01 Dec

Pulp & Snakeskin From the Bayou Teche to Ouachitas Edge: The Natural Representational Paintings of Ed Martin

Story by Jim G. Miller | Photography by Jeremy Rodgers   Ed Martin was a college roommate of Jim Morrison’s at Florida State University and one Christmas back in 1963 they exchanged gifts. Morrison gave Martin a copy of the book, The History of Magic, which he signed, and Martin gave Morrison a drawing. Martin […]

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01 Dec

Country Balladeer: A Quiet & Sincere Christian Lee Hutson

Story by Jim G. Miller | Photography by Matt McCormack Christian Lee Hutson has played Hot Springs now on plenty of occasions and he’s performed all over the place. He has played the stage at Maxine’s Live, and in private homes for small listening audiences. He has played on the trails of West Mountain, singing […]

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01 Dec

Spicing Things Up Vina Morita: Latin Flair and Authentic Fare

Story by Jim G. Miller | Photography by Jeremy Rodgers Vina Morita Restaurant and Wine Bar is tucked away in the lobby of what was once a hotel in historic downtown Hot Springs. An intimate and beautifully lit dining area with a stunning list of menu items, Antonio Gonzales and his wife Brenda have created […]

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21 Sep

Haunting Springs: A Spooky Spa Town Excursion

Story by Michele Cole | Photography Courtesy of Garland County Historical Society As the first breath of All Hallows’ Eve blows into Hot Springs Historic District, whispered tales of madness and murder begin to slip across the tongues of the souls who survive here. Stories start to surface of disembodied spirits who can summon the […]

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21 Sep

A Harvest Time Tablescape

Design by Tara Norwood | Photography by Jeremy Rodgers “Thanksgiving is the holiday of peace, the celebration of work and the simple life…a true folk-festival that speaks the poetry of the turn of the seasons, the bounty of seedtime and harvest, the ripe product of the year – and the deep, deep connection of all these […]

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21 Sep

Rustic Tastes: Fall Inspired Recipes from Itz Gud Fud

Recipes by Itz Gud Fud | Photography by Jeremy Rodgers Fall Galette Don’t fear! This rustic tart is not meant to be a work of perfection, but rather an experience to savor from start to finish. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Serves 6 to 8. Ingredients Crust: 1 1⁄4 cup all-purpose gluten free flour […]

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21 Sep

The Whitewater Tribe

Story by Jeremy Mackey | Photography by Jeremy Rodgers Tribe (noun) 1: a group of people that includes many families and relatives who have the same language, customs, and beliefs; 2: a large family    There is an old Caddo Indian legend about sacred healing water: The favor of the Great Spirit rested on the […]

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21 Sep

Ouachita Rides: Cycling & Biking the Region From Trails to Highways

Story by Jim G. Miller | Photography by Jeremy Rodgers “Get on your bike and ride,” is a modest enough directive that most bike enthusiasts here in Arkansas wouldn’t have a problem following, especially when the scenic advantages of the state show their full colors during the autumn season. The highways and trails offer an […]

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21 Sep

Fall Fun with Furry Friends: A Guide to Responsible & Healthy Hiking Trips with Man’s Best Friend

Story & Photo by Jim G. Miller Summer is coming to an end and as our term of suffering is abated by cooling temperatures, we can put on our light jackets and marvel at the change of seasons. The color of nature begins awakening in the Fall leaves as they shape the yellow and orange […]

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21 Sep

The Perfect Cast: Fly Fishing the Ouachitas

Story by Jeremy Mackey & Chris Summerville | Photography by Jeremy Rodgers For a lot of fly fishermen, these words will bring back the final image of the 1992 film, A River Runs Through It. A lone angler standing at the water’s edge, the Lewis Range of Montana in the background, and an artful cast […]

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