Category archives: November 2015

November's Top 10 Things to Do

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1. ‘Park’s Pants’ Little Rock Through Nov. 22: “Park’s Pants” is an exhibit featuring works by Nancy Nolan, one of Arkansas’ best-known photographers, and filmmaker Dave Anderson. For 20 years, Nolan has taken photographs of her prematurely born son Park in the same pair of his father’s jeans, recording his “physical, emotional and intellectual evolution[...]

Home: Eclectic & Domestic

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We are always on the lookout for gorgeous homes to feature in our pages. And, as a statewide publication, we like to bring you homes located in various regions. This month, we are honored to share the 4,000-square-foot, Jonesboro, Ark., home of Dr. Charles Cesare, Jr., and wife Amber. Photography by Janet Warlick   searching for feature-worthy hom[...]

ATYH: Adorable Alcove

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Lindsey Binz has designed interiors for 14 years. She began as a child, she said, explaining, “I constantly rearranged my room.” Photography by Karen E. Segrave   mother was an avid antique collector, and her best friend’s father was an antique dealer. “So I got a true appreciation for good, quality furnishings,” Binz said. “I foresaw myself be[...]

Excursion: A Mix of the Old and New

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To say that Fort Smith is undergoing a renaissance is an understatement. By Laurie Marshall :: Photography by Ashlee Nobel and Janet Warlick   has long been a popular destination for people who love the lore of the Old West, but new amenities now provide alternatives for visitors who aren’t interested in cowboy boots and Wranglers. Thus, it di[...]

Art Scene: Corporate Meets Art

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The Arkansas Capital Corporation Group is investing in the arts. Photography courtesy of the artists   Arkansas Capital Corporation Group (ACCG) has, since 1957, been in the business of helping business. “We are a nonprofit economic development and financing organization that helps with expansions and startups in Arkansas,” said Al Hodge, the comp[...]

Notable: The Clean Eatery

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A conversation with Ryan Merritt-McGehee is an educational experience. Photo by Sara Edwards Neal   a nutritionist and a certified personal trainer, so as you can imagine he eats “clean.” And he wants others to as well, that’s why he founded The Clean Eatery. Located in Stratton’s Market, the walk-up offers some of the tastiest food around. Th[...]