Rock Town Distillery Moves to SoMa

Rock Town Distillery, the first legal distillery in Arkansas since prohibition, is moving from East  Village to the South Main District. The move came as a result of needing more space. “We were in a 15,000 square foot building and we were running out of room. This building became available and its 10,000 square feet…

The Anne Frank Tree

Zoie Clift, travel writer Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism The Anne Frank Tree, an outdoor installation on the grounds of the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, is helping tell the complex history of human rights in Arkansas. The exhibit features a young chestnut tree surrounded by five framed, etched glass panels. The tree…

A Tale of Two Cities… Sort Of

by Curtis Lanning Arkansas and Texas have a number of rivalries in football, cheese dip, etc. But there’s one thing they share: Texarkana. Though technically two cities, the shared area sits right on the Arkansas and Texas border in the far southwest corner of The Natural State. For Texarkana, two cities doesn’t mean anything is…

PopUp in the Rock: Stifft Station

PopUp in the Rock is an annual project that demonstrates the potential of Little Rock Metro’s underutilized areas. PopUp in the Rock has a new goal for 2018: knit together the neighborhoods of Capitol View/Stifft Station and Hillcrest at the intersection of Markham and Kavanaugh. This year, Create Little Rock and Studio MAIN have come…

Spoil Yourself in the Unspoiled Blanchard Springs Cavern

Jill Rohrbach, travel writer Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism Unspoiled cave formations, crystal clear streams, large flowing spring (12,000 gallons per minute), small lake, scenic trails, picturesque bluffs, fishing, campground, hiking and biking trails, picnic grounds, and swim areas. Blanchard Springs Cavern sounds like the perfect vacation location to me. Discovered in 1963, Blanchard Springs…