Becoming Arkansas

200 years after Arkansas became a territory, Historic Arkansas Museum preserves and shares its history.

If you’re driving or walking down a certain block of downtown Little Rock at just the right time, it’s possible to look over a fence and see a hatchet flying through the air. Thrown expertly by a man dressed in

Becoming Arkansas-A Celebration of Arkansas’ Territorial Bicentennial

The 2019 Candlelight Gala will be held on Saturday, Oct. 5, on the ground of Historic Arkansas Museum in downtown Little Rock. This tented fete is hosted by the Historic Arkansas Museum Foundation Board of Directors and will raise money for the museum’s Future of History Fund. The Future of History Fund supports programs and

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Artist George Dombek hosts open house at his Goshen art studio.

Once each year, renowned artist George Dombek opens his Goshen-based studio near Fayetteville to the public to showcase his work, including his latest creations. This year, his open studio will take place May 18-19 and May 25-27. In October 2015, Arkansas Living featured Dombek

Vietnam memorial making Memorial Day even more memorable

At 375 feet long, The Wall That Heals, a three-quarter-scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., is made of solid synthetic granite. Yet, it has a way of making hearts soft. Vietnam veteran Kenny Wright of Paragould has visited the touring Wall — etched with the names of more than 58,000 Americans