and passed along this shot by Frank Flink:Register to continue
Annual State of the Arts gala set for tonight in Prairie Village. The Prairie Village Arts Council is presenting its 10th annual State of the Arts awards gala from 6- to 8 p.m. at the R.G. Endres Gallery, 7700 Mission Rd. The juried show features two-dimensional and three-dimensional works by some of the region’s best artists. The awards presentation will be at 7:30 p.m. Selected works will be displayed at the gallery through Oct. 28. This year’s juror is William Rose, a painter who’s works have attracted a national following. The gala also offers an opportunity for people to visit the artists while enjoying music, hors d’ oeuvres, sweets and drinks.SM East grad returns with orchestra. Emma Reno, a 2013 SM East graduate and one of the winners of the Johnson County Shooting Stars contest in high school, is a member of the internationally known St. Olaf Orchestra from St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minn. The orchestra will perform at 7 p.m. Sunday at SM West in the auditorium. Reno plays flute and was principal flute in the Kansas City Youth Symphony. She attended the Interlochen music camp and at SM East played in both band and orchestra. She hopes to return to Kansas City to dental school after graduating. Reno is the daughter of Buzz Reno and Betsy Tedrow. St. Olaf’s has been rated one of the best college orchestras in the country and is currently on a fall tour.Next Tuesday, October 18th is the final day to register to vote for the Fall 2016 General Elections. Westwood reminds prospective voters can register online, at City Hall, as well as other locations around Johnson County. You can use the Johnson County Election Office’s Voter Lookup to verify your registration status.The Kansas City Marathon is this Saturday, look out for traffic delays. If your weekend plans take you east of State Line Road you may want to check the race route map to avoid traffic difficulties. Runners will crossing the intersection of 50th Street and Ward Parkway from about 8- to 10 a.m.Students in the Navy Junior Reserve Officers Training program at SM West pelted with stones during homecoming parade. Fox4 reported the NJROTC students from SM West were struck by stones and the students responsible have been punished by the school district.The Shawnee Mission Medical Center is celebrating its Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Sunday. The Shawnee Mission Medical Center is inviting its NICU graduates and their families to a celebration on its campus. Kids are invited to dress in costume and enjoy trick-or-treating. The event will also include face painting, gym activities and snacks. The event will be from 2-5 p.m. in the park on the east side of the birth center, 9100 W. 74th St.Northeast Johnson County morning roundup is brought to you by Twisted Sisters Coffee Shop on Johnson Drive. For updates on the latest blends and specialty drinks available, follow them on Facebook.
Savage Universal, manufacturer of quality paper and accessory products for the photographic industry, will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Savage Building, a 64,030 square foot facility that will be the new headquarters of Savage Universal Corp. The new office and warehouse facility is located at 2050 S. Stearman in Chandler.At 2 p.m. on Thursday May 8 Savage Universal Corporation will hold the event to celebrate the raising of the walls of their new facility. Known as the Savage Building, the facility is being built by LGE Design Build, the Valley’s leading design build contractor and includes office, manufacturing and distribution facilities.Savage Universal envisions the new facility as a home for the company that will meets its current needs and operations. Located in the Chandler Airpark, the building will be a state of the art manufacturing and distribution center. The employees are also looking forward to the new location which is centralized in the east valley and is located next to newly developed shopping centers and restaurants. Savage Universal executives attending the ceremony will include Hayward Richard Pressman, Chairman of the Board; Sylvester Hank, President; Richard Reiser, Chief Operating Officer; and the Savage staff. Also attending will be representatives from the city of Chandler, LGE Design Build and Bank of Arizona.“The company founded by my father, Mac Pressman, in 1937 has continued to grow and prosper while located in the friendly business environment that exists in Chandler,” said Richard Pressman. “The new facility will reflect greater efficiencies in converting and distribution required in today’s business environment.”Hank added, “The photographic business has undergone substantial fundamental changes in recent years requiring Savage to adjust the manner in which it conducts business. Our new facility will help us meet those changing needs and maintain our industry leadership.” Both Pressman and Hank expressed optimism for the future of Savage and Pressman noted, “the new facility will upgrade the company’s efficiency in conducting business and allow us to better serve our customers.”Pressman added that management felt it was time for Savage Universal to upgrade its’ facilities, and added that the new facility will allow Savage to address the changing needs of the photographic backdrop and studio photography equipment industry. “We have been in our existing building for 14 years, and we needed a new facility that conforms to operations as they are now and will be in the future, not the way they were a decade ago,” he said. “We have fewer, but much larger customers now due to consolidation in the photo industry, and we need a building that allows us to address the new market we are in. LGE helped us achieve that.”According to Reiser, the choice of LGE for their project was an easy one for Savage Universal. “LGE has a reputation for dependability, and David Sellers is extremely knowledgeable about his industry,” Reiser said. “David has a great vision for how to make the building meet our needs now and down the road. LGE was at the top of our list all along.”Sellers, the president of LGE Design Build, stated that the project allowed LGE to showcase several areas his company has added in recent years to provide a more full-service approach for its clients.“The Savage project allows us to show how we can take a mixed use project like this combining office, manufacturing and distribution space and make it both functional and beautiful,” Sellers said. “Our interior design group did a great job of making all the elements blend together into one seamless unit that is truly eye-catching. They also provided a design that was totally functional for Savage, allowing them to meet the needs of a very specific industry. This was a very fun project to develop.”
The Huffington Post: What are your eating habits in the face of stress? Do you eat more under duress, or are you the sort of person who loses your appetite?A new study shows that stress eaters tend to eat more when stressed, but actually eat less after a positive experience, while “skippers” — those who don’t eat during stressful moments — tend to consume more after a positive experience.“These findings challenge the simplistic view that stress eaters need to regulate their eating behavior to prevent weight gain,” study researcher Gudrun Sproesser, of the University of Konstanz in Germany, said in a statement. “Both skippers and munchers have their ‘soft spot’ for food, they just show different compensatory eating patterns in response to positive and negative situations.”For the study, published in the journal Psychological Science, researchers subjected study participants to either a positive or negative feedback experience. To induce this experience, they had participants video chat with a stranger partner before meeting him or her in person.Read the whole story: The Huffington Post More of our Members in the Media >