21 Jul

All Things Fade

Milling Around an Old Ghost Town by Jake Ledbetter photography by Amanda Shelley Ledbetter Arkansas has a rich history. People have been calling it home for  centuries. It was a fertile hunting ground for many tribes of Native Americans, most predominantly the Quapaw. You can still find this influence in the names of numerous cities, lakes […]

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21 Jul

Make Your Summer Classic

Grill, chill and get your hands dirty with some good, clean, summer fun. by Randy Hill of Southern Krunk BBQ photography Judea Robinett Summer is here and nothing could be more satisfying than stunning your friends   At with a world famous, award winning rib recipe. Andy Allen won the rib category at the Jack Daniel’s World […]

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21 Jul

Can you Dig It?

An Ancient Volcano is Murfreesboro’s Hottest Ticket by Josh Williams photography by Amanda Shelley Ledbetter One of the great things about living in The Natural  State  is  that one can easily be exposed to Mother Earth in ways that city slickers cannot. Take the Ouachita or Ozark Mountains: Millions of acres of untouched natural geography in the […]

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21 Jul

Jump into Summer

Exploring the Swimming Holes of Ouachita High Country by Jim G. Miller photography by Jeremy Rodgers Swimming holes heal the body and the soul. Before the advent of air conditioning, it didn’t really matter how poor one’s family was, if people were lucky enough to live near a good hole of water then they had very few […]

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21 Jul

Calming Waters

Endless Paddling Adventures on Arkansas’ Largest Lake by Lisa Logan photography by Jeremy Rodgers No matter what level of kayaking experience you may have, from beginner to expert whitewater kayaker, Lake Ouachita offers an endless array of paddling adventures. Whether you own or rent your boat, you can visit this lake time and again and […]

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21 Jul

Branching Out

From China to Central Arkansas, Y Illustrations Draws Perspective by Grace Ann Brown photography by Amanda Shelley Ledbetter Artistry takes talent, but to achieve true success, it takes a certain level of commitment and discipline; architectural artist Yang Luo-Branch knows all about discipline. At the ripe old age of 24, Luo-Branch emigrated from China to […]

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21 Jul

Band on the Rise

deFrance: A Sound You are Sure to Remember by Judea Robinett photography by Judea Robinett When was the last time you heard a real rock and roll song on top 40?” I’m leaning against a brick wall and Drew de France is pacing Main Street, outside The Joint in the Argenta Arts District of North Little […]

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21 Jul

English Muffin

An Across-the-Pond Classic Meets Southern Hospitality by Josh Williams photography by Amanda Shelley Ledbetter It isn’t normal to associate English muffins with Southeastern Conference football. However, the “original” sport of football pairs incredibly well with tea and crumpets. But, we’re not talking about tea and crumpets, here. And most Americans don’t like bouncing  balls off of […]

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21 Jul

The Hunt for Big Al

Hot Springs’ Most Wanted Could Reel In Ten Grand by Judea Robinett photography by Judea Robinett The waterways of Hot Springs, Arkansas are home to an elusive being.    An  underwater  monster Big Al is a fish. Well, technically he’s five fish (one for each of the last five years), but he’s more than just a […]

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21 Jul

A New DeSoto

Restoring the work of E. Fay Jones in Hot Springs Village by Josh Williams photography by Judea Robinett Architecture has the ability to be one of the greatest art forms in society. Yes, buildings serve a functional purpose first and foremost–such as providing shelter or conducting  business matters- but sometimes a building can be so structurally beautiful […]

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