Ask an Expert: Arkansas Aesthetics

“We always want you to look like yourself, not different. We want you to feel beautiful in your own skin by accentuating your natural beauty through natural-looking, non-surgical, facial aesthetics.” Arkansas Aesthetics is committed to one simple singular mission–to create beautiful results while maintaining a natural look. Katherine Thomas, a registered nurse and company founder…

Ask an Expert: Alzheimer’s Arkansas

“Dementia is a group of brain disorders that make it difficult to remember, think clearly, make decisions, or even control emotions.” Alzheimer’s Arkansas is an independent non-profit organization dedicated to supporting Arkansas families affected by any kind of dementia. Its mission is to provide the information and support needed so that all Arkansans affected by…

Little Rock’s Pastime

By Caleb Talley Famed columnist George Will probably said it best when he said: “Baseball is a habit. The slowly rising crescendo of each game, the rhythm of the long season – these are the essentials, and they are remarkably unchanged over nearly a century and a half. Of how many American institutions can that…

Watch Me!

BY MARLA CANTRELL Linda Gray, one of the world’s most recognized stars is the featured speaker for the 30th Anniversary Bolo Bash® Luncheon and Reception on April 16 and 17. Long before Linda Gray played Sue Ellen on Dallas, she dreamed of Hollywood. As a child in Santa Monica, Calif., while attending a Catholic school,…

Lit Fest

By Tyler Hale The 16th annual Arkansas Literary Festival’s lineup includes award-winning authors, dynamic musicians, acclaimed filmmakers and more This month, book lovers from around the state will converge on Little Rock to participate in the largest literary festival in the region. The Central Arkansas Library System (CALS) will host the 16th annual Arkansas Literary…