From The Editor: The June 2019 Issue

WATER IS A POWERFUL thing. As I write this, there are images filtering through social media showing people’s roofs that look like pyramids jutting from the waters of the Arkansas River. The Big Dam Bridge has closed, Two Rivers as well. Friends on Facebook are looking for sandbags. On the afternoon before we went to…

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Reasons To Love Arkansas

H OUR TO hour, on a day with blue skies, green grass and wildflowers, it’s not especially difficult to find reasons to love this state—spring days, fog blankets on early mornings, silhouettes of hawks wheeling overhead, that beautiful exchange of the life we see giving life right back. And then there are days like March 7,…

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Shreds of Winter

At a certain point each winter, diners start to dread the words “roasted winter vegetables.” The seasonally appropriate side is a quick way to fill our stomachs with extra veggies, and restaurants love to pair it with every comfort dish on the menu. But we all have our limits. And after dinner after dinner of…

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