Arkansas Life Closes Doors Due to Economic Crisis

Arkansas Life will be closing its doors due to economic factors.   The monthly print and digital magazine, published by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, announced that Monday, July 13 that it will be its final day of operation. Via social media platforms, Arkansas Liferepresentatives said the closure is a “financial necessity resulting from the current economic crisis.”…

The Filling Station is Ready to Go

North Little Rock’s food scene along JFK Boulevard got another shot in the arm with the recent addition of The Filling Station. It is the brainchild of partners Joy Evans and Kristi Scott, who decided to revamp an old gas station into a food truck court and small farmers’ market.   “In my travels, I…

Tomato Pie

Recipe Monday: Tomato Pie

To say people have an obsession with Arkansas tomatoes right now is an understatement.    You can find them at side-of-the-road fruit stands to local grocery stores.  The Little Rock Farmers Market opened back up Saturday in the River Market, and they were plentiful. The moral to this story is TO BUY SOME.    Last…

Top 10 French Fries in Little Rock

Today, July 13, is National French Fries Day, so we must celebrate with a list!   Below are my top 10 best French fries in Little Rock (in ranking order). And you will not find any chain restaurants on this list. Sorry, McDonald’s and Rally’s.   Read, drool, and go find these fries today. The…

Fry Day: The Root Cafe

#FriYAY because its #FRYday here at AY About You!   Every Friday, AY chooses a local eatery dedicated to bringing Arkansans binge-worthy fries and delicious, homemade sauces.   For this week’s Fry Day, we are going all-natural with a Little Rock staple, The Root Cafe.    Located in the trendy SoMa district on 1500 Main…