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Chef Ball feeds, honors current and future cooks

Subscriber onlyThird generation chef Jay McAfee was named Chef of the Year on Sept. 10 at the Chef Ball held at the University of Arkansas-Pulaski Tech Culinary Arts & Hospitality Management Institute. Continue reading...

Club news

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Survivingthe drudgery

Cooking has long been challenge in Arkansas homes

Subscriber onlyMy wife was out of town for several days recently, and I am still recovering from having to do all the housework -- vacuuming, dusting, making the bed and, worst of all, cooking. Continue reading...

Personified

Pagnozzi efforts provide access to sports, activities

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Love's labors found

Houmas House like ‘waking up in paradise’

Subscriber onlyNot everyone adores New Orleans. I accept that. Yes, there is a very visible homeless population. Yes, the French Quarter can be crowded, and Bourbon Street smells like any busy bar on a Saturday night. Yes, you'll walk your feet off up to your knees. And no, it's not a cheap place to vacation -- there are very few $1 menus or $2 happy hours. Continue reading...

Museum marks half century

“Finest” boost foundation

Subscriber onlyShiloh Museum of Ozark History supporters joined the staff and board members for the 50th Anniversary Frolic on Sept. 8 in the museum and on the grounds in Springdale. The event included food trucks, live music by RachelB/Table for 3 and a chance to "experience the old-time Ozarks." Activity stations provided guests the opportunity to try their hands at milking a cow, Dutch oven cooking, handweaving, making lace and spinning fiber. Continue reading...

BRIEFLY

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HIGH PROFILE: Eric Higgins, Pulaski County's next sheriff

Subscriber onlyEric Higgins was clearly the underdog. His opponent was endorsed by the retiring Pulaski County sheriff. He was outspent almost 2-1 — leaving him without the money to buy new yard signs. And Pulaski County had never elected a black sheriff. Continue reading...

Once Upon a Time fundraiser supports United Cerebral Palsy

Subscriber onlyWhen a story starts with "Once upon a time ..." it generally ends with "happily ever after." Continue reading...

Gala for Life: Rockefeller Cancer Institute fundraiser benefits cancer research

Subscriber onlyThe Gala for Life -- Little Rock's first big, formal event of the season -- spared no glitz, glamour or, thanks to the presence of Asa Hutchinson, governor. Continue reading...

They just danced right into each other's arms

Subscriber onlyKathy Daly was just having a good time when James Fuller stepped into her life. Continue reading...

Ex-Etiquette

Subscriber onlyQ Years ago I had a drug problem and let my daughter live with her dad with the understanding that when I got my life together I would take my daughter back. That was four years ago. She's 12 now, I've been clean and sober for two years, and I am ready to be her mom again. I'm happy to say she's doing well -- great grades and lots of friends. I've asked my daughter if she wants to live with me and she says yes, but her father won't hear of it. What's good ex-etiquette? Continue reading...

Boogie night: Dr. Anne Trussell snags trophy at Dancing With Our Stars fundraiser

Subscriber onlyAnd the big, mirrored ball was handed to ... Dr. Anne Trussell. Continue reading...

Here comes tattooed bride: Why women like that ink

Subscriber onlyWhen I started getting larger, more visible tattoos, several people asked me, "What about your wedding?" -- before I'd even met my now-husband. I always looked at them as if they'd asked, "What about potato salad?" I was unclear on what the two topics had to do with each other. Continue reading...

Changing Fashion Week in disarray, over the top

Subscriber onlyQ You have written that you regularly attend Fashion Week in New York. What is it like and is it any different these days from the way it used to be? Continue reading...