Going for the gold in Little Rock

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“The Olympic spirit—the spirit of good will, friendship, understanding and unity across all the lines that divide us—that can propel us into an even brighter era of respect and success.” — President Bill Clinton, in remarks to 1998 United States

Arkansas music legends to be celebrated at symposium

The Arkansas State Archives will host a free symposium and folk music concert on Saturday, July 30, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., in the Multi-Agency Complex building behind the State Capitol. The theme of the program is “Heroes of

Great food and fun for a great cause

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August 2 is the date for the 14th annual Taste of the Town in West Memphis. A fundraiser for the ongoing projects of Main Street West Memphis, the event is held at Southland Park Gaming and Racing. Main Street West

Trade sweltering days for starry nights

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With back-to-school looming ever nearer on the horizon, it’s time to squeeze every last drop out of summer. But as much as you want to get outside and play, it’s still just…so…hot. The good news is that this is the time

Fat Tire Festival in Eureka Springs

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The Eureka Springs’ Fat Tire Festival on July 15-17 is full of downhill, super-d, short track, and cross country racing. Riders and spectators from surrounding states come together for group rides and social gatherings during this three-day event. Click here

Around the state in 80 steps

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Two summer exhibits at the Arkansas State Capitol allow visitors to take a little tour of Arkansas—without leaving the building. “Finding Your Adventure,” installed in celebration of the centennial of the National Park Service, taking place this year, offers viewers a glimpse

Summer Bucket List for kids

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Summer is freedom. The release from school schedules gives time for exploration of the world around you. The Northwest and North Central  sections of Arkansas have many adventures to offer. See how many of these attractions you can mark off

Happy birthday to the River Market!

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If you’ve ever browsed the Little Rock Farmers’ Market while visions of tomato sandwiches danced in your head, discreetly sipped a beer on a blanket during Movies in the Park or gotten lost in history at the Arkansas Studies Institute, you are fully aware of

Sandpainting tapestry by Hosteen Klah debuts at Museum of Native American History

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The Museum of Native American History in Bentonville will debut a sandpainting tapestry by Hosteen Klah at 5 p.m. on Saturday, July 9. The 8-foot by 8-foot tapestry is titled “Angled Corn With Holy People – Nightway Ceremony.” Circa early

Downtown Walking Tour of Springdale

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The Shiloh Museum of Ozark History will explore the agricultural history of downtown Springdale during a walking tour of Emma Avenue at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 5. Led by museum research librarian Rachel Whitaker, the hour-long tour will focus