Virtual Craft Village Showcase at Ozark Folk Center State Park

(MOUNTAIN VIEW, Ark.) – Ozark Folk Center State Park is holding a virtual craft showcase on our Facebook page Oct. 5-16, 2020. Craft Village artisans share videos of their shops, their creative processes, and the items they make and sell. The Craft Village is a community of working artisans whose work honors the Ozark craftspeople of the past, […]

Autumn

Dear Autumn: On behalf of all of us in Orange County, North Carolina, including the towns of Chapel Hill, Carrboro, and Hillsborough – thank you. Thank you for being autumn. Others may seek to claim you, to boast that your beauty is greater there than it is here. But they would be wrong. In Autumn […]

Start camping in Arkansas

Camping is a wonderful way to enjoy Arkansas’s natural beauty. The views, fresh air and nighttime under the stars can revive the mind and refresh the spirit. Plenty of opportunities to pitch a tent can be found across the wide range of topography found here. Arkansas is home to mountains, lakes, rivers, forests and prairies, […]

Fall in Love with Colorful Columbia This Fall

Columbia, Mo. – Mid-Missouri in the fall is a breathtaking sight. The state’s hardwoods put on a colorful show providing visitors many great vantage points and fun ways to take in the splendor of the season during a getaway to Columbia. “Fall is definitely my favorite season, and the opportunities that Columbia offers during this time […]

State of Yucatán: Two Years of Sustained Growth in Tourism

MÉRIDA, Yucatán — Oct. 5, 2020 — Increases in air connectivity and visitor arrivals, support for tourism infrastructure and product development, the creation of health and safety protocols, and several accolades and recognitions — all are the direct result of the first two years of Governor Mauricio Vila Dosal and his administration, working with the Ministry […]

Parks Veteran Named New Region 3 Supervisor

(LITTLE ROCK, Ark.) – Arkansas State Parks now has a new Region 3 supervisor to oversee the operations and management of 13 parks in eastern Arkansas. John Stewart has worked at other state parks for the last 13 years and has been the acting Region 3 co-supervisor for the past three months.  “There are many […]

San Miguel de Allende is the ‘Best Small City in the World’

San Miguel de Allende is the ‘Best Small City in the World’ According to Condé Nast Traveler’s 2020 Readers’ Choice Award: ‘The Heart of Mexico’ returns to RCA as one of only two Mexican destinations to be included in the World’s Best Cities as Ranked by Travelers SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE, Mexico — Oct. 6, 2020 — San […]

A Dynamic Man

The Dynamic Decade It’s possible that you’ve never heard of Bruce Runberg, but if you live in Chapel Hill you’re surrounded by his accomplishments. And you’re going to see more of them, soon. In The Dynamic Decade, a book written by UNC insiders Dave Godschalk and Jonathan Howes, the pair detail the sweeping makeover of the […]

October 1: A Letter from NATJA’s CEO

Happy Fall! It’s time for the 29th Annual NATJA Awards Competition! This year we have consolidated many of the categories due to the decline of printing and expansion of online publications. Our Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility (DEIA) Committee recommended several categories that are inclusive of this initiative. Additionally, in consideration of the pandemic and […]

October ‘Discover Arkansas’ Now Online

The October edition of “Discover Arkansas” is now available at www.arkansas.com/discover-arkansas. Published by Arkansas Tourism, the monthly digital publication highlights events, activities and trip ideas in The Natural State.  The crisp, cool mornings are returning to Arkansas and that can only mean one thing – fall colors are on the way! This month’s edition is all […]

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