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

Pea Ridge National Military Park Celebrations and Anniversaries

On March 7-8, 1862, some 10,500 Union soldiers turned back about 16,000 Confederate troops who were marching through extreme northwestern Arkansas en route to Missouri with hopes of capturing St. Louis. As a result of the battle, Missouri remained in

5 Arkansas ideas for Spring Break 2016

Visit Arkansas during Spring Break and you’ll walk away with incredible experiences such as seeing the amazing size and colors of the limestone bluffs lining the Buffalo National River, or how big cats devour their food at a wildlife refuge.

New “Radio CALS” is an auditory exploration of Arkansas

A new weekly radio program from the Central Arkansas Library System (CALS) will allow listeners to explore Arkansas without even leaving the house. Radio CALS, which debuts on KABF 88.3 Friday, Jan. 8, at noon, is a two-hour show that will

Celebrate Big Apple-style this NYE in Little Rock

This New Year’s Eve, celebrate New York-style and watch the iconic ball drop at Little Rock’s first Ball Drop Party at the Little Rock Marriott. Featuring a champagne toast at midnight and live music, the Marriott is also offering room and

‘Oh, What Fun!’ Holiday Exhibit Now Open at ESSE Purse Museum

“Oh, What Fun! A Very Vintage Holiday” is now open at ESSE Purse Museum & Store in Little Rock. The exhibit showcases a collection of items from Christmases past, with decorations and ornaments from turn of the 20th century antiques to

Start the NEW 365 at Crystal Bridges

If you think art museums are stuffy, think again. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville is anything but, especially on New Year’s Eve when it celebrates the coming year through an immersion of art, fantasy, and inspiration set

Shop Central Arkansas Like a Local This Holiday Season

If you haven’t started your holiday shopping (like me!), it’s not too late! And don’t feel pressured to rush to a big box store – there are tons of locally owned businesses within central Arkansas that can fulfill your every

Red and Green Alternating Lights and Disco Dome: The History of Holiday Lighting at the State Capitol

Text by Kerry Kraus During the Christmas season when I was growing up, the dome of the capitol was pretty much covered in lights, which alternated from solid red to green. The building was also outlined in lights but it

Sleigh Bells Ring Throughout Central Arkansas this December

Hey kids! Like any journalist I have my sources, and a little elf at the North Pole sent me Santa’s schedule for December. Keep your eyes peeled for the big guy at these locations: Today–Dec. 24: Visits and Photos with