Inside the July Issue of Soirée

Welcome July with a fresh issue of Soirée. Go inside Little Rock’s most beautiful homes, meet local real estate experts, feast your eyes on some delectable local burgers and more, all in the 2024 edition of The Home Issue.

Here’s what you’ll find on our pages this month:

Little Rock’s Most Beautiful Homes 2024 // Modern mansions, cozy cul-de-sacs, secluded hideaways — this is how you do Little Rock in style. Read it here.

No People Like Show People // How the Argenta Contemporary Theatre built a cultural haven, and how Vincent Insalaco built the Argenta Contemporary Theatre. Read it here.

Soirée Presents Little Rock’s Best Real Estate Agents 2024 // Readers, clients and real estate peers weighed in to name this year’s 74 best agents based on customer service. Read it here.

Hot Stuff: 3 Burgers to Relish in the Little Rock Metro // The local foodie scene is bringing the heat and keeping customers hungry for more. Read it here.

The Garden Charm of Ninth and Co. // Outdoor living gets a new look in the latest chapter for a Little Rock institution. Read it here.

Positively Palm Beach: A Sunny Stay at The Breakers // Get a taste of the famed resort destination everyone from Hillcrest to Hollywood is craving. Read it here.

Soirée Presents Little Rock’s Top Mortgage Professionals 2024 // We turned to readers, homebuyers and financial peers to compile this year’s list of leading local pros making dream homes a reality. Read it here.

Green is More on Fillmore // Go inside a Heights home designed with Mother Nature in mind. Read it here.

Nonprofit News: July Edition // New digs, major milestones and more of the news worth noting in local nonprofits. Read it here.

Artist Spotlight: Bonnie Alberts // Meet the Arkansas photographic illustrator utilizing “a very 21st century approach to create images that recall a simpler place and time.” Read it here.

Accents: Highlights of the July Issue // An emphasis on some of the best moments of the new issue, poolside living, burger goodness and more. Read it here.

Now it’s time to sit back, get comfortable and read through the July digital edition.

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