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The Bagel Shop to Host Grand Opening This Saturday

These popular scratch-made bagels are coming home to SoMa.

El Sur to Open Brick-and-Mortar Restaurant in SoMa

How sweet (and spicy) it is, friends.

Soirée Women’s Leadership Symposium Announces 2022 Date, Keynote Speakers

One speaker is an author with a message of resilience. The other is a social activist and nonprofit founder.

Maya Angelou

Arkansas Women’s Hall of Fame: Maya Angelou, Writer and Activist

By the time Dr. Maya Angelou’s words were published in her first book, “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings,” the writer, poet, singer, dancer, filmmaker, actor and activist had already put her whole heart into quite a lot in her 42 years of life.

Lottie Holt Shackelford: Political Pioneer

First female and second African-American mayor of Little Rock. … member with leadership positions in a number of organizations including the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) … former co-chair and vice chair emeritus of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) … chair of DNC Women’s Caucus … helped found the Women’s Foundation of Arkansas … member of the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame.

Hillary Rodham Clinton: Public Servant

She’s held many titles in her lifetime, many roles of distinction. Over and again, the tag “first” has been attached to her accomplishments, the list of which is staggering. It’s interesting, then, that all it takes is a single first name for half the globe to know exactly who is being talked about: Hillary.