Category archives: Magazine

Feature: A Once in a Lifetime Find

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The story of Esperanza is the stuff fairy tales are made of. Photography by Cindy Momchilov and courtesy of Mike Botha   Oskarson and boyfriend Travis Dillon visited a friend in Ratcliff, Ark., this past June, and while driving home to Colorado, the two decided to try their hands at one of their hobbies: prospecting. They’d heard of the Crater of [...]

Notables: Lassis Inn

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Open for more than 100 years, Lassis Inn is a legend unto itself. Photo by Ashlee Nobel   Washington purchased the business in 1990 and continues the tradition of serving tasty fried fish and the appropriate southern accouterments, because, well, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Washington, whose friendly, to-the-point personality is softened b[...]

Create: Turkey Reimagined

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Reimagine what to do with your leftover turkey in these four clever, delicious dishes. Photography by Janet Warlick :: Food Styled by Muriel H. Wilkins   many years, my Thanksgiving tradition was to get the November issue of Gourmet Magazine and pick out new recipes to add to our holiday meals. My collection of Gourmet goes back to 1988, and, look[...]

Living: To Do or Not To Do

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By the time you read this, you’ll be in the midst of holiday hustle and bustle, but it’s not too late to enjoy the season.   weeks is a long time to maintain the energy it takes to continue a “normal life,” as well as the addition of all the activities involved in holiday celebrations. Thinking about what I might offer to help, I came up with a one[...]

Final Thought

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Invariably, about this time of year I start thinking about gift giving. What? You say we only have HOW MANY DAYS until Christmas?   must admit that shopping gives me the heebie-jeebies. Call me gift-idea challenged. For instance, there was the time I gave someone special a backscratcher for her birthday. Now, this was not just any backscratcher.[...]

November's Top 10 Things to Do

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1. ‘Park’s Pants’ Little Rock Through Nov. 22: “Park’s Pants” is an exhibit featuring works by Nancy Nolan, one of Arkansas’ best-known photographers, and filmmaker Dave Anderson. For 20 years, Nolan has taken photographs of her prematurely born son Park in the same pair of his father’s jeans, recording his “physical, emotional and intellectual evolution[...]

Home: Eclectic & Domestic

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We are always on the lookout for gorgeous homes to feature in our pages. And, as a statewide publication, we like to bring you homes located in various regions. This month, we are honored to share the 4,000-square-foot, Jonesboro, Ark., home of Dr. Charles Cesare, Jr., and wife Amber. Photography by Janet Warlick   searching for feature-worthy hom[...]