Category archives: Magazine

Notable: Excaliburger

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"I believe in ‘Do one thing and do it well,’” Kyle Pounders said, as he prepared his famous Excalibuger. “My end goal is to have a [location with a drive-thru] with healthy options.” Photograph by Cindy Momchilov   journey has not been smooth, thanks to the purchase of a food truck that wasn’t quite road-ready; however, after a few hiccups and kin[...]

Health: A Silent Thief

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Glaucoma has been called the “silent thief of sight” because it impairs peripheral vision first and, therefore, often goes unnoticed.   the problem is that though the disease is hereditary, families seldom discuss it, so those at high risk may not be aware, said Thomas Brunner, president and CEO of the Glaucoma Research Foundation. January i[...]

Final Thought

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Many mornings for the past year and a half have been an adventure. These mornings often fill me with optimism, and since 2016 is a-dawning I thought I might share some of the things that make me want to look on the bright side of life.   pegged the time element to the past 18 months or so, because that’s how long I have been driving my daughter Abb[...]

December's Top 10 Things to Do

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Here are ten awesome things for you and your family to do all across Arkansas this month!   1. ‘Caroling in the Caverns’ Mountain View Through Dec. 20: The drive to Mountain View is well worth the beautiful sounds of Christmas carols echoing through Blanchard Springs Caverns. Each Friday, Saturday and Sunday before Christmas at 2:30, 4:30, 6 and[...]

Home: Home for the Holidays

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We spotted the gorgeous, simple elegance of Texas natives Cassidy and Brandon Lobaugh’s home last year when we sponsored the Junior League of Northwest Arkansas’ (JLNWA) Winter Dreams Tour of Homes. Photography by Janet Warlick   Lobaughs have lived in Fayetteville for nine years and in their current home for two. “I’ve supported the JLNWA since K[...]

ATYH: Elvis Is In the Building!

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This cozy, multi-use room is awash in color and comfort, ready for guests or for work. Photography by Janet Warlick   guest bedroom/study is the work of Larry West, who has been a designer for 20 years. His portfolio includes spaces great and small, traditional and ultramodern, in homes and businesses both internationally and in the United States [...]

Excursion: Two States One Adventure

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Even without the great food, good performances and diverse shopping, Texarkana is worth a visit simply because it's like no other town. Photography by Janet Warlick   clouds swelled overhead as Bill Scurlock opened the front doors of Pecan Point Gastropub & Brewery. Inside, "Templeton Morgan," is spelled out in the mosaic tiles just inside the[...]