Hauntober Happenings in North Central and Northwest Arkansas

Most every Arkansas city has a Halloween event of some kind, whether it’s a trick or treat on the square, costume parade or haunted house. However, a few locations offer Halloween fun that can’t be found anywhere else. Here are

Epic Road Ride in Fayetteville Oct. 18

Banded Suffering is an epic road ride benefiting JDRF, an organization working to cure type 1 diabetes, and it takes place this Saturday, Oct. 18 in Fayetteville. The event is for every level of cyclist with its two different family-friendly rides

Italian American Country with Paolo Battaglia Tonight in Tontitown

The Tontitown Historical Museum hosts Paolo Battaglia at 7 p.m. tonight (Wednesday, Oct. 15) at Willie James in Tontitown to discuss his book on the Italian American experience. His book, “Explorers, Emigrants, Citizens,” was co-published by the Library of Congress

67th Annual Original Ozark Folk Festival is Oct. 8-11

Held annually since 1948, the Original Ozark Folk Festival is the longest consecutively held annual folk festival in America. Featuring music, dance, arts, crafts, and talented artists of the Ozarks, it takes place this year on Oct. 8-11 in historic

Fireball Run in Bentonville Tomorrow

Spectators and fans are welcome to join in the fun of Fireball Run when it rolls into Bentonville tomorrow. Who knows, you might even see yourself on TV. Just be on the square from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. on

Arkansas Apple Festival Starts Friday, Oct. 3

The Arkansas Apple Festival in Lincoln is an iconic fall event in northwest Arkansas. It’s held every year on the first weekend of October, which means food and fun can be found this weekend – Friday, Oct. 3 through Sunday,

Arkansas State Parks in Autumn

Arkansas State Parks are fun to visit year round with their hiking and mountain biking trails, playgrounds, campgrounds, swimming pools and wildlife. In autumn they rise to the occasion with leaves turning gorgeous hues of orange, red, and yellow, and

Hundreds Celebrate Groundbreaking for U.S. Marshals Museum

Shovels turned dirt Wednesday (Sept. 24), marking an exciting step in the plan to build the U.S. Marshals Museum on the banks of the Arkansas River in downtown Fort Smith. The museum will serve as a national center to educate

5 To-Dos During Bikes, Blues and BBQ

Fayetteville starts its transformation today into a haven for bikers, which can only mean one thing. It’s time for Bikes, Blues and BBQ on Sept. 24-27. Whether you are a motorcycle enthusiast or just someone who wants to walk around

Fayetteville Ale Trail Celebrates One Year Anniversary

The craft beer craze is in full swing in Northwest Arkansas. Seven local breweries serve a wide variety of pale ales, dark stouts, Weizens, spiced beers and specialty lagers that vary with the season. You can buy pints to enjoy