April 2016

Worth it

In Fort Worth, it all boils down to world-class art and architecture, good food, camaraderie—and cowboy hats


At first glance, walking through Sundance Square in Fort Worth, I’m thinking I’m in a smaller, humbler Dallas. At night, the downtown lights illuminate the square, running up and down the sides of buildings and bouncing kaleidoscopically off the many-windowed

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The Gospel of Bigfoot

Robert Swain and his group of Bigfoot hunters head out to find what goes bump in the night—and you're invited along for the ride

A Walk in the Park

Inspired by the National Park Service’s Centennial, we went to Hot Springs to get perspective on our state’s piece of the pie

Start Small. Dream Big.

If there's one thing these five small-business owners want you to take away from their stories, it's this: Why not?

Big booze, small town

It isn’t exactly “local,” and it’s a long way from “small batch,” but folks in Fort Smith are still raising their glasses to the new Smithworks Vodka

Good Tasting

What we’re eating & sipping this month

Table 28

Fresh off a total renovation, this 3-year-old west Little Rock eatery has found its place in Arkansas’ fine dining

Growing Pains

A transplant on putting down roots in her adopted state

Bathing Beauties

These three Arkansas bathrooms prove that gorgeous materials and insightful design can go a long way

The Bee’s Knees

With his third James Beard nomination, The Hive’s Matt McClure has one more accolade proving he’s truly crème de la crème

Mountain Home

Seeking serenity in the Ozark Hills

Yes to the dress

Designer Tony Bowls is no stranger to to glitz and glam

Pieced Together

This month, the Kinsey Collection goes on display in Little Rock—and then continues its mission around the world

Arkansas Sketchbook

"86.10 Trying to Understand"

The Culturalist

A month's worth of reading, ribeyes and old-timey radio