Fruits of the vine -Discover the Arkansas Wine Trail 

It’s time to celebrate the fruits of the vine in Arkansas’ wine country. With the arrival of September, the locally grown grapes are ready for picking. And, as always, the wines and juices are ready for tasting. Since the late 1800s, Arkansas has been producing wine, making it the oldest wine- and grape juice-producing state

Herds of fans expected for 3rd Annual Arkansas Goat Festival

Internet cat videos, move over. Goats have arrived. Around the world, online and off, the inherently funny antics of goats are having their day. In Arkansas, they literally have a day — this year, Oct. 6 — when the 3rd Annual Arkansas Goat Festival in Perryville puts on a show you have to see to

Pumpkin time – Cooking and decorating with my favorite harbinger of fall

What moistens the lip and what brightens the eye? What calls back the past, like the rich Pumpkin pie?” — From “The Pumpkin” by John Greenleaf Whittier, 1846 Despite what the calendar says, autumn doesn’t begin for me until I see my first pumpkin of the season.  Pumpkins mean delicious seasonal desserts, beautiful fall table