Jazz in the Park Returns

Get ready to welcome the sixth year of Jazz in the Park in the Little Rock River Market. Throughout April, Riverfront Park will become a more musical place. Celebrate spring by spending your Wednesday nights in downtown Little Rock. Each week, a different band will take the stage from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m at…

6 Tips for Selling Your Home in Winter

Selling your home in the winter months can be extremely daunting, especially if the home is vacant. The weather is cold outside and people would rather relax in the comfort of their own home and start researching the real estate market once the sun begins to shine and the temperatures rise. Don’t be discouraged if…

Unveiled Bridal Couture

Betsy Parkinson Manning didn’t set out to become a clothing designer and business owner. The way she tells it, her trajectory was medical school studying child psychology and development, but a crazy thing happened on the way to class at Baylor University. Her classes for the major were in the same building as the design…

‘Make Room For Pie’ with Kat Robinson

AY’s resident food expert Kat Robinson knows a thing or two about pie. And that’s why she’s the star of a new AETN show, Make Room For Pie, which premieres Thursday night at 6:30 p.m. We recently sat down with Kat to learn a little bit more about her, the show and sweet Arkansas pie.…

Reimagined Arkansas Arts Center Revealed

LITTLE ROCK – Transformational changes are coming to the Arkansas Arts Center, Executive Director Todd Herman announced Tuesday. Alongside architect Jeanne Gang of Studio Gang and landscape architect Kate Orff of SCAPE, Herman presented a striking architectural design that strengthens the connections between the visual and performing arts in an inclusive space that welcomes a…

Obesity in Arkansas: A Call to Action

By Joe Thompson, MD, MPH President and CEO, Arkansas Center for Health Improvement A recent study contains some alarming statistics: America’s death rate is declining more slowly than in years past, and more slowly in comparison to the death rates of other wealthy nations. The study suggests this is due, in part, to rising obesity…