New craft coffee roastery in Hot Springs

Hot Springs is the scene of a new craft coffee roastery, the first small batch roastery of its kind in the city. Red Light Roastery is located at 1003 Park Avenue and beans are sold by the pound from the

Darley Newman returns to Arkansas in new TV show

Armchair tourists and fans of the Emmy-winning PBS travel series “Equitrekking” are in for a treat, because that show’s host, Darley Newman, has a new show debuting next Tuesday, Feb. 2 at 10:30 p.m. on AETN. “Travels with Darley” will

Rockhounding in Arkansas

Each month, KUAR hosts a radio segment called Science Cafe. This month’s guest was Michael DeAngelis, an assistant professor of Earth Science at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. The professor talked about geology during the 25-minute show and

Valley of the Vapors Independent Music Festival in Hot Springs

The 12th annual Valley of the Vapors Independent Music Festival takes place March 18-22 in Hot Springs. The festival is known as the only underground music festival in the state and is home to a wide mix of innovative live

10 top places to kiss in The Natural State

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, you might be looking for a special place to spend idyllic time with your sweetie. You can create a tale of love and adventure in Arkansas at numerous romantic places, but here’s a

Hot Springs baseball documentary to air on Major League Baseball Network

The First Boys of Spring, a documentary about the history of spring training in Hot Springs, is set to air on the Major League Baseball Network next month. More than a third of Baseball Hall of Famers, including legendary players

Hot Springs National Park Helps Celebrate National Park Service Centennial

Among the national parks in Arkansas is Hot Springs National Park, which holds title as the oldest unit within the National Park System. This year marks the Centennial of the National Park Service, NPS, and there will be celebrations and

Oaklawn News

In store for racing fans for the 2016 season at Oaklawn Park in Hot Springs will be the sound of a new announcer. Pete Aiello, 30, becomes the fifth track announcer in the history of Oaklawn Park when he takes on

Coin Show in Hot Springs Celebrates 50 Years

The Tri-Lakes Coin Club is having their 50th anniversary Coin & Stamp Show January 15-17 in Hot Springs at the Hot Springs Convention Center. At the show, which is the largest coin show in the state, over 80 dealers from

New Book Celebrates Centennial of National Park Service

2016 marks the Centennial of the National Park Service. The exact date of the anniversary is August 25, 2016, but there will be celebrations and special events at parks across the nation and throughout the year to honor the milestone.