Guest blog by Sarah Thomas Pilcher Strawberries! Strawberries! What’s not to love about this HEART-shaped fruit? Strawberries are packed with amazing health benefits including improved eye health and proper brain function as [ … ]
More than 60 of the best artists and artisans in the region will converge in Little Rock for the inaugural Cattywampus Spring Bizarre May 19 at the new Blue Canoe Brewing Warehouse.
Roughly one in every four deaths in the United States can be attributed to heart disease. That’s 610,000 each year.
Opera In The Rock presents Troubled Island, Arkansas native William Grant Still’s historic and groundbreaking opera this weekend at UA Pulaski Tech The Centers for Humanities and Arts.
Chris Shenep is a fan of his hometown — so much so that his friends at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville awarded him the nickname “Little Rock.”
An enthusiastic advocate for Our House, Dinner on the Grounds Chairman Del Boyette hosts a Southern supper with springtime spirits in support of the shelter.
In partnership with Centers for Youth & Families, Margaret and Curtis Blake have dedicated nearly 40 years to foster care.
More than a resell store, Goodwill Industries of Arkansas — under the leadership of President and CEO Brian Marsh — is shaping the employment landscape of the entire state.
Chris Johnson invites guests to join him at Arkansan of the Year and support the vital work of Easterseals Arkansas for individuals with disabilities.
bursting with color + the delights of springtime