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Top 10 Things To Do This Month

November is full of fabulous events -- find out which ones are in your city!

All Through Your House: ‘Be Our Guest’

Combining Mother Nature’s bounty, ingenuity and a bit of whimsy is lifestyle guru Chris Olsen’s forte. He shows us how to go from Halloween to Thanksgiving with this fall-inspired tablescape.

Showcasing Specialty Spaces

Designing a space for a specific purpose is more common than ever. Many homeowners find specialty rooms allow them to stretch their imaginations and give air to their hobbies or display space for their collections.

Tales from the South: Hot Perm

Jimmie Meese Moomaw shares a tale about her first perm — for better or for worse.

Archive »Home & Garden

Let's Get Comfortable

P. Allen Smith shares his tips for creating warm indoor spaces when it’s cold outside.

Showcasing Specialty Spaces

Designing a space for a specific purpose is more common than ever. Many homeowners find specialty rooms allow them to stretch their imaginations and give air to their hobbies or display space for their collections.

Archive »Food

Pamela's Palate: A Bit of Delicious Help for the Holidays

Pamela Smith gives advice on where to purchase show-stopping sides this Thanksgiving.

Unappreciated Vegetables

Learn how to love some of the most common disliked vegetables, Brussels sprouts and cauliflower, using these tips and tricks.

Archive »Travel

Welcome to Sugar Town

Come to Stuttgart for Wings Over the Prairie, stay for the locally owned shops and restaurants that do things right.

Archive »Fashion & Beauty

SKINsights: Shake Up Your Beauty Bag: 5 Must Haves For Fall

Shake up your beauty routine with these five fall essentials.

Archive »Arts & Entertainment

The Clinton Presidential Center turns 10

The Clinton Center sparked an unprecedented wave of renovation and construction in and around downtown.

Offseason at Oaklawn

As the state waits patiently for opening day at Oaklawn Racing and Gaming, there is plenty to do at the always-expanding facility.

Archive »Health

Three Decades of Service

Alzheimer’s Arkansas will celebrate 30 years of supporting families affected by Alzheimer’s and dementia.
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  • 1554 N. College Ave.
    Fayetteville, AR 72703
    (479) 521-7558
    Category: Cafes & Delis
  • 323 Cross St.
    Little Rock, AR
    Category: Bakery
  • 3701 Old Cantrell Road
    Little Rock, AR 72202
    (501) 666-8482
    Category: American
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Recipe of the Week

Create: Grilled Cheese Glory

This month’s assignment was to offer “fancy-schmancy” grilled cheese recipes in honor of Grilled Cheese Month. Get tips for perfect grilling and some ideas for unexpected combinations.


Kat Robinson's Tie Dye Travels

The Main Cheese - You Had Me At Muenster.

For about six months, every time I'd decide to go out and try The Main Cheese, there'd be a line out the door.  There would be individuals standing, waiting to get into the new restaurant that slid in where Gina's Chinese Kitchen used to be (I miss Gina's), and my dining companion du jour...

Unbearably Good Catfish at C and C Catfish,Van Buren.

So, what does a bear have to do with catfish?  The folks at C and C Catfish in Van Buren have a direct connection -- and some pretty good catfish to boot. The Redings, who own the place, put out a pretty good spread.  The offerings include steaks, snow crab legs, frog legs, fried...

Travel Arkansas Blog

Carroll Cloar Exhibit in El DoradoCarroll Cloar Exhibit in El Dorado

23320The exhibit “Carroll Cloar’s Arkansas” will be on display at the South Arkansas Arts Center (SAAC) in El Dorado from November 7 through December 19.  According to a press release sent by the SAAC, Cloar (1913-1993) was born in Earle,

Dedication of Lake Ouachita Vista TrailDedication of Lake Ouachita Vista Trail

23315Heads up to all hikers, mountain bikers, and outdoor enthusiasts! The official dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony for the popular Lake Ouachita Vista Trail (LOViT) is tomorrow ( Oct. 28)! The event takes place at the Avery Recreation Area at

P. Allen Smith Garden Home Blog

Garden Clean Up Hands-Free Tote Giveaway

In my mid-South garden, fall slowly transforms into winter with the heat breaking late September and the first frost occurring at the end of November. And right in the middle of the transition is the month of October, an oft-overlooked critical point of garden maintenance. It’s a time for garden clean-up, to clear away and […]

Garden Harvest Hands-Free Tote Giveaway

September means it’s time to harvest summer’s bounty, to take in the bumper crop of cucumbers, to trim the basil back for the last time. It’s a time for the final summer harvest, for carrying the corn, tomatoes and eggplants from the garden to the kitchen, where they will be canned, stewed or frozen and […]

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P. Allen Smith and Arkansas Grown

Arkansas Grown connects farmers and consumers! Find out how you can get the freshest local produce near you.

P. Allen Smith's Daffodil Garden

The secret to a natural cutting garden is to choose multiple flowers with staggered bloom times. Choose early, mid and late-season bloomers so you can have lots of daffodils to enjoy.


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