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From Johnny Cash to Sonny Burgess and the Pacers, from the Rock & Roll Highway to the birthplace of the blues and the home of American folk music traditions, you'll find a soundtrack to keep you moving in Arkansas. Learn more about music in The Natural State and where to hear it performed live here: www.arkansas.com/music-and-entertainment

Hear the story behind songs you know and love, and learn the industry side of the music business at The Power of Music Festival set for April 26-29 in Bentonville. Get tickets to the music portion or the conference side of the event, or attend both. In its second year, the festival encompasses great music, …
This weekend is a perfect time to see thousands of tulips in bloom in Salem. The Fulton County Master Gardeners planted 14,000 bulbs last fall for residents and visitors to enjoy this spring. “Several beds already bloomed and some are coming on,” explains Ralph Moore, president of the group. “This weekend will be good.” More …
Hope is a town that is immersed in railroad history. The town developed as the Cairo and Fulton Railway (predecessor to the Union Pacific) tracks were being laid from Argenta (now North Little Rock) to Fulton. The first passenger train pulled into the station in 1872. James Loughborough, the railroad company’s land commissioner, named the workmen’s camp in honor …