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The Star Shopper was recently featured on Ozarks at Large! You can listen to the podcast here: Your browser does not support the audio element. or read the interview below! Kyle Kellams: “You can say this about the business terrain in Northwest Arkansas: it’s ever-changing. It takes at least two hands to count the long-time […]Read More
Northwest Arkansas visual artist Joelle Storet is having a moment, with two shows going on at the same time. One is at the Press Room on the Downtown Bentonville square. The other is at Fayetteville Underground, as part of an April exhibit called Artists of Color: Crossing Borders. She’s also a Tinkering Lead at the […]Read More
The Northwest Arkansas Jazz Society held its annual Jazz in Bloom event Sunday, April 24 at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks. The annual event is a celebration of Jazz Appreciation Month. The nine piece Fayetteville Jazz Collective performed under the big top on the garden patio, surrounded by flowers in full bloom. Beer and […]Read More
The Fayetteville Natural Heritage Association held its 2nd Annual Kessler Gala & Old-Tyme Medicine Show this past Sunday, April 24th. The event featured food and fiddle tunes at the Pratt Place Barn on West Markham Road. Fayetteville Mayor Lionel Jordan spoke about the importance of Earth Day and Mount Kessler. Northwest Arkansas Land Trust Executive Director Terri […]Read More
Saturday Night Live did a light-hearted tribute to Fayetteville, Arkansas and Southern rock, at the end of its latest episode. The song may be destined to become a Fayetteville classic. The skit, called “The Harkin Brothers”, aired as the closing bit to the show’s 41st season. The “Harkin Brothers Family Band” was played by Fred […]Read More
The Fayetteville Public Education Foundation held its 16th Annual Celebration of Excellence on Monday, April 25th. The event awards outstanding teachers and students. It took place at the Arkansas Air and Military Museum at Drake Field in Fayetteville. 65 teachers were recognized during the banquet. The foundation also awarded $186,533 in grants to schools and […]Read More
We have a SECOND update to our Definitive Guide to Pokémon Go Hotspots in Northwest Arkansas & the River Valley. Lots of people have been offering up new tips on where to find Pokestops, Gyms, and more! We’ve added the latest tips below. Latest News The UofA Police Department is warning people not to trespass at […]Read More
July was a big month for Fayetteville resident Kim Collom – she’s celebrating the release of her self-titled debut EP. The U of A graduate’s five-song album of Country music originals is currently available on iTunes. Kim had an Album Release Concert at the Garden Room on Dickson Street on Thursday, July 7th at 7:00 […]Read More
UPDATE: We’ve got even MORE gyms and pokestops listed in our follow-up article “More Pokemon Go Spots in Northwest Arkansas & the River Valley“. Plus, video of big Pokemon crowds in Fayetteville and how you can help a shelter dog while playing! The Pokémon Go craze has caught on like wildfire across the U.S., and Arkansas […]Read More