I capped of the festival season with story about Little Rock's 2016 Riverfest in the June issue of Arkansas Life, which you can read here.
On this trip to Memphis, we steered clear of all our usual haunts and checked a bunch of boxes off of our Memphis Bucket List — a Grizzlies game, ribs at Rendezvous, a walk in the the South Main Arts District, a visit to Graceland, and meals, drinks, and shopping in the Cooper Young and Midtown neighborhoods.
In 2015 I wrote a Jackson city guide for Arkansas Life based around Mississippi's capital's iconic parade and festival.
New Orleans is one of those magical places you'll never fully discover. Therefore, I'll be blogging about this city MUCH.
Recently watching: Portlandia and Making a Murderer. Listening to: Favorites Futurebirds and Jenny Lewis. Reading: It Still Moves and My Dirty Dumb Eyes.
Arts happenings in Little Rock and beyond in November 2015.
My third contribution to Arkansas Money & Politics focused entirely on women business owners.
One of my major projects this year has been serving as chair and and editor-in-chief of the Publications Committee of the Junior League of Little Rock.
October is BUSY! And so am I. Which is why this month's edition of Things Stephanie Digs Going On In Her Hometown (that's basically what this is) will take the form of your typical list. Happy fall! Hope you get to enjoy some of this beautiful weather.
Currently digging: BoJack Horseman, The World's Largest Man, Courtney Barnett, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, and Uppercase magazine.
We enjoyed a quick day-and-a-half detour through New Orleans on our way home from the beach this summer.
Art, theater, film, music, and entertainment in and around Little Rock in September, including Macbeth, sculpture, banned books, and more.
Businesses highlighted in my second contribution to Arkansas Money & Politics include Gearhead Outfitters, Real Agent Guard, Paul Michael Co., Supreme Fixture, and Strong Suit.
Arts, music, and entertainment events in and around Little Rock in August, including beer, comedy, Sally Nixon, Shakespeare, local theater, and dance.