Author archives: Brigette Williams

Let The Good Times Roll

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By Brigette Williams :: Photography by Jamison Mosley     What happens when two dining powerhouses join forces? When it’s the legendary Louis Petit of Jacques and Suzanne, and the formidable Jim Keet of Taziki’s and 100 other restaurants, it’s the realization of a shared dream—Petit & Keet Bar and Grill.     ouis[...]

Downtown's Crowned Jewel

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By Brigette Williams If you’ve driven through downtown Little Rock in the past couple of years, chances are you’ve noticed the transformation of the Robinson Auditorium into the new Robinson Center. While the exterior revisions are evident, the interior work will be unveiled Nov. 19 with a grand reveal. A monumental landmark on the corner of the busy[...]

Giving the Gift of Freedom

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By Brigette Williams :: photography by Jamison Mosley Ron King is a man of humility in his understated acknowledgement of his simple desire to make a difference in children’s lives with a bike of their own. King recalls watching a Christmas news story in 2008 about local police taking unclaimed bikes from police storage units and repairing the[...]

Sweet Potatoes At Lindsey's Hospitality House

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  Lindsey’s Hospitality House has been a North Little Rock mainstay for more than 60 years. It is now in the hands of the second generation with Donnie Lindsey, Jr. and his wife, Eleanor. We were surprised to learn that Lindsey’s busiest time of year isn’t Memorial Day, Fourth of July or Labor Day, but Thanksgiving. "Our tradition is barbeque, [...]

Home: Tale of Two Kitchens

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With a focus on food this month, what better time to give extra attention to the kitchen by visiting two families happy with their dream kitchens. Photography by Janet Warlick   can't talk about food without talking about kitchens, the heart of any home. Oscar and Doris Washington know about kitchens. Located in Chenal Valley, it is their sixth[...]

Dining Spotlight: Wanderlust to Wilson

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Ever heard of Wilson, Arkansas? It’s a town, population 900 plus, just off I-55 north in Mississippi County. Photography by Cindy Momchilov   in the Delta region it is surrounded by farmland, much covered at the time of our visit with acres of bloomed cotton plants. It looks like a lot of rural Arkansas towns until you’re officially in the tow[...]