A new era for public libraries around the world begins here
Arts Education for Pandemic Times
Adapting learning and engagement programs for area schoolchildren
Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families
Leading the way for a more equitable future for families across the state
EATS & DRINKS
Throughout the ages, and in every culture, there are celebratory traditions and superstitions connected to the New Year. The beginning of each year sparks a renewed sense of hope for collective prosperity as well as an opportunity to further one’s own prospects for good luck by cooking fortuitous foods from around the world.
When Debbie Pianalto’s husband, Floyd, passed away from cancer, her grief was so overwhelming that she couldn’t sleep. Memories of him flooded their home and she was having a hard time staying there. But there came a time when Debbie knew she had to go on living, which included re-doing the house.
Laura Kellams shares her journey from journalist to advocate as well as her experience opening the Northwest Arkansas branch of Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families.