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New track announcer at Oaklawn in Hot Springs

A new voice will be calling the races at Oaklawn next year

Global mountain biking community converges in Arkansas as Bentonville hosts IMBA World Summit

Arkansas made its mark as a world-class destination for cyclists as Bentonville hosted the International Mountain Bicycling Association World Summit Nov. 10-12. More than 500 attendees from across the globe attended the event, which was held for the first time in the state.

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Historic Preservation Passport Program

Looking for a new way to explore Arkansas? Visit Arkansas's past with this statewide tour of historic properties.

Warm up in Wine Country this winter

Got a case of the winter blues? Mount Magazine State Park and Arkansas's Wine Country have the cure.

Remember when: Crossett's Christmas Wonderland wins "The Great Christmas Light Fight"!

'Tis the season, so let's flashback to December 2015 when Crossett's Christmas Wonderland won the “The Great Christmas Light Fight!" And make sure to visit THIS holiday season!

View Trumpeter Swans in Heber Springs

Magness Lake, in Heber Springs, is a magnet for swans

Arkansas remembers Pearl Harbor

Central Arkansas venues have a full week of commemorative events planned

Learn about one of the wildest oil booms in history in Smackover

This small south Arkansas city was once one of the top oil producers in the nation.

Don’t Miss the Prairie Grove Battle Reenactment on Dec. 3 - 4

It only comes around every two years, so catch it this weekend while you can.

Lights, music...December!

December in the Arkansas Delta is a magical time. This month brings holiday music events and beautiful light displays, all guaranteed to get everyone in the holiday spirit.

Meet Jim and Barbara Larkin of Fox Pass Pottery

Fox Pass Pottery is located in a woodland setting nestled against Hot Springs National Park and features handmade pottery by Jim and Barbara Larkin.

Scavenge in SoMa on Small Business Saturday

What's better than an afternoon browsing your favorite boutiques for unique holiday gifts? Supporting small businesses while earning the chance to win prizes while you're at it!

Thinking outside this Black Friday

Looking for an "outside the big-box" option for the Thanksgiving weekend? We've got you covered.

Three of the best museum gift shops

These three museums in Northwest Arkansas have gift shops that are so nice in their offerings they could stand alone. But, it would be a shame to miss the museum part, so make time to do it all and then take home a piece of the experience.

The Sultana vs. the Titanic

Of course you've heard of the Titanic...but are you familiar with the Sultana? The sinking of the ship in April 1865 is still America's worst maritime disaster.

7 things you didn't know you could check out from the library

The secret is out—CALS offers several interesting items you might not stumble across in the catalog

Historic brew made in Hot Springs

Madden’s No.1 beer is brewed from the same recipe that was used by gangster Owney Madden during Prohibition.

Greenwood student named winner of "Write on. Ride off" essay contest

A contest co-sponsored by the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism and the Arkansas Department of Education awarded a $1,000 mountain bike package to high-school junior

Big River Crossing now open to bicyclists, runners and pedestrians

The Big River Crossing now connects West Memphis, Ark., to downtown Memphis. A major focus of the Big River Crossing is the “big river” itself, which visitors view from the nearly one-mile walkway built alongside the historic Harahan Bridge, one of the river’s former roadways. Opened in 1916, the Harahan Bridge connected West Memphis and Memphis and was used for over 30 years. The structure features two railways and two roadways built off the side of the main bridge structure.

Could your child be the next Picasso?

Submission period opens soon for Arts Center's young artists exhibition