Happy birthday to the River Market!

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

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

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

Well, dog my cats

Arkansas seems to be going cuckoo for kitty-cats. While the Turpentine Creek Wildlife Sanctuary in Eureka Springs has long been one of the largest and most-respected big-cat sanctuaries in North America, your typical tabbies haven’t quite enjoyed the same public adulation, especially

Inaugural Tesla Fest held at Mid-America Science Museum in Hot Springs

Mid-America Science Museum in Hot Springs will be celebrating a special event on July 9: the 160th birthday of inventor Nikola Tesla. “Tesla has been an important influence not just regarding advancements in modern science and technology, but he has also

Fourth of July fun in Central Arkansas

Problem: The countdown to 4th of July weekend has begun, and you haven’t made plans for the big day yet. Solution: Check out this quick-and-dirty guide to 4th festivities in and around Little Rock. And you know what’s even better than

Fun awaits at the Cherry Street Fair in historic Helena

If you haven’t been to historic downtown Helena lately, you’re missing out! There are great new shops and restaurants along Cherry Street in the beautiful downtown historic district. And if you’re looking for a specific reason to get to Helena,

Update on Clinton Birthplace Home National Historic Site

This is the Centennial year of the National Park Service, NPS, and there have been celebrations and special events across the U.S. and throughout the year to honor the occasion. August stands out as it marks the month when U.S.

Gravity BrewWorks, Tony Guinn, and the attractions of the Mountain View area

Gravity BrewWorks is a nanobrewery offering small batches of hand-crafted beer in the small town of Big Flat in North Central Arkansas. Locally owned and operated by Tony Guinn and Bill Riffle, the brewery is normally open Thursday through Saturday

Camp fun this July!

July is a great time to get outdoors and have some fun! And if the kids learn something while having a great time, that’s just the icing on the cake! Parkin Archeological State Park in Parkin offers a Youth Day