Little Rock

Celebrating Jewish Food In Clinton-land

04/07/2014 - 20:00
Travel Writer

April in Little Rock, Ark., brings a myriad of Southern blossoms,  warm afternoons and a flowering of Jewish culture.

The Arkansan capital makes a diverting and attraction-rich stop for cross-country drivers on Interstate 40, which cuts across the United States from Wilmington, N.C., to Barstow, Calif. Already home to a prominent civil rights-era history, Little Rock has lately attracted tourists with Bill Clinton’s presidential library and museum.

A replica of President Bill Clinton’s Oval office in Clinton Center. Courtesy of Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau
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