You have a few more weeks to relive your glory days before Cajun’s Wharf, the storied seafood restaurant, bar and dance hall, closes June 1. Grab your friends and celebrate spring on the big swingin’ deck perched above the Arkansas River.
For the first chapter of his young life, Maxwell Clemmons was a model child. Loving, sweet and affectionate, he was more than the apple of his mother’s eye; the two shared a close friendship as well as familial bonds.
Take a minute to think about the major categories of pharmaceuticals in the marketplace today and you quickly come to a simple conclusion: Pain management is big business.
If you’ve been using CBD products and you’ve seen results – or read any of the myriad individual testimonials that are out there – you may be wondering why companies that deal in CBD aren’t more aggressive in touting the medicinal benefits of their products. After all, with all the buzz out there surrounding CBD’s positive effect on everything from achy knees to sleeplessness to mood disorders, why keep it hidden?
If you’re just starting your search for CBD products, you’ve no doubt noticed there exist major price differences. Like most people, you’re probably willing to pay for a quality product, but you don’t want to pay an unnecessary premium.
CBD treatments are customizable and no one size fits all. A good rule of thumb for the newcomer in deciding which form of CBD to take lies in the old adage: “The right tool for the right job.”
“The cannabis plant is an accumulator,” said Jason Martin, CEO of Little Rock-based Tree of Life Seeds. “Anything that’s in the soil or anything that it’s fed, whether it’s a nutrient line, a pesticide or something already in the soil, the plant is going to draw that out.”
Dual Chihuly exhibit opening also brings culmination of year-plus forest project
Celebrate your best, most beautiful life at this rooftop party-cum-workshop
33rd annual Greek Food Festival brings increases in food options, charitable donations
By proclamation of Governor Asa Hutchinson, and in recognition of the positive economic, social, and cultural impact of the travel and tourism industry, Arkansas will celebrate May 7-13 as Tourism Week. In 2016, visitors who traveled in Arkansas spent an estimated $7.7 billion, which generated $538 million in state and local taxes, and supported more than 100,000 jobs.