Author: Amy Gordy

Home: Luxury High-Rise Reboot

Interior design company Tom Chandler and Associates was called on to revamp this penthouse condo in one of downtown Little Rock’s most well-known developments. Photography by Janet Warlick   Chandler team had to work with several existing design elements from the condo’s initial 12-year-old décor scheme — including the water walls in the living room […]

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Excursion: The Brewery Boom

The Natural State is experiencing a brewery boom that shows no signs of slowing down. With more than 15 taprooms from central to northwest Arkansas — and numerous local restaurants supporting them — there are plenty of reasons to drink locally when you belly up to the bar. Whether you prefer a dark, rich stout […]

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Feature: Festival Season Takes Over Spa City

The 24th annual Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival will be in full swing in downtown Hot Springs Oct. 9 through 18. This year is once again packed full of award-winning films, panels, parties, concerts and more. Here’s what you need to know to plan your film-watching week. Photographs courtesy of HSDFF   its quarter-century mark, […]

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Home: Orange Slice of Paradise

  Photography by Janet Warlick   John Gibson, interior designer and owner of Urban Pad, a furniture store and full-service design company in Little Rock, Ark., wanted a space of his own, something different from the many  homes he designs.   “I wanted to come home and have my own space. We don’t do a […]

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Dining Spotlight: Internationally Influenced

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 […]

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