• From blues, country and folk music to the silver screen and a constant change in the political spectrum, Arkansas has a storied past worth exploring.   MUSIC Holding patents in acoustics, ballistics, and geophysics, Paul Klipsch founded Klipsch Audio Technologies in 1946 in Hope. Today, it is one of the leading speaker companies in the United States and a world-leader in premium-qu ...
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  • A peek at everything from rainfall and recreation to produce and politics. State Capital: Little Rock State Bird: Mockingbird State Gem: Diamond State Tree: Pine State Nickname: The Natural State State Flower: Apple Blossom Population: 2.67 MILLION - (33RD IN NATION) More than half of the state is covered by forestland CLEAN AIR: On a scale of 1-100 with ...
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  • What's great about The Natural State! Whether you settle in North Central Arkansas, the Upper or Lower Deltas, in Northwest or Southwest Arkansas, or within the Central hub of the state, Arkansas is an incredible place to live. Some residents are enchanted by the stunning scenery, others enjoy the four distinct seasons and still others are fond of the convenience the state provides. Whatever ...
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  • Good Things Brewing  The Natural State is right in the middle of a craft brew boom. With less than five in 2010, the past few years have seen an exponential growth in Arkansan breweries, each with a new take on craft beer. The Little Rock metro alone currently boasts nine breweries, and the Fayetteville Ale Trail is a fun way to travel around the region tasting beer made by 10 different No ...
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  • Experience the best of Arkansas’s four distinct  seasons with this forecast of monthly offerings. Spring NATURE’S BOUNTY Farmers markets are a thing of beauty, and starting in spring, we have plenty to choose from. From Jonesboro to El Dorado, the map is dotted with places to get your hands on the freshest ingredients, from farm to table. Sink your teeth into locally gr ...
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  • There are certain things every Arkansan should do at least once. Consider this an Arkansas bucket list, or at least it’s a start. Eating an entire hubcap cheeseburger at the original Cotham’s in Scott. Floating in a canoe down the Buffalo National River when the dogwoods are blooming. Searching for the Gurdon Light late at night. First sighted in the 1930s, the G ...
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  •   THE STATE IS FILLED WITH SCENIC AND HISTORIC ROUTES FOR MOTORCYCLE ENTHUSIASTS AND DAY-TRIPPERS. HERE’S A LOOK AT A FEW TO GET YOUR JOURNEY STARTED.   NORTHWEST    EUREKA SPRINGS ART & HERITAGE TOUR  (112 miles) Situated on the northern section of AR 23, Eureka Springs is one of the top motorcycling destinations in mid-America, with hig ...
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