By Elizabeth Robbins, photography courtesy of the Garland County Historical Society
Where did Hot Springs go for arts and entertainment long ago? The best of the early theaters was a hall (with a tin roof) above the fire station.
Story and photography by Corbet Deary.Those wishing to photograph lightning should be aware of the dangers that go along with this particular style of photography and should not take any chances that might lead to danger or even death.
Story by Corbet Deary, photography by Deary and courtesy of Arkansas Hunters Feeding the Hungry
We are blessed to live in a state that is bountiful with wildlife. In turn, hunting is a popular sport, and folks show up in our forests by the droves during dedicated hunting seasons.
Story by Lindsey Wells, photography by Richard Rasmussen and courtesy of Elizabeth Williams
Founded in 2015, the Women’s Leadership Council of Hot Spring strives to empower young girls and women through education.
By David Showers, photography by Mara Kuhn, Richard Rasmussen and submitted by Christopher Burrow
Kameron Hale lived a short life, but the generosity he filled it with lives on through the good works of the eponymous foundation started after his death.
Story by Lindsey Wells, photography by Mara Kuhn
The only water and theme park in this region, award-winning Magic Springs and Crystal Falls, is celebrating 38 years of business on July 22 and shows no signs of slowing down now.
Story by Lindsey Wells, photography courtesy of The Floor Store
Hot Springs on the go! is a lifestyle magazine that celebrates the Spa City and all it has to offer. Each issue spotlights extraordinary citizens and exciting events happening in the area. Monthly features include Hot Springs history, the art scene, local restaurants, travel, outdoors, home design, fashion, weddings and events.