22 Oct

Ouachita Trail Chain

Connecting with Nature, Literally by Josh Williams photography by Amanda Shelley Ledbetter & Jeremy Rodgers   One of the great things about the Ouachita region is the community of Hot Springs Village (HSV) and its over-abundance of natural attractions. Whether its barbecuing, fishing, golfing, kayaking, or one of the numerous other activities available, one will always have something to do, especially if that […]

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21 Oct

The Waypoint

Hot Springs Village’s New Destination is Making a Point of Its Own by Josh Williams photography by Jeremy Rodgers Waypoint, down to the coordinates on the map, is perfectly set, like the jewel on the crown of Arkansas – Hot Springs Village. Recently coming to fruition, Waypoint is the brainchild and the newest addition to the community wide renovation project by the […]

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05 Aug

Longboarding

Rollin’ through the High Country, taking the long way home. Written by Jeremy Mackey Photography by Jeremy Rodgers  “Two hundred years of American technology has unwittingly created a massive cement playground of unlimited potential, but it was the minds of 11 year olds who could see that potential.” – Craig Stecyk 1975 We like well-ordered things. It’s part of our nature […]

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25 Jun

Leavin’ this City

Award winning musician Melissa Carper is heaven-sent and Arkansas bound Written by J. L. James Photography courtesy of Sad Daddy The bass Melissa Carper manhandles stands nearly a foot taller than she. Her raspy, classic country voice scratches and rises through whatever country, blues, folk or bluegrass melody she’s created for whichever of the several musical outfits to which she belongs. In May, she […]

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25 Jun

Peace in the Valley

Historic Hot Springs: A sacred and neutral ground. Written by Mike Brooks Photography courtesy of Garland County Historical Society  On behalf of Spanish Queen Isabella I, Hernando de Soto led a 15th century expedition to find riches in the New World; but, what he stumbled upon was potentially worth more than anyone imagined. The natives living around the mouth of the Mississippi […]

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25 Jun

The Other Four-Letter Word

Taking advantage of Hot Springs Village’s optimum golfing experience. Written by Josh Williams  Photography by Jeremy Rodgers There is an old adage that says golf obtained its name because all the other four-letter words were already taken. If you have ever attempted to play this great game, you can understand why. It is probably the most difficult game to master. You have […]

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25 Jun

The Natural State

Experiencing the beauty found within Arkansas’ borders. Written by Josh Williams & J. L. James Photography by Jeremy Rodgers One of the great things about our state is the plethora of natural beauty contained within its borders; even better, the ability to experience that beauty at a moment’s notice. Usually when you take an excursion it requires arduous amounts of planning […]

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25 Jun

Easy Riders

Boarding experts give us a sick wake-shredding demo Written by J. L. James Photography by Jeremy Rodgers With more than 60,000 acres of water surface in the Diamond Lakes area, the opportunity for water sports and activities is ever present. Unfortunately, according to wakeboard experts Zach Mesko and Michael Stallman, not nearly as many people take advantage of these opportunities outside of […]

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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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25 Jun

Riley Art Glass

West Coast transplants own family studio in the heart of the Ouachitas. Written by Josh Williams Photography by Chris Sale Two brothers from northern California are turning up the heat on an already white-hot art form. The Riley brothers have taken their love for glass blowing and relocated to the quaint community of Fountain Lake, nestled between Hot Springs and […]

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