This week in North Little Rock (11.1.2021)

Things to do this week in North Little Rock (as of 10.25.21) *denotes FREE admission Full calendar of events: Argenta Community Theater will be performing The Sound of Music from November 3 until November 21. Thursday, November 4 *8a–7:30p | The Old Mill at T. R. Pugh Memorial Park (3800 Lakeshore Dr.) *9a–4p | […]

November 01: A Letter From NATJA’s CEO

Greetings! Wherever you are in the world, we hope that you are enjoying the change in season. There is a crispness in the air that is so wonderfully refreshing after the hot summer months. The change of pace is quite replenishing as well, especially as we move into the holiday season. It’s an exciting time […]

2021 November Featured Destination of the Month: Visit Galveston

Visit Galveston is the official destination marketing organization for Galveston Island, Texas, and is accredited by Destinations International. Galveston may be best known for its 32 miles of sandy beaches, but there’s far more to experience in this historic beach destination! Galveston, Texas is a charming Southern retreat just 50 miles from Houston. It’s a […]

2021 November Featured Journalist of the Month: Fyllis Hockman

Fyllis Hockman is an award-winning travel journalist who has been traveling and writing for over 25 years — and is still as eager for the next trip as she was for the first. Her articles appear in newspapers across the country and websites across the internet. She has won multiple first and second place awards […]

2021 November Featured Journalist of the Month: Victor Block

Victor chaired the Freelance Council and served on the Board of Directors, was Co-editor of The Travel Writer for 10 years (when it was a monthly print publication mailed to members), and won a President’s Cup in 1990 “For meritorious service to SATW.” Victor’s travel features are distributed by two national syndicates to about 100 […]

Awards Competition Deadline Extended!

Great News! You now have more time to submit to the 30th Annual NATJA Awards Competition! Submit your travel or destination marketing content for the chance to be recognized for your work! Entries must be submitted online by Monday, November 15th! For guidelines, categories and the entry form go to

This week in North Little Rock (10.25.2021)

Here is what is going on in North Little Rock this week! There are plenty of ways to celebrate Halloween this weekend with events like RTRO Halloween Sunset Float, Monster Bash 2021, Fright Night in Argenta, and many others around town.  Things to do this week in North Little Rock (as of 10.25.21) *denotes FREE […]

2021 NATJA Membership Drive

You’re invited to sponsor a qualified travel journalist and get 50% off on your NATJA membership renewal! Sponsor 2 new members and get a full year of complimentary dues! New members that join by November 15th receive one complimentary entry into the 30th Annual NATJA Awards Competition! Send your referrals to for all the details. Make […]

Travel Expert Rick Steves Enjoys Arts & Culture at the Top Northwest Corner of His Home State of Washington in New Video Episode

Visit Bellingham | Whatcom County announces the release of the third of three video segments hosted by Rick Steves which feature his explorations of Whatcom County, Washington. Episode three, “Arts & Culture,” shows Steves exploring the Fairhaven and Downtown Arts Districts of Bellingham, touring exhibits, and even soaking up some historic maritime culture in the […]

War Memorial Stadium Prepares for Historic Arkansas Football Matchup

Arkansas Tourism

Arkansas’s Capital City hosts University of Arkansas Razorbacks and University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Golden Lions for First-Ever Match LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (October 18, 2021) – On Saturday, October 23, Little Rock’s War Memorial Stadium will be the site of a historic showdown between the University of Arkansas (U of A) Razorbacks and the University of […]

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