Out-of-the-Way Gem of an Arkansas Restaurant

If you whiz through the Arkansas River Valley via I-40, then you’re missing out on the opportunity to eat at a wonderful small, family owned restaurant.  Located on U.S. 64, or Main Street in Lamar, Sweet Treats Sandwich and Pie

Thank You Celebration for our Vietnam Veterans

The Jacksonville Museum of Military History is providing the public a way to thank some very special members of the armed forces during the 3rd Annual Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day Celebration.  It will be held at the museum on

Jewish Culture on Display April 27

The annual Jewish Food Festival is a terrific opportunity for you and your family to learn about other traditions while enjoying delicious food.  It will be April 27 at War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock. The event starts off with

Legendary Catfish Hole Restaurant Lives Up to its Reputation

We all know the intent of commercials is to entice us to buy something or visit a certain place. And we’ve all probably had an experience where, when we tried the product or went to see the location advertised, they

Full Week of Spring Break Activities at Woolly Hollow State Park

Parents, are you tired of being cooped up with all the wacky winter weather we’ve had?  If you are, imagine how your kids feel.  Woolly Hollow State Park near Greenbrier has the perfect solution for you.  From March 24-28, the

Cher’s Dress to Kill Tour Stops in North Little Rock March 28

Verizon Arena in downtown North Little Rock will be rocking and rolling on March 28 as Cher’s Dress to Kill Tour hits the stage. This will be the ageless rocker’s eighth solo concert tour highlighting her 26th album “Closer to

Major Exhibition of Prominent Arkansas Painter Carroll Cloar at Arkansas Arts Center

Renowned Arkansas born painter, Carroll Cloar was a master at depicting life in the South. Born in the Delta town of Earle, Cloar used family stories, memories of growing up on an Arkansas farm, rural scenery, small town life, and

Presidential Pets Make the White House a Home

Do you have a favorite pet? Well, presidents dating all the way to the very first one have had their favorite pets as well.  John Adams is credited with being the first president to have a pet IN the White

Warm Up With History: Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame Honors the Best

It’s cold outside…so why not visit one of The Natural State’s many great museums this winter? During January, our blogs will give you suggestions on museums throughout Arkansas that offer something for the entire family…a great chance to Warm Up

Two Programs About David O. Dodd: “Boy Martyr of the Confederacy” Jan. 11

On Christmas Eve 1863, David Owen Dodd traveled from Camden to Little Rock on family business, with his birth certificate and a pass to cross Union lines. Dodd left Little Rock on Dec. 29, and since he was headed back