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Winter Wonderment: A frosty photo essay from our readers

A blizzard of beautiful submissions. That’s what we experienced when we asked our readers to send in entries for our 2022 Arkansas Living calendar. Last year’s snow inspired a wintry mix of icy artistry. With only three winter months to fill in our calendar, we wanted to find another way to showcase other “cool” submissions.

Class act: University of Arkansas celebrating its 150th anniversary

The University of Arkansas, Fayetteville — the flagship of today’s University of Arkansas system that enrolls 65,000 students among 13 campuses — held its first day of classes 150 years ago this month for seven men and one woman. To mark the sesquicentennial of that humble opening day on Jan. 22, 1872, a yearlong celebration

Brunch recipes to ‘chai’ out: Potatoes, quiche, muffins, tea

Frigid January mornings are the perfect time for a home-cooked brunch. Whether you invite people over to enjoy or just share with your family, these recipes will please. Bacon-Wrapped Potatoes with a delicious horseradish dipping sauce make a tasty brunch appetizer. I love Denver omelets, so I created a quiche with those ingredients. Fruity Cranberry