1. “Nothing is easy in the Greek way. You get your whole kitchen dirty and come out with one casserole.” - Lea Ging

    To read more:

    … Or to make that beautiful chocolate cake:

    Lenten Chocolate Cake

    This cake contains no eggs and no dairy, making it a perfect dessert for Greek Orthodox Lent.

    3 cups flour
    2 teaspoons baking soda
    6 tablespoons cocoa
    1 teaspoon salt
    2 cups sugar
    3 tablespoons vinegar
    2 teaspoons vanilla
    3/4 cup vegetable oil
    2 cups cold water

    Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Measure flour, baking soda, cocoa, salt, and sugar into a large mixing bowl. Add vinegar, vanilla, oil and water. Mix well. Pour batter into greased 9-by-13-inch baking pan. Bake for 45 minutes.



  2. From “Where the Buffalo Roams”


    (April 2014, Photo by Hatch and Maas Collective)


  3. Blunts, loops, squirts and wave wheels—playboating moves are as diverse as their names imply, and many kayakers supplement established maneuvers with their own unique variations.

    Care to give it a go? Read on: http://arkansaslife.com/index.php/rock-and-roll/

    Photo by David Gillson/Capture Arkansas


  4. erienicoleg:

    Little Rock School District is doing it big!! A student from Little Rock Central High School maded the news!! Great job young man!


  5. From “Where the Buffalo Roams”


    (April 2014, Photo by Hatch and Maas Collective)


  6. "The chefs partner Stone Throw’s extremely hoppy American India Pale Ale with a dish of chicken-thigh dumplings, potato gnocchi, shiitake mushrooms and creamed collards punctuated with crispy bits of chicken skin. … Like a key into its lock, they fit perfectly together.”

    Read more: http://arkansaslife.com/index.php/match-makers/


  7. sakanaguitar:


    Eureka Springs Spiral by knu2xs

    /Photo collection of “ぐるぐる” (b゚v`*)


  8. kurtlunsford:

    This is easily one of my favorite shots. The guy in the picture is one of my best friends, Jeremy. I’ve known him since elementary school and we basically grew up together. He’s one of the nicest and most humble people you’ll ever meet and i’m really excited about what his future holds for him. He’s and incredible musician and everything he produces is gold. He plans on going to school to become an audio engineer so he can own and operate his own studio, and if there’s anyone that can do it, it’s him. The guy in this photo, and the background of the beautiful Broadway Bridge in Little Rock, Arkansas make this one of my favorites I’ve shot. This was such a fun day, and I hope to have many more like it in the future.


  9. Michael Disfarmer
    Glass negative and contact print.
    (Courtesy of Arkansas Arts Center)



  10. we-thelonelyheartsclub:

    Some of my nature pictures