My Top 10 Dishes in June

Each month, I will be recapping my favorite food from restaurants in Little Rock and around Arkansas. Even though these dishes are listed in ranking order, I consider all of them ones I would highly recommend. Here are my top 10 dishes in June. 8-Layer Dip at Mockingbird Bar and Tacos We have all heard…

Lighting the Path

By Dustin Jayroe | Photos By Jamison Mosley A cheerful face with a beaming smile provides a warm greeting at the World Services for the Blind headquarters in Little Rock. “Come on back,” the tender soul and president and CEO of the organization, Sharon Giovinazzo, invites. She serves as the guide down the hallway and…

Six Feet

Six Feet Apart

By Dustin Jayroe The afternoon of March 11, 2020, formalized Arkansas’ annex in the fight against the novel coronavirus, as the state’s patient zero was announced in Pine Bluff. Our public health forces assembled alongside those in the rest of the country and the world as the attention of all persons set sight on the…

Murder Mystery

A Murder Mystery for You to Solve

Satisfy Your Inner Investigator With Murder Mystery Subscription Service   by Bailey White   Anyone else find themself spending quiet, quarantined moments Instagram-investigating their friend’s latest Tinder match to get a lead? Or maybe digging through celebrity gossip to discover who’s quarantining with whom?   Wait … that’s just me? Maybe that’s my twentysomething way…

Waste Not

The bigger the problem, the better the opportunity By Angela Forsyth   Everyone creates food waste. Even the most conscientious environmentalist ends up with leftover banana peels and apple cores. There might be the select few who are composting at home, but the reality is that most food waste goes to a landfill. In fact,…