One of our greatest, and long-standing fall traditions, continues on this week, with the Four States Fair Livestock Shows.
Friday, September 14th will be a perfect time to learn more about Texarkana’s history, in a paranormal sort of way, at the Haunted Texarkana Ghost Walk.
Here lately, I have been all about the “Smell-Good.” What does that mean, you ask? It means that I have been using tons of candles and essential oils. Essential oils are really popular in
There’s nothing very deep about this post. I just thought that a couple of squirrels messing around with a carved jack-o-lantern is amusing.
We’ve all seen the varieties of Oreos in the supermarket, lately. White Chocolate…Fudge-Dipped…those are kind of ordinary Oreos, anymore. So, M & M’s came up with a new twist on our favorite ‘melts in
Everyone knows that All Hollows Eve (Halloween), is on October 31, but what you may not know is that tomorrow (October 26) is the first-ever National Trick or Treat Day. National Trick or Treat
Remember Picture Day? And how the parental units made sure you didn’t leave the house looking like a dork? Parents in Maine did just the opposite. This brave set of parents dared their 4th
The National Retail Federation estimates that Americans will spend approximately $490 million on costumes and accessories to dress their pets for Halloween this year.
Saturday, October 26, at Circle J Cowboy Church, Blackmon Ferry Road, Texarkana, AR, 4:00–7:00 PM. Hay rides, bounce house, pony rides, food, face painting, and family fun.
At Finish Line Motors, Arkansas Boulevard, with several other businesses on hand, with decorations, goodie bags, candy, as you drive through…6:00–8:00 PM, Halloween night.