Speak Justice

Speak Justice

By Dwain Hebda // Photos By Jamison Mosley   “In here, please.” The trim, soft-spoken man beckons from across the room. Outside, a cold winter’s morning needles passersby with chill and biting rain, but it’s pleasant inside the mosque at Islamic Center of Little Rock. A posted sign politely directs you to remove your shoes…

Love Triumphs

By Dustin Jayroe // Photos By Jamison Mosley   A trip over to Congregation B’nai Israel in Little Rock, a Jewish temple of Reform classification, outside of worship hours is met with strict gatekeeping. The doors, locked, and a press on the doorbell prompts a distant voice to intercom an inquiry of your business here.…

Natural State

Keeping A Natural State

By Dustin Jayroe / Photos Courtesy of Keep Arkansas Beautiful   The slogan, “the Natural State,” has long been the descriptor for the state of Arkansas. It’s simple and concise, but also bigger than itself. Our many lakes and rivers, mountains and valleys, all flow through those three words, each contributing to the life cycle…

We All Float Down Here

By Ryan Nix / Photos By Casey Crocker   Once the seasons shift from winter to spring, Arkansans start itching to get outside.   Some of us hike, others play sports and almost everyone hosts or attends a cookout. However, one particular outdoor activity is gaining popularity across the state: paddle sports. Luckily for us,…

A Moment Changes Everything

By Olivia Paschal / Photos By Jamison Mosley   On opening weekend at the Momentary, the Bentonville contemporary art space built by the next generation of Waltons — Tom, Steuart and Olivia — the atmosphere was calm, almost peaceful. Families passed in and out, lingering at some of the art installations, rifling through the gift…

TULA

Tula Restaurant

By Matthew Milton // Photos by Jamison Mosley   Space and place are two very different things.   Space, for example, is a specific location. It’s the address on a mailbox in front of a house. Place is how we understand our attachment to that space. It’s how we feel when we’re inside of that…