Carroll Cloar Exhibit in El Dorado

The exhibit “Carroll Cloar’s Arkansas” will be on display at the South Arkansas Arts Center (SAAC) in El Dorado from November 7 through December 19.  According to a press release sent by the SAAC, Cloar (1913-1993) was born in Earle,

Dedication of Lake Ouachita Vista Trail

Heads up to all hikers, mountain bikers, and outdoor enthusiasts! The official dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony for the popular Lake Ouachita Vista Trail (LOViT) is tomorrow ( Oct. 28)! The event takes place at the Avery Recreation Area at

First FootGolf Course Opens in Arkansas

The historic Belvedere Country Club in Hot Springs is now home to Arkansas’s first FootGolf course: The Hills at Belvedere. The 18-hole public course, opening at the end of October, is the brainchild of businessman Robert Raines, who is the

Glimpse History during Civil War Weekend

Civil War Weekend, which takes place November 1-2, is a popular educational event at Historic Washington State Park. The park is located in Washington, Arkansas, which had an important role during the Civil War. The town was located on the

Maya Angelou Celebration in Stamps

The below article was written by Jeannie Roberts and was featured in today’s Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.   A celebration Saturday of the life of poet and author Maya Angelou will be the first-ever public gathering in recognition of the self-proclaimed “Daughter

Biketoberfest and Bicycle Trail Symposium

Biketoberfest is this Sunday (Oct. 19) in Little Rock at the River Market Pavilions! This 2nd annual event, which goes from 12-5, is set to feature bikes ( mountain bikes, road bikes, etc) , beer, music, and art. Good times!

Historic Cold Cases of Arkansas

If you like mysteries, the place to be this Saturday, Oct. 18, is Historic Washington State Park. From 9-12 at the 1914 Schoolhouse, the park will be the scene of  Murder, Mayhem and Lies: Investigating Some of Arkansas’s Historical Cold

Standing Ovation for Glen Campbell Documentary

  Glen Campbell… I’ll Be Me was the opening night documentary featured at this year’s Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival. As the title suggests, this film, which was directed by James Keach of Walk the Line fame, delves into the

Fall Fishing on the Ouachita River

Though fishing in Arkansas is available year-round, fall is a beautiful time to cast a line and enjoy the favorable temperatures and colorful fall foliage of the season. The Ouachita River has long been a lure to anglers due to

World Championship Quartz Crystal Dig this Weekend in Mount Ida

The World Championship Quartz Crystal Dig is this weekend in Mount Ida! The championships, which takes place Oct. 10-11, are a popular event for the town, which is known as the Quartz Crystal Capital of the World. This year, participating