07 Oct

Taste of Town

Chef to Rock Stars Becomes Star of Ouachita Dining Scene By Josh Williams Photography by Amanda Shelley Ledbetter What do Bob Dylan, Mary J. Blige, No Doubt, Bush, Little Feat and Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young have in common? One’s response might be “Uh, they ’re musicians–duh.” Which, in another context, would be absolutely correct. […]

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07 Oct

Coffee for a Cause

Red Light Roastery is More than Just Cool Beans By Jami Smith Photography by Jami Smith   The morning ritual-grinding beans for a French Press, waking up to the aroma from the self-brew setting on your coffee pot, throwing in a K-cup before running out the door or even stumbling into work, avoiding all human […]

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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

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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19 Jul

Make Food, Not War

One of Israel’s Native Sons Spreads the Joy of Cooking by Josh Williams photography by Amanda Shelley Ledbetter Israel has been the center of religious turmoil and social conflict for eons. The battle between the Palestinians and the Israelis has caused a great divide between many, many people, not only in the Middle East, but all […]

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29 Jan

From the Ground Up

Farm Fresh and Family Fueled by Josh Williams photography by Amanda Shelley Ledbetter   Many people dream of being something glamorous or adventurous when they grow up: Movie stars or athletes or astronauts or scientists. Some kids dream of being doctors.  Some dream of being military heroes. On the other hand, many people know very little […]

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29 Jan

Beer Thirty

There is Something Brewing in the Ouachitas by Josh Williams photography by Chris Brashers & Amanda Shelley Ledbetter Drinking beer at 10:30 in the morning usually isn’t a great idea, especially if you have something important to do like go to work or appear in court.  Unless you work for a magazine that is doing a […]

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29 Jan

Belly Warmers

Winter is Here So Head to the Kitchen and Give Your Tummy a Treat that is Sure to Ward Off the Shivers recipes by Chef T. Porter Montgomery of Next Level Kitchen photography by Amanda Shelley Ledbetter   Brother T’s Chocolate Stout Chili The chocolate and brown sugar play great with the smoky spiciness from […]

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22 Oct

Not Just an Address

Cal-Tex Cuisine Meets Down Home Cordiality by Kristal Mackey photography by Chris Sale Hot Springs is, it seems, in a period of re-invigoration of the local community. Both locals and tourists are increasingly supporting shops, boutiques, markets, and restaurants owned by their fellow Hot Springs residents. Enter the small eatery. Dining out locally offers no shortage of cozy cafés, bistros, and diners. Downtown and […]

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25 Jun

Little Penguin Tacos

Locally sourced and garden fresh. Written by J. L. James Photography by Jeremy Rodgers Located in the perfect spot for fisherman, water skiers and campers enjoying all that Lake Degray has to offer is Little Penguin Tacos owned by Jonathan Gonzales. Gonzales epitomizes the High Country lifestyle as an avid outdoorsmen. He enjoys kayaking, rock climbing, mountain biking and more importantly a […]

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