12 Jun

Professionals in the Park

Story by Jim G. Miller | Photograph by Chris Sale | Portraits by Jeremy Rodgers If you were to ask most people who visit or live in Arkansas “what is the most fundamentally unique thing about this state?” then most of them would say it’s the natural beauty. The scenic qualities of Arkansas are in […]

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12 Jun

Southern Krunk Society’s Summer Grill Out Recipes

  Story by Jim G. Miller | Photography by Jeremy Rodgers BBQ recipes made easy is essentially the mantra of southern grill masters Andy Allen & Randy Hill of Southern Krunk BBQ. They met up about seven years ago at a Hot Springs BBQ competition and their lives have never been the same since. “When […]

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12 Jun

Setting the Summer: Outdoor Décor Ideas for a Fine Southern Evening

Story by Gary Morris | Photography by Jeremy Rodgers It’s summer and that means it’s usually time to hit the lake and entertain with friends and family while enjoying the warm summer breeze. On the warmer days there is nothing better than entertaining around dusk with a group of good friends on the amidst the […]

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02 Jun

Grove Park: Opening New Possibilities for Farmers, Artists and the HSV Community

Written by Jim G. Miller Photo by Jeremy Rodgers Every village needs an area where individuals can congregate and meet local area farmers, artisans and musicians. Luckily, thanks to some expert planning and initiative, there is now an area specifically set aside for these purposes in the Hot Springs Village. Designed by Dr. Yang Luo, […]

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02 Jun

Welcome to the Water: Exploring your passion in the High Country by paddle board, by boat, or with the aid of a new outdoor sports club

Written by Jeremy Mackey of Ouachita Outdoor Outfitters Photography by Jeremy Rodgers When I began working at ‘the shop’ during the spring of 1999 kayaking was the furthest thing from my mind. I was 18 and just looking for a cool summer job. At that time we were maybe only stocking 4 kayaks for a […]

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02 Jun

Learning by Nature: Getting Back to the Basics of the Outdoors at an Early Age

Written by Jeremy & Krystal Mackey Photography by Steven Miles Few would disagree that nature is vitally important to human beings. Not only does it provide us with food and shelter at the most basic level, it generously gives of itself completely in other ways–it provides recreation and becomes a playground, it puts our hearts […]

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02 Jun

Quaff the Elixir: Tracing the History of America’s Favorite Spring Water

Written by Michelle Cole Photo Courtesy of Mountain Valley Spring Water Modern language has little use for the word “quaff” just as modern medicine has lost its taste for “elixirs” as cure- alls. However, the phrase has long been associated with the spring water that bubbles up from the depths of the Ouachita mountain range. […]

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27 Feb

Making It on the Green: Golfers Who Mean Business

-by Jim G. Miller  Important decisions are made on the green. It’s as though the elements of the game have become incorporated into the business of the everyday. The methodical and strategic flow of the sport coalesces with the nature of the individuals who live and breathe it. Machiavelli would have been a golfer had it […]

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