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HIGH PROFILE: Charlie Coleman of Arkansas dairy dynasty follows in his father's footsteps

Subscriber onlyCarrying on his father's legacy by helping underprivileged children learn real-world values wasn't a difficult choice for Charlie Coleman. As board chairman of the Joseph Pfeifer Kiwanis Camp, a forested enclave in the rapidly developing Ferndale community in western Pulaski County, he likes being part of the effort to improve young lives. Continue reading...

Six volunteers donate bras to girls, women in shelters

Subscriber onlyWhat woman doesn't have a bra in her drawer that doesn't fit? Continue reading...

A burning desire: Firefighters All White Affair helps minority students achieve their goals

Subscriber onlyDressed in snowy white clothing and looking refreshingly cool on a hot July evening, partygoers helped raise money for scholarships July 7 at Firefighters All White Affair held at the Little Rock Marriott. Continue reading...

RIGHT TIME RIGHT PLACE: She met her match matchmaking for co-worker

Subscriber onlyDaniell Davis was trying to fix Joe Homan up with one of her friends, but as it turned out his friend was the real matchmaker -- he set Daniell up with Joe. Continue reading...

Ex-Etiquette

Subscriber onlyQ My ex and I split up about a year and a half ago. I have read that kids do better when both parents are active in their lives, and their mother and I are doing our best, but I'm afraid my kids have separation anxiety. Two days before they're scheduled to go back to their mother's they get very clingy. But, to make matters worse, I think I'm showing signs of depression. I have no interest in doing any of the things I used to do and sometimes I'm so exhausted I can barely move. What can I do to help my family, and myself, cope with the adjustment? Continue reading...

Liberty on the lawn: Red, White and You a Hot Springs Independence Day celebration

Subscriber onlyStars, stripes, sparkles and, of course, red, white and blue were what many people wore to a family friendly Independence Day picnic -- Red, White and You -- held July 4 on Arlington Lawn in Hot Springs National Park. Continue reading...

Survey: Wedding registry items changing

Subscriber onlyNEW YORK -- Wedding registries remain popular and the nature of gift giving has morphed into a broader range of options, including cash registries, that are being embraced by friends and family, a new survey shows. Continue reading...

Cropped pants not OK to wear in workplace

Subscriber onlyQ What is the deal with these new high-water pants or even capris on men ... and with no socks? Is this really acceptable weekend wear? I have a few pants that are shorter from shrinking (and from my waist enlarging and pulling them up). I thought I could only wear them for working around the house. Continue reading...

Instagrammers are in love with one self-taught florist

Subscriber onlyHolly Heider Chapple is really so sorry that her minivan smells like Cheez-Its and dirty water. Continue reading...

How to survive the bachelorette party as a single woman

Subscriber onlyIt was a beautiful summer day. I was surrounded by friends, new and old, celebrating our dear friend's pending nuptials, and I was bored out of my mind. Continue reading...

HONORS ASSEMBLY: Program recognizes 26 educators for innovative lesson plans

Subscriber onlyArkansas teachers and librarians participating in the Arkansas Declaration of Learning Program were honored June 29 in a program at the Clinton School of Public Service. Continue reading...

Dating app restricted to the elite

Invitation-only social network Raya filled with rich, famous

Subscriber only If you've felt a lingering disturbance in the Internet's social order -- a vague and unsettling sense that there is a raging party happening just out of view, that all the people cooler, richer and better looking than you are blowing off steam together in some VIP hideaway while you waste your life on Twitter and Instagram -- I have some bad news. Continue reading...

Getting it straight

Subscriber onlyDavid and Patricia Blick attended the June 23 Quapaw Quarter Association's Summer Supper at the Scull House. A photo of the couple published in High Profile last Sunday incorrectly named Mr. Blick. Continue reading...

Zoo animals on the road to entertain gallerygoers

Subscriber onlyThings got a little bit wild July 6 at first Friday Gallery Walk in Hot Springs when Little Rock Zoo handlers took a few animals to Gallery Central. Continue reading...

Museumgoers play as if they were kids

Subscriber onlyThe over-21 crowd played with liquid nitrogen, shot cannons and melted aluminum -- all in the name of science June 28 at the Museum of Discovery's monthly adults-only event Science After Dark. This month's theme -- Dangerous Science. Continue reading...

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