Look Who’s Cookin’: Todd Gold

A fun Q&A with some of the state’s up-and-coming chefs as well as culinary superstars. Photography by Janet Warlick TODD R. GOLD (Online Exclusive) CEC, CCA, AAC / Pulaski Technical College Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Institute / Little Rock   Hometown: Little Rock. Are you a formally trained chef or an on-the-job-trained cook? I was…

Murder Mystery: If Justice is a Lady

Three Arkansas female murderers… Originally appeared in AY‘s March 2012 issue   WINONA GREEN Oct. 21, 1900 – Oct. 30, 1974 [dropcap]Shortly[/dropcap] after midnight Aug. 17, 1924, J.R. Green was shot to death as he walked home from the Little Rock railyard where he worked as a switchman. His murder went unsolved for several months…

Good Will: Gifts of the Heart

Somewhere in Little Rock, a 41-year-old woman is alive because another Little Rock woman, Melissa Owen, registered as an organ donor on her Arkansas driver’s license. Somewhere in Arizona and in New York, two additional women are living because of lungs they received from Melissa Owen. Photography by Janet Warlick   [dropcap]Melissa[/dropcap] was just 38…

Final Thought

[dropcap]You[/dropcap] may recall, Dear Reader, that last month we talked about how popular running has become among women. I mentioned a report that women made up 57 percent of the finishers in running events in 2013 and 2014. By contrast, they made up merely 25 percent of race finishers in 1990. Then I ran out…