Health: A Grand Design

On April 8, Baptist Health Foundation will celebrate a goal well accomplished, a goal that benefits its eight hospitals and the 5,000 patients who receive world-class care at their facilities each day. Photographs courtesy of Baptist Health Foundation   [pullquote]Above Photo: The newest hybrid surgical suite combines sophisticated technology with imaging equipment which allows Baptist…

Living: There’s No Comparison

[dropcap]We[/dropcap] come into this world with more genetically loaded material than we might be comfortable knowing. My son imparted this information to me many years ago whilst he was studying medicine. I asked him few questions. I, after all, took college biology and remembered that certain physical characteristics were preordained — little chemical messengers that…

Feature: Going Greek

This month, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR) will host the university’s largest annual gathering of alumni at its Taste of Little Rock to raise money for student scholarships. Photography by Sara Blancett Reeves   [pullquote]Above Photo: Taste of Little Rock honoree Ron Lazenby with fraternity and sorority members.[/pullquote][dropcap]The[/dropcap] 2015 Taste of Little…

Branson Beckons

Spring is a great time to visit Branson, Missouri. Photographs courtesy of the venues   [pullquote]Above Photo: Table Rock Lake Dam.[/pullquote] [dropcap]The[/dropcap] big news from Branson is the Million Dollar Quartet, opening June 25 at the Welk Resort Theatre. This all-new production of the Tony Award-winning Broadway show is based on the amazing true story…

Final Thought

[dropcap]Call[/dropcap] me a pack rat. You can also say I’m sentimental and fairly disorganized. For instance, right now I’m sitting at my office desk, and near my elbow is last month’s copy of AY, just begging to be put away neatly on a shelf. If I did that, though, that copy would leave behind the…