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Final Thought

Sonny reminisces over past Barton Coliseum days. He advises everyone to visit the Arkansas State Fair to check out the museum, the midway and the fairgrounds’ many other attractions.

Murder Mystery

Feb. 2, 1990, a cold, rainy evening, David Felkins arrived to pick up his wife from work a few minutes before 9 p.m. to find her missing.

All Through Your House: Dapper Dwelling

Interior Designer Shayla Copas creates an "earthy feel" in this lakeside condominium in Hot Springs using cool sand-toned walls and a splash of orange.

Arkansas State Fair

Billed as “75 Years of Fun,” the Arkansas State Fair’s Diamond Anniversary will be a 10-day event beginning Oct. 10 at the Arkansas State Fairgrounds.

Archive »Home & Garden

All Through Your House: Dapper Dwelling

Interior Designer Shayla Copas creates an "earthy feel" in this lakeside condominium in Hot Springs using cool sand-toned walls and a splash of orange.

10 Fall Decorating Essentials

P. Allen Smith shows us how to decorate for autumn using his 10 favorite materials.

Archive »Food

Spotlight: Dining in the Delta

The Delta offers several delicious options for hungry travelers and locals. We stopped at these notable spots to get our grub on.

Pamela's Palate: Southern Comfort SOMA Style

Pamela Smith talks about three of her favorite restaurants for good Southern cooking.

Archive »Travel

Final Thought

Sonny reminisces over past Barton Coliseum days. He advises everyone to visit the Arkansas State Fair to check out the museum, the midway and the fairgrounds’ many other attractions.

Archive »Fashion & Beauty

SKINsights: Tickled Pink

There's a pink trend in the cosmetics industry. Find out the best shades for your skin tone as well as some great product picks to rock the pink trend.

Archive »Arts & Entertainment

Tales from the South: A Southern Haunting

Two sisters, Mom's ghost, and Dad's new wife figure in Melissa Leontovich's tale.

Final Thought

Sonny reminisces over past Barton Coliseum days. He advises everyone to visit the Arkansas State Fair to check out the museum, the midway and the fairgrounds’ many other attractions.

Archive »Health

Seek So You May Be Found

Rebecca Ward offers advice to the men who are affected by their loved ones facing breast cancer.
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Recipe of the Week

Create: Quick Breads

Quick breads are quick compared to yeast breads and would have been a welcome alternative for weary bakers in a time when bread required rising and was made at home.

Blogs

Kat Robinson's Tie Dye Travels

Cheese Dip: Dip Your Chip All Over Arkansas.

In Arkansas, a single item of food connects all corners of the state.  Created by a man named Blackie Donnelly, originally credited to his restaurant Mexico Chiquito, cheese dip has become a Southern staple.  The great Ark-Mex restaurants of fame, from Pancho's in West Memphis to...

Bentonville: Glasgow's Restaurant Suspended in Time.

Bentonville is full of new, trendy and opulent restaurants.  But one of its oldest remains just east of Rainbow Curve, a bastion of the original Ark-Mex eateries that used to cover the state.   Glasgow's Mexican and American Foods, when it was first constructed, was located south of the...

Travel Arkansas Blog

Hauntober Happenings in North Central and Northwest ArkansasHauntober Happenings in North Central and Northwest Arkansas

23243Most every Arkansas city has a Halloween event of some kind, whether it’s a trick or treat on the square, costume parade or haunted house. However, a few locations offer Halloween fun that can’t be found anywhere else. Here are

Maya Angelou Celebration in StampsMaya Angelou Celebration in Stamps

23239The below article was written by Jeannie Roberts and was featured in today’s Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.   A celebration Saturday of the life of poet and author Maya Angelou will be the first-ever public gathering in recognition of the self-proclaimed “Daughter

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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