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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

An exhibit called “Portraits: A Painted History of El Dorado, 1852-2016” is currently on display in the Price and Merkle Galleries of the South Arkansas Arts Center in El Dorado. The exhibit will be there through January 30 and includes 74 portraits that span 160 years. The portraits represent a large scale of history, from …
Baby it’s cold outside. But what’s that you say? You have cabin fever? No worries. There’s plenty of inside fun to be had at these 12 fabulous and free museums that hit interests such as elk, Elvis, art, race cars, wine and history. Mark Martin Museum in Batesville. Martin is a 2017 NASCAR Hall of …
A U.S. Civil Rights Trail, which includes over 100 attractions across 14 states, debuted this year to coincide with Martin Luther King Jr. Day and the 155th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. On the trail, which is a project of Travel South USA and the National Parks Service, are landmark sites from the civil rights …