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Things to do in Eureka Springs

Blue Springs Heritage Center If you travel toward the outskirts of Eureka Springs, you can find a Heritage Center focused on the Cherokee from the Trial of Tears. The Native Americans camped out next to the natural springs which produces beautiful blue water. Not many people know about this place tucked away into the mountains.… Continue reading Things to do in Eureka Springs

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25 Tips for Bonnaroo First-Timers

Totems are essential. Make sure it lights up for nighttime. This is how your group will stick together in large crowds and be able to find one another if someone wanders off. Take advantage of the free stuff such as: State Farm, Subway, and the. Jesus Tent Take toilet paper or wipes to the port-… Continue reading 25 Tips for Bonnaroo First-Timers

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Bonnaroo: 8 Things to Know Before You Go

Bonnaroo was an amazing experience. I was so blessed with the opportunity to experience the land that never sleeps. Where long lines are filled with high fives and smiles. The farm is a place people can be themselves without judgment while listening to fantastic music. Since this was my first time, here are some lessons… Continue reading Bonnaroo: 8 Things to Know Before You Go

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Why Bonnaroo?

This year is my first time attending Bonnaroo. As excited as I was, the whole four day camping thing made me a tad nervous. Thankfully, I went with Bonnaroo veterans who gave me the layout. Despite the four day camping and only high-priced showers, festival goers fall in love with Bonnaroo. Many talk about it… Continue reading Why Bonnaroo?

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Riverfest: Festivals of Arkansas 

I'm embarrassed to say this was my first year going to Riverfest, but I'm so glad I did!! Located on the Riverfront, Riverfest radiates an atmosphere of peace and chill vibes. People sit wherever they can find a spot, but without sacrificing the view. With the Arkansas river and Junction Bridge in the background, it… Continue reading Riverfest: Festivals of Arkansas 

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Greek Food Festival: Festivals of Arkansas

Even with the rain, my second time going to the annual Arkansas Greek Food Festival was a success! For those of you who haven't gone, you are missing out! Located at the Greek Orthodox Church in Little Rock, Arkansas this festival celebrates Greek heritage and more! Mark it on your calendars around the month of… Continue reading Greek Food Festival: Festivals of Arkansas

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Easy Ways to Help Conserve the Environment-Lord Knows We Need It

During the month of April, taking care of the Earth is widely discussed. By now, you will have already forgotten all about it. I would like to remind everyone that the environment is important. Why you ask? Our government has made many bills and policies lately that show the environment is not on the list… Continue reading Easy Ways to Help Conserve the Environment-Lord Knows We Need It

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Places to Visit in Memphis 

I haven't visited Memphis as often as one would expect, considering it's a short drive away. Lately, I've been exploring what Memphis has to offer (besides Beale Street). The Rumba Room If you appreciate Latin American dancing and want to learn how to sweep someone off their feet, this nightclub is for you! Fridays consists… Continue reading Places to Visit in Memphis 

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My Top Netflix Documentaries to Watch

New Year, New You! There's something amazing about fresh starts. The idea that no matter where you are in life, You can make yourself into a "better" You. I think part of being "better" is becoming more knowledgeable on issues and taking action with our knowledge. One of my favorite ways is to watch documentaries. … Continue reading My Top Netflix Documentaries to Watch

Arkansas, Journal

The Other Side of the Tunnel: Northwest, AR

The cities of Fayetteville, Rodgers, Bentonville, and Springdale make up NorthWest Arkansas and accounts for most of Arkansas's population. In order to enter Razorback Territory, you have to drive through a tunnel; when you emerge, everything is different. I've lived in Arkansas my whole life, but I've only visited this area for school and church… Continue reading The Other Side of the Tunnel: Northwest, AR