The bouillon dip tasted better than any au jus I’ve ever had. It was bold, rich, smooth and not even slightly pretentious.
It’s not the chocolate bomb I was expecting, but a nicely balanced stout from a company with a brewing tradition that dates back to the 1500s.
I got my Tim Ernst “Arkansas Waterfalls” book and confirmed the location — about an hour and a half from Fayetteville with a 1.25-mile walk.
Thousand-year-old river bottom holds mystery — corpses and catfish, bones and beer bottles and boats lie below the surface, below the cotton fields and conjure a cocktail of biscuits and sausage gravy.
April is National Poetry Month. Ozark Poets and Writers Collective celebrates this event by honoring the up and coming writers of Fayetteville High School’s literary and art magazine — Connotations.
My husband and I are wonderful friends, and I love him dearly. However, for reasons he won’t tell me, he decided eight years ago that he was no longer interested in sex.
How come immigrants from south of the border stay stuck on the bottom rungs of the proverbial ladder of success for generations?
Risa’s words for April 21-27
The OneUps with their jazzy funkolicious mix of tunes inspired by video games will celebrate the release of their fourth album “Intergalactic Redux” Friday, April 22 at Smoke & Barrel Tavern in Fayetteville.
The initial two weeks of the Fayetteville Farmers’ Market turned out nearly 5,000 attendees, according to the market manager Peggy Maringer. Two more divisions of the farmer’s market will open the first week of May.