Category archives: August 2017

Intriguing Men: Mark Henry

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Inspirational Mark Henry Teaching Pastor at Fellowship Bible Church ark Henry, a Little Rock native, graduated from Little Rock Central High School. Though he attended church during his childhood and adolescence, his passion for the gospel did not begin until his freshman year at the University of Arkansas. He began attending Bible study with a friend and[...]

Intriguing Men: Aaron Bleidt

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Advertising Aaron Bleidt Principal/Managing Director of  Vantage Point Communications ith 17 years of leadership experience in media, marketing and publishing, Aaron Bleidt served from 2000 to 2010 as founder/publisher and executive editor of CitiScapes Metro Monthly, Northwest Arkansas’ longest-running regional lifestyle magazine. Upon selling the publ[...]

Dancing with Our Stars to Cure Neurofibromatosis

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This year, the Arkansas chapter of the Children’s Tumor Foundation will host the 10th anniversary of their largest annual fundraising event. he Arkansas chapter of the Children’s Tumor Foundation will host the 10th anniversary of Dancing with Our Stars on Thursday, September 7, at the Little Rock Marriott Ballroom. The event will include a cocktail hour and[...]

Top 10 Events in August

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1 LADY ANTEBELLUM ROGERS August 5 Country music fans are in for a treat as Lady Antebellum artists Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood reunite after taking time apart to pursue solo projects. The popular trio will be playing at the the Walmart AMP (Arkansas Music Pavilion) along with Kelsea Ballerini and Brett Young. Gates open at 6 p.m. Music[...]

Be The King’s Guest

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he new Guest House at Graceland and Elvis Presley’s Memphis complex offer Graceland visitors an expanded experience. There are touches of Elvis Presley throughout the Guest House at Graceland, just as one visiting the new, four-diamond resort on the Graceland campus might expect. But those Elvis-inspired accents are classy, not kitschy. You won’t find vel[...]

Chill Out

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Cool Arkansas treats can make your summer days more delightful. GO ALL NATURAL WITH A PINK DRAGON Paninis and Company revamped their menu around Easter to focus on two fronts: substantial and fresh sandwiches and remarkably brilliant smoothies. Barkley Boyd’s creations include a colorful array of cold sippables that are just as pretty as they are healthy. [...]

Lost Forty: Little Rock Brews

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s the seasons begin to change so do the local craft beer offerings. We checked in with Lost Forty to find out what they’ve got on tap to help combat the late Arkansas summer heat and humidity and ease the transition into early fall. All brews will be available on draft at restaurants and bars statewide, in cans for your next barbecue or outdoor adventure [...]

Cool Canvas

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Loblolly Creamery’s new digs mean new flavors, new art and more seats for milkshake sipping. ally Mengel’s first widely shared sweet treat was buttermilk ice cream at the inaugural Arkansas Cornbread Festival in Little Rock in 2011. Six years later, it’s one of 32 flavors offered daily in a large space just footfalls away from the original competition. Th[...]

The Best Fresh Food in Memphis

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sually when you think of Memphis and food, barbecue is the first thing that comes to mind. Clearly, food in this Delta city is much more, and is ever-evolving past mouth-watering dry ribs and award-winning pulled pork. Fresh and local have become synonymous with the food scene in Memphis. Two local restaurants, Wild Beet Salad Co. (formerly Lettuce Eat), and[...]