December is here, bringing all its good tidings, which means there's a brand new issue of Soirée to peruse.
Here's what you'll find on our pages this month:
There's No Place Like Home for Aimee & Michael Shelby | The longtime Arkansas Children's Hospital supporters cozy up to a new kind of Miracle Ball with a time-honored mission. Read it here.
LaShanna Bruce on Repairing Family Ties | Meet the woman working to build bridges and heal a state marred by intertwined crises through Restore Hope. Read it here.
The Charge for Change | In a year of seismic cultural shift, Just Communities of Arkansas is creating spaces where every voice is heard and everyone has a fair chance to succeed. Read it here.
Off-Roading: The Van Revs Up for a Hard Winter | How this local nonprofit is reaching out to unsheltered Arkansans in a socially distanced world. Read it here.
Little Rock Soirée Presents Little Rock's Best Lawyers 2020 | Our annual list of the top lawyers in 19 specialties as voted by their peers and our readers. Read it here.
The December Edit: How to Make December Feel Like December | Times are strange. Here's how we're finding the tinsel lining and a bit of normalcy this month. Read it here.
Soirée Holiday Gift Guide: Part II | Scope out the best local finds for everyone on your list. Read it here.
The Style Report: Bottega Strikes Back | Thanks to designer Daniel Lee, Bottega Veneta’s recent revival is a fashion fairy tale. Read it here.
Nonprofit News: December Edition | Stage lights, top honors and more of the news worth noting in Little Rock nonprofits. Read it here.
Artist Spotlight: Emily Moll Wood | "These watercolor studies have been obsessively done as a form of therapy during the COVID-19 pandemic." Read it here.
Sit back, grab your beverage of choice and settle into the digital edition of our new issue.