Category archives: Magazine

ATYH: Guest Bedroom - Beautiful Boudoir

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Photography by Janet Warlick    Antonetti Schutze has worked with this central Arkansas homeowner for several years. The homeowners renovated their living room and kitchen five years ago. “And when they became empty nesters, they decided to redesign their guest bedrooms, to give them their own personalities,” she said. TIPS: Customize. “Put a bi[...]

Historical Gems: Finding His Roots - Todd Perry

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Photography provided by Todd Perry “The family is our refuge and our springboard; nourished on it, we can advance to new horizons,” author Alex Haley stated. Quoted in Traits of a Healthy Family, a 1985 book by Dolores Curran, Haley went on to say, “In every conceivable manner, the family is link to our past, bridge to our future.” Haley’s Roots: The Saga o[...]

Feature: A Forgotten Population

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Photography by Beth Hall and Janet Warlick   The Facts of the Matter  for the most vulnerable members of our society, namely children, is a challenging task. The Children’s Bureau, an office of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Administration for Children and Families, “partners with federal, state, tribal and local agencies to im[...]

Create: Beyond Beef

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Photography by Cindy Momchilov :: Styled by Muriel H. Wilkins    you been thinking about alternatives to burgers and fries? While you’re probably familiar with turkey burgers, you may not know that ground chicken, lamb, tuna and salmon also make great burgers. Have you made your own chickpea or black bean burgers? There is a whole world of options out[...]

Dining Spotlight: Internationally Influenced

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The historic Park Hill neighborhood of North Little Rock welcomed the upscale Ira’s Park Hill Grill, which serves a melting-pot menu of lunch, brunch, dinner … and cocktails, since the community voted to lift the neighborhood liquor ban in 2013. Photography by Janet Warlick   Ira Mittelman is blazing a foodie trail and hopes others will join him in [...]

Feature: Practical Printing

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College of the Ouachitas opens largest print farm in the world and transforms lives. Photography by Sara Blancett Reeves   of brightly colored plastic filament slowly spun. The plastic melted and extruded in each of the three-dimensional, or 3-D, printers working away at the College of the Ouachitas (COTO) in Malvern, Arkansas. The filament also[...]