The iconic painting by Norman Rockwell is a part of the permanent collection at Crystal Bridges Museum in Bentonville.
It's spring time in the Natural State and with it comes an exciting lineup of events in Little Rock!
Breaking News and News Documentary coverage of the April 2014 killer tornado outbreak recognized.
Grab your prehistoric passport to Pangea and discover how continental splits driven by plate tectonics, land bridges revealed after sea level fluctuations, and new landforms created by volcanic activity allowed dinosaurs to disperse to all corners of the globe.
The band is bringing its two year final tour "All Bad Things Must Come to an End" to Verizon Arena on October 8.
The 9th annual event is May 11-17.
It's a new offering in an old space.
Tickets will go on sale April 24 at 10:00 a.m. and prices start at $35.
The annual event is June 4-7 at Mulberry Mountain in Ozark (Franklin County).
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Admission is $19.99 each weekend through May 3.
Inaugural event at War Memorial Stadium raises money for programs that benefit children, hunger relief, health and education.
The award-winning comedian brings his WHAT NOW? TOUR to Arkansas on April 10.
Tickets go on sale April 17 at noon.
It's going on from May 1 to July 31 on Lakes Hamilton and Catherine.
Dedication ceremony in Washington, DC Tuesday attended by First Lady Michelle Obama, Oprah Winfrey. The noted author, poet, actress, and champion of civil rights lived in Arkansas for 10 years during her childhood.
The entertainers made guest appearances at the event, with actress Vivica A. Fox servingas one of the show's hosts.
It's the title of a short film made by a Little Rock high school student. He hopes it will help people cope with death.
Rock band to bring "The Purple Tour" to Arkansas. Tickets go on sale April 10.
All entertainment is free and will take place on the McDonald’s/Crain Kia Main Stage in Simon Park.