Arts & The Park

Hot Springs’ Second Annual Festival of the Arts blooms April 29 through May 8. Photography courtesy of the venues Above photo: Riley Art Glass Studio located in Hot Springs.   [dropcap]Hot[/dropcap] Springs celebrates the second annual Arts & The Park festival from April 29 through May 8 with an array of event choices for art…

Murder Mystery: If Justice is a Lady

Three Arkansas female murderers… Originally appeared in AY‘s March 2012 issue   WINONA GREEN Oct. 21, 1900 – Oct. 30, 1974 [dropcap]Shortly[/dropcap] after midnight Aug. 17, 1924, J.R. Green was shot to death as he walked home from the Little Rock railyard where he worked as a switchman. His murder went unsolved for several months…

This Spring Get Your Style On!

The neighborhoods of Arkansas are among the most beautiful scenery in the country – from towering Queen Anne turrets to the sweeping roof lines of Modern Prairie bungalows. Helping keep those homes looking ageless and energy-efficient is a specialty of the window and door experts at your local Pella Showroom. Let them help create the…

We can’t get enough of DJ Williams!

Come help DJ Williams and Mallory Brooks host Function at the Junction – a Bridge Party & Fun Walk to celebrate organ donation! Presented by Arora, Arkansas Regional Organ Recovery Agency. April 27, 2016 / 5:30-7:30pm at the Clinton Presidential Center Live music! Free refreshments! Free gifts! Food trucks! Kids Zone!  

Steak cook-off at the River Market!

The legendary PK Grills is hosting its first-ever steak cook-off on April 2 in the River Market Pavilion. This Steak Cookoff Association-sanctioned event starts at 10 a.m. and will feature live music and more. Competitors will prepare appetizers and steaks as they vie for prize packs of cash and ever-popular Yeti coolers. Want to join…

Murder Mystery: In All The Wrong Places

Linda “Lindy” Reynolds was a loving aunt and was looking forward to a visit by her sister’s children when she disappeared in 1982. Photographs courtesy of Nancy Reynolds / Originally appeared in AY‘s January 2012 issue   [dropcap]On[/dropcap] May 17, 1982, Linda “Lindy” Reynolds left a Fort Smith, Ark., restaurant called Banditos where she worked…

Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism releases Native American Heritage Guide

A new publication from the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism illuminates the history of Native Americans in the state. “Native American Heritage in Arkansas,” produced in collaboration with the Arkansas History Commission, the Department of Arkansas Heritage and other partners, provides information on Arkansas’s Native American heritage sites, the tribes most prevalent in Arkansas,…