25 Jun

From Pramping to Glamping

YURT gonna love it. Written by J. L. James Photography by Jeremy Rodgers If roughing it at the top of a mountain isn’t your style, you should check out the various glamping options offered in the Ouachita Mountain region. Located at 1700 Shady Grove Rd in Hot Springs, Catherine’s Landing is the only 10- star recreational park in Arkansas, according to Davina […]

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21 May

Life on the Farm

Growing Goodness in the Ouachita High Country by Jim G. Miller & Denise Parkinson photography by Jim G. Miller & Denise Parkinson Arkansas thrives on agriculture, it always has and it always will, just ask any of  the small independent farmers who make up the agronomic and husbandry communities in the Ouachita High Country. They […]

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21 May

The Magic of Oaklawn Race Track

by Jim G. Miller photography by Jeremy Rodgers Every year the dawn of February brings throngs of people from all over the world to Oaklawn Park. In 1904, Hot Springs became the birthplace of the racing festival of the south and February signals the convergence of owners, breeders, trainers, jockeys, groomers, gamblers, and all-around horse […]

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21 May

History’s Oldest Art

Generations of Clay Weilding Spin a New Era & a Classic Craft by Shea Childs photography by Jeremy Rodgers Painted in bold black letters across a sprawling white, brick building on Whittington Avenue in downtown Hot Springs are the words, History’s Oldest Art.   This proclamation refers to pottery and pottery shards found in 2012 in […]

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15 Dec

Hot Water Outlaws: The Story of How Garland County Was Once the Moonshine Capital of the South

Story by Jim G. Miller | Photos Courtesy of Garland County Historical Society The 18th Amendment to the Constitution passed in 1917 effectively made the production and selling of alcohol illegal and the Volstead Act of 1919 nationally enforced the act of prohibition. This was not good news for saloon owners at the time, but […]

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15 Dec

Cozy Up & Indulge: Hot Drinks for Entertaining Your Guests During the Winter Cold Spell

Slippers, a fireplace, a warm hot drink, with maybe a touch of something sweet, something with cinnamon, something that will tingle the taste buds. Winter is a season of the senses; the frigid cold makes the touch of a warm mug feel like a blessing to your skin. It is good for the heart to […]

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15 Dec

The Winter Wonder of Downtown Entertaining at Your Leisure with Sandy Sutton

Story by Sandy Sutton | photography Jeremy Rodgers I heard an old favorite song recently and I have been humming it for days — just driving me wild — Petula Clark’s “Downtown.” But the song made its way into my head at the perfect time. I had been experiencing that post holiday let down and […]

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01 Dec

Community Within: Group Living Inc. Provides Lasting Ties in the Ouachitas

Story by Jim G. Miller | Photography by Jeremy Rodgers Group Living has been more than just a place that offers assistance to those with developmental disorders. It has also been an inspiring asset to the city of Arkadelphia. There have been many college students and individuals who have both worked and bonded with the […]

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01 Dec

Winter on Horseback: Saddle Up and Enjoy the Ride

Story by Jim G. Miller | Photography by Ashley Twiggs   It’s not a rare sight to see someone in Arkansas on horseback. The various terrain of rolling hills littered with pastureland and forests with multiple creek crossings make for an enjoyable ride. By riding horseback through nature you are getting the opportunity to interact […]

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01 Dec

Tee Up for Change: Hot Springs Village Golf Welcomes Troon

Story by Jim G. Miller | Photography by Renee Steinpreis   Hot Springs Village has some world-class golf and that’s why committed golfers will play nearly year round even if it is freezing outside. Nestled into the lush hills and terrain of the Ouachita High Country sit eight premier golf courses. This was especially what […]

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