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Getting Ready for the 2019 Arkansas Cornbread Festival

Every fall, thousands fill into the streets of Little Rock’s SoMa neighborhood to pay homage to that most Southern of foods: cornbread. Since 2011, the Arkansas Cornbread Festival has fed and entertained thousands with its good-natured culinary competition and entertainment.   Despite initially modest expectations, the festival has become an institution. And it’s no wonder…

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Elk, Color Fest Await in Ponca

by Mark Carter   Photos courtesy of Arkansas Game and Fish Commission   The Buffalo River, America’s first officially designated national river, annually attracts thousands of visitors from across the country for its scenery and opportunities to hike, camp and float. Our publisher, Heather Baker, took her family out to the Buffalo River this past…

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Goats And Shows

by Dustin Jayroe   “Goats and shows, goats and shows, gotta have me my goats and…” I digress. Although, I am not sure if I should. Autumn is back in full swing, which means a couple of things, at least for me — sweater weather is finally back and there is a “goatload” (couldn’t resist)…

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I Want To Believe

by Ryan Nix // Photography by Jamison Mosley In the past few months, our country has been a hotbed of turmoil. Shocking violence, natural disasters, measles outbreaks, Joe Biden planning to educate our children with vinyl records while President Trump floats the idea of buying Greenland and launching nukes at hurricanes had me desperate for…