Jess Ardrey has been named editor of Little Rock Soirée, the monthly magazine of philanthropy, society and culture published by Arkansas Business Publishing Group, which also publishes Arkansas Business.
The Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute Envoys threw a family-friendly event at Museum of Discovery for new doctors and special guests. Guests enjoyed beverages and dinner and a special presentation of the April issue of Little Rock Soirée, which featured a story on the Cancer Institute and RockStar Lounge.
Olivia Farrell, chairman and CEO of Arkansas Business Publishing Group, and Mandy Richardson, publisher of Little Rock Soirée, hosted the 2015 Women to Watch party at Cache Restaurant & Lounge in downtown Little Rock. The special annual event was sponsored by Cache and Dr. DJ Dailey and honored the 2015 class of Soirée’s Women to Watch, as well as Women to Watch from previous classes. Guests enjoyed heavy hors d’oeuvres, beer and wine and a sneak peek of the June issue.
Olivia Farrell, chairman and CEO of Arkansas Business Publishing Group, and Sandra McGrew, editor-in-chief of Little Rock Soirée magazine, hosted a reception to honor the 2014 class of Women to Watch. Held at Cache, the event featured cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, a sneak peek of the June 2014 issue and swag bags for all honorees. Sponsors of the event included Cache Restaurant, Dr. DJ Dailey and Southern Accented.
Editor-in-Chief Sandra McGrew headed over to the KATV studio in the River Market Saturday morning to discuss the latest issue of Little Rock Soirée magazine. Find out what impressed us most about Rush Harding, our cover story.
The American Advertising Awards, presented by AAF Little Rock, were held at the Arkansas Arts Center. Local media were recognized for their outstanding work across multiple platforms, including print, radio and television; Little Rock Soirée received a Silver Addy for its “Seeing Red” feature.
With the harsh weather we're enduring-- from cold and wet air outside to hot, dry air inside-- the winter puts our skin through the ringer. This month, Little Rock Soiree Editor-in-Chief Sandra McGrew highlights eight must-have beauty products for both men and women to turn things around.
Perhaps you've been to Barefoot Studio or have seen it on Old Cantrell Road in Riverdale or out on the Arkansas River Trail in west Little Rock. The person behind this thriving yoga business is Breezy Osborne-Wingfield. Check out our profile of her in this month's issue of Little Rock Soiree!
Every year, Little Rock Soiree asks readers to nominate their favorite local businesses providing top-notch customer service for its Platinum Service Awards. Here are the winners and other notable runners-up.
Mandy Richardson is rejoining Little Rock Soiree, a sister publication of Arkansas Business, as its advertising director. Richardson has held sales and marketing positions with Arkansas Business Publishing Group twice before, each time growing her target publication’s market share and increasing revenue.
Whether to catch up with friends or have a laid back start to the weekend, here at Soirée, we’re a group who likes to brunch. Here are a few of our staff’s favorite Little Rock brunch spots and must-have dish recommendations.