Maya Angelou to be featured on U.S. Postage Stamp

The U.S. Postal Service has announced that African-American poet, author, actress, and singer Maya Angelou will be honored with a Forever Stamp. “Maya Angelou inspired our nation through a life of advocacy and through her many contributions to the written

Motorcycling Safety First Before Taking to the Road

Have you finally decided to get yourself a motorcycle? Congratulations! Now you need to learn everything you can about riding so you can enjoy safe excursions throughout The Natural State. ABATE of Arkansas (Arkansas Bikers Aiming Towards Education) is sponsoring

The Arkansas Music Festival Scene

The opportunities to experience live music in Arkansas are as diverse as the state itself. Music is an important part of the culture and heritage of the Arkansas Delta and no genre has impacted the region as dramatically as the

There’s Plenty of Sparkle with the Arkansas Trail of Holiday Lights

December means the Trail of Holiday of Lights in Arkansas. More than 60 communities around the state take part annually, brightening the holiday season for all to see. The brochure is now available both online and in printed version. Whichever

Eiffel Tower Replica Lights Up in Paris, Arkansas

Oh la la! The City of Paris celebrates the holiday season with extra flair this year with the installation of the Eiffel Tower Park on the town square. Don’t miss the lighting ceremony of the new tower at 5 p.m.

Fall Rail Travel in Arkansas

One of my favorite ways to enjoy the beauty of fall color in Arkansas is by rail, where you can let the Arkansas and Missouri Railroad do the driving while you do the gazing. Ride in style on the meticulously

Arkansas Food Trucks Have Gone to the Dogs

On the heels of National Dog Day comes another treat for your four-legged friend for those in central and northwest Arkansas. Milo’s Kitchen brand dog treats is getting in on the massively popular local food truck trend by launching a

New Wildlife Trail in Nashville, Arkansas

A new wildlife viewing trail has opened at Nashville City Park in Nashville, Arkansas.  The 1/2 mile Ronny K. Woods Wildlife Trail is mapped out via sections including the field, the edge, the stream and the pecan grove ( the

Parrotheads Flock to Marshall Thursday Night

If you’re a Parrothead, Kenda Drive-In in Marshall is the place you want to be Thursday night (June 19) for the nationwide live broadcast of Jimmy Buffett & the Coral Reefer Band. This is a special live event that no

Six Summer Sessions Your Kids Will Love

Arkansas has a ton of fun things for kids to do all year long; but, summer brings on extra activities and opportunities. Here are a few in the Ozarks and River Valley regions of The Natural State: Nerdies – In