Kenny Rogers to Perform in El Dorado

Mark Givens, Executive Director of Main Street El Dorado, has sent word that Kenny Rogers will perform on Saturday, November 9 at the El Dorado Municipal Auditorium (100 W 8th) in El Dorado. The concert, part of Rogers’ Through The

Lighting Up for the Holiday Season

Kids of all ages love holiday lights. Two great holiday light festivals start later this month. The 17th annual Enchanted Land of Lights and Legends in Pine Bluff “lights up” the holiday season this year from Nov. 19 through Dec.

Discover Your National Wildlife Refuges

Want to impress your teachers, enrich your life, and have fun while learning? Visit a national wildlife refuge and see what refuges are doing to conserve your wildlife heritage. National wildlife refuges include many of America’s most treasured landscapes. Take

Hoo-Rah Days Festival in De Queen Celebrates Heritage

The annual Hoo-Rah Days festival in De Queen is this week: October 11-12.  The festival, which celebrates the heritage of the town, is held at the Sevier County Museum. This year’s theme celebrates the history of downtown De Queen, which

Famous Arkansan: Paul “Bear” Bryant

“He wasn’t just a coach, he was the coach.” -former USC coach John McKay   This year ( on September 11th to be exact) would have marked the 100th birthday of Paul “Bear” Bryant. Born in Moro Bottom and raised

MusicFest El Dorado Returns October 4-5!

MusicFest El Dorado returns Oct. 4-5 in El Dorado and tickets are now on sale for the shows. The festival, which has won Festival of the Year four times, takes place over two days on four stages. Over thirty musical

Showdown at Sunset in El Dorado!

  Showdown at Sunset has been a summer tradition in El Dorado since the 1980s. The historic live show, named one of the “Top-100 Events in North America” by The American Bus Association, recreates the 1902 shootout that led to

Find Fantastic Fireworks On And Around July 4th in Arkansas

Independence Day is traditionally celebrated with fireworks displays, which evoke the history of the Revolutionary War. Just as Francis Scott Key wrote in the Star Spangled Banner, “oh the rockets’ red glare, the bombs bursting in air…” today we celebrate

Free Summer Concert Series in El Dorado Announced

Heads up on two free shows this summer that are part of the Showtime Concert Series. The series is free to the public and includes national music artists performing outside in downtown El Dorado. According to a news release sent

Film Crew in Texarkana For Remake of The Town That Dreaded Sundown

A film crew is in Texarkana this week shooting a remake of  the 1976 horror movie The Town That Dreaded Sundown. The late Charles B. Pierce, who was from Arkansas, originally directed the movie, which was inspired by a series
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