Rock Town

Rock Town Celebrates 9 Years with a Blowout Bash

In nine short years, Rock Town Distillery has become an Arkansas classic. As the state’s first legal distillery, a certain amount of fame was inevitable, but founder and head distiller Phil Brandon has carefully charted the company’s course, winning awards and admirers for its bourbons, whiskeys and vodkas. And the company is still going strong.…

summer

Summer at Crystal Bridges: Art, Nature, Color & More

Summer at Crystal Bridges: Art, Nature, Color & More This summer, Crystal Bridges invites you to explore indoor and outdoor exhibitions, art, sculpture, concerts, and more that will engage all your senses and inspire you to explore the natural world. Discover two special exhibitions Nature’s Nation: American Art and Environment: Similar to the mission of…

bluegrass

Get a Little Bluegrass in Your Soul

Need a little rhythm in your soul? Next Monday, make the trip to Paragould for a healthy dose of down-home bluegrass to cure what ails you. On Monday, June 24, the award-winning bluegrass band the Farm Hands will perform at the Collins Theatre in downtown Paragould. The concert, part of the Bluegrass Monday concert series…

Hogs

Hogs to Take on Ole Miss in Super Regionals

The Arkansas Razorback baseball team (44-17) capped off a sweep of the Fayetteville Regional with a win over TCU late Sunday night. The No. 5 ranked team in the country will host SEC rival, 12-seed Ole Miss (40-25) in a best of three Super Regional at Baum-Walker Stadium beginning this Saturday. The weekend marks Arkansas’…

baseball

Two Razorback Baseball Players Picked in MLB Draft

Two Arkansas Razorback baseball players were snapped up in the 2019 Major League Baseball (MLB) First-Year Player Draft on Monday night. Isaiah Campbell, a junior right-handed pitcher, and Dominic Fletcher, a junior outfielder, were picked back-to-back in Competitive Balance Round B. Fletcher was the 75th overall pick, selected by the Arizona Diamondbacks, while Campbell was picked…