The Hot Springs Opera House

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

Frenchie’s New Orleans Cafe

By Brad Hudgens, photography courtesy of Frenchie’s New Orleans Cafe 7:40 p.m. … The weatherman keeps saying it’s cooler than it feels.

Hot Springs Summerfest

By Steven Mross, photography courtesy of the Hot Springs Jazz Society   It isn’t known if they plan to kiss, but two musical cousins will be joining forces this Labor Day holi

‘A STAARR is Born’

By Steven Mross, photography courtesy of STAARR Hot Springs is a long way in space and time from Hollywood in the Roaring ’20s, but the founder of the former Committed to Freedom m

Presidential Guests

By Elizabeth Robbins, photography courtesy of the Garland County Historical Society On a scorching June 10, 1936, the largest crowd up to that time in Hot Springs history massed at

Deluca’s Pizzeria

By Brad Hudgens, photography by Richard Rasmussen 8:28 p.m. … Sitting out on my deck.

Hot Springs Craft Beer Festival

By Steven Mross, photography courtesy of Rob Pratt Adding to the ever-growing list of annual Hot Springs events is the Hot Springs Craft Beer Festival, which is ready to start the

Working in Garland County

By Elizabeth Robbins, photography courtesy of the Garland County Historical Society There is a long tradition of selfless work for others in Garland County.

Upcycle Sculpture Festival

By Steven MrossPhotography by Richard Rasmussen The old saying “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure” could easily be the theme for the Upcycle Sculpture Festival sponsored by