Stuttgart

Stuttgart’s Callin’

by AY Staff // Photos by Jamison Mosley   Few communities elicit the kind of international notoriety that has come to define Stuttgart. And that’s “stuht-gahrt,” not “shtoot-gahrt.” Rooted in the heart of the Arkansas Grand Prairie, the once-colony of German immigrants has become a mecca for the American outdoorsman and the native soil from which…

psychic

Psy Chics Talks Psychic Abilities, Spirits and More

If you’ve taken a look at this month’s issue of AY Magazine, you’re probably already familiar with my interest in professional psychics, three of whom I interviewed in this article. Those three, while fascinating, by no means constitute an exhaustive list of Arkansas’ surprisingly substantial psychic and spiritualist community. One group that only recently came…

cornbread

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…

Elk

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…