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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

Sugarloaf Mountain, a 690-foot erosional remnant near the Little Red River, is a popular spot in Heber Springs The earliest white settlers called it Sugarloaf because it looked like the shape of the loaves of unrefined sugar in use at that time. That also became the name of the community that developed nearby. While the …
A dedication of the final two markers in the Hot Springs Historic Baseball Trail has been set for March. Hot Springs has many ties to baseball history, which is documented in town via the trail. As part of the project, historical markers have been placed across the city to highlight the places where American baseball …
Where do you go to expend that energy you have from being cooped up in the house on a cold winter day? The Amazeum in Bentonville, of course, where you can climb a tree canopy, explore the indoor cave, and experiment in the tinkering hub. It’s the kind of place kids love because it’s fun, …