CURRENTLY : Issue 6 - October 2016

CURRENTLY : Issue 6 - October 2016

"Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall." 
-F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby

 

C O M I N G   U P  //


  • QUARTERLY SOUND  w/ Martha Cardwell + John David Blagg  on October 21, 8pm // You're going to want to hear these two perform at the shop coming up soon on October 21st. They've got some southern soul and we hope you come get down with us. Beer + wine available,  $5 cover. 
  • WITH | HOLIDAY MARKET  //  The weekend of November 18-19th marks one year since we opened WITH and to help us celebrate, we're hosting a two day holiday market at the shop featuring American Native Goods, Wild Creek Co, American Estates, Connor Made Goods, Bella Bloom, Blackboard Grocery, and many more. It will be a full, festive house and we can't wait to share more details with y'all. 
  • WITH | ONLINE SHOP  //  Coming soon!

     

We've got a limited number of handcrafted Kentucky stick chairs that just arrived in two beautiful finishes. These wood slatted chairs are perfect for fall patio weather and can fold up for easy storage.

USA made, 100% recycled cotton socks in the shop now plus additional cold weather goods coming soon! 

 3   T H I N G S  


Sarah's 3:

 1) At the beginning of the month, I co-hosted a shower for my in-laws (and for my first niece due soon!) in our backyard. The evening weather was perfect and the night was a fun excuse to use a few of the 100+ year old overshot indigo quilts I've collected as makeshift table cloths and to make some dangerously good Rosè-Tequila Sangria.
2) Although it was SO incredibly sad and I cried intermittently throughout, I was entranced by the beautiful interiors / clothes / people / scenery in the movie The Light Between Oceans. I can't wait to rewatch it (on mute).
3) Tanner and I live downtown so we've decided to try our hand at renting out our home for a couple of game weekends this fall. It's pushed me to organize drawers and do some much-needed deep cleaning (I read a few Erin Boyle posts for motivation late one night) but more fun than cleaning was putting together a basket with some of our favorite Fayetteville / neighborhood items like Swalty kettle corn, chips + salsa from Richard's Meat Market, a Puritan gift card to walk over and grab morning coffee, a bottle of wine from Dickson Street Liquor, locally made soap, a shop gift card and some local Arkansas magazines. Hopefully it will add a little charm to the weekend! 

 

Rebekah's 3:

1) Skimm App // The Skimm is a daily news e-mail that makes staying current on US and world news a lot easier. I’m pretty sure everyone in my family subscribes to it and you might already too. But did you know they came out with an iPhone app earlier this year called Skimm Ahead? Unlike the e-mail which summarizes news that just happened, the app tells you what’s coming up in politics, world events, Netflix, award shows, etc. And if you give it permission, it syncs with your iPhone calendar so you can just look to your phone calendar for the date, time and details of the next presidential debate, full moon, award show, everything.

2) Fall Book Releases // Two new books that I’m excited to read this fall are In the Company of Women by Grace Bonney, the creator of DesignSponge, and Dinner at the Long Table by Andrew Tarlow & Anna Dunn.  I love Andrew Tarlow and his wife Kate Hulling’s casual and unique approach to meals, community gathering and business and I’m excited to learn from them.

3) Bentonite Clay //  Disclaimer: I’m far from a skincare expert and this is not a new development, but I was recently introduced to bentonite clay and I’ve been amazed at how many benefits this inexpensive, detoxifying clay has. Combine with water or apple cider vinegar for a toning, detox face mask, use as a bath soak, add to your morning water as a digestive aid, make a shampoo, etc.

 

SUMMER SONGS ON REPEAT //

 

Cranes in the Sky - Solange
One Thousand Times - James Vincent McMorrow
Now you know - Anais Mitchell
8 (circle) - Bon Iver


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