Here's how Heather Larkin and the Arkansas Community Foundation connect philanthropists with causes in all 75 counties.
If you ask Susan and Herren Hickingbotham, long-time patrons and chairs of this year’s Opus Ball, the spectacle of the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra ready to strike its first chord is an unrivaled experience.
It’s been 27 years since Robin Dean first stepped up to volunteer for the UAMS Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute. Decades of service and three cancer diagnoses later, she continues to assist UAMS by selling Partners Cards each year.
Principal Nancy Rousseau reflects on 60 years since the Little Rock Nine initiated integrated education.
As David Martinous celebrates the incredible achievement of running a family-owned store that has operated continually for 95 years, we ask him for his expert advice on buying an artisanal rug.
Industries for the Blind (IFB) provides employment opportunities for people with visual impairment and blindness. Their factory in Little Rock employs more than 70 people, and Heather Hoffman, who has worked at IFB Solutions for eight years, was recently named the employee of the year.
This year ACANSA is drawing a distinction between ACANSA, the arts festival, and ACANSA, the organization. Going forward, ACANSA plans to expand its mission by adding new programming and fostering connections between existing arts organizations in the area.