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Feature: 2016 AY’s Powerful Women

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The iconic forward-thinking First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “No woman can really reach a place of recognition unless she has actually earned that place.” Photography by Lily Darragh / Shot on location at The Studios at Bespoke Media, Little Rock   March, AY recognizes the contributions, talents and tenacity of several of Arkansas’ trailbla[...]

Feature: Classic Meets Contemporary

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The Vaughan-Palmer home in the Spa City’s historic Quapaw district was built in 1902 by Harry Vaughan. Photography by Janet Warlick Styled by Christopher Koch, Arkansas Furniture and Interiors   5,500-square-foot home was lovingly restored by famed Hot Springs artist Linda Palmer, who purchased it in 2000. She adored the dwelling, but she decided[...]

Feature: Black History 365

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This month, we recognize Black History Month by highlighting two of our state’s Afrocentric galleries, Hearne Fine Art and the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center, in addition to the outstanding artists whose work will be exhibited during the commemoration.   its inception in June 1988, Hearne Fine Art of Little Rock, which began as Pyramid Gallery, ha[...]

Feature: Food for Life

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Perhaps you’re one of millions of Americans whose New Year Resolutions included: Lose weight. Eat more healthily. And perhaps you’re one of the millions who, by mid-February, find they’ve fallen off the wagon. This year, why not try something a bit different? Photography by Angie Davis   you meet someone who is passionate about her work, it inspir[...]

Feature: A Once in a Lifetime Find

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The story of Esperanza is the stuff fairy tales are made of. Photography by Cindy Momchilov and courtesy of Mike Botha   Oskarson and boyfriend Travis Dillon visited a friend in Ratcliff, Ark., this past June, and while driving home to Colorado, the two decided to try their hands at one of their hobbies: prospecting. They’d heard of the Crater of [...]

Feature: Arkansas’ Abundance

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Field, Farm and Game Photography by Ashlee Nobel and Janet Warlick   FAIR GAME Arkansas can easily be considered a haven for fishermen and hunters: There are more than 600,000 acres of lakes; nearly 10,000 miles of rivers and streams; and 3.2 million acres of public, huntable land in Arkansas.  The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission owns and manages [...]