Maryl Koeth’s office is located inside the 100-year-old plus historic train station in downtown Van Buren. Koeth is a strikingly attractive, fashionably dressed, professional woman, and at first one might think she is totally out of place in such an old fashioned setting.
Barefoot children frolicked among picnic blankets and lawn chairs at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks (BGO) Tuesday (Aug. 25) as more than 400 people gathered on an usually cool summer evening to listen to the music of Still on the Hill, at the second of three free summer concerts.
More than 130 shiny, pristine Corvettes in a rainbow of colors, and from different car generations, lined the parking area between the shops of Pinnacle Hills Promenade Mall on Saturday (August 22) at the 19th annual Summer’s End Corvette Car Show, put on by the
The Unexpected Project on Thursday (Aug. 13) announced eight popular international urban and street artists for the line up of the inaugural Festival of Murals set for Sept. 3-12 in downtown Fort Smith. The artists range in geography includes from Ireland to Belgium to Brazil.
If great live music is religion, then more than 3,500 people gathered for some church at the inaugural Peacemaker Music & Arts Festival with rising music superstar Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit closing out the service with a rousing and
Laleh Amirmoez, architect, owner and president of Fayetteville-based AFHJ Architects, wife and mother is always eager to talk about her childhood in Iran, her move to the U.S., her path to an exciting career, her family and her involvement in her community.
Men from all over Benton County traded their running shoes for high heels on Saturday (July 18) at the Bentonville High School track and ran in a relay aimed at raising awareness about domestic violence and sexual assault.
There was something in the air at The Amp in Rogers on Thursday (June 25), and it smelled delicious. The first annual Northwest Arkansas Food Festival kicked off with 1,000 guests sampling dishes and drinks from more than 35 area restaurants and businesses.
The University of Arkansas at Fort Smith’s 35th annual Season of Entertainment will feature concerts by a Grammy Award-winning musician and a Tony Award-winning actress, two classic musicals, and a lineup of theatrical and musical productions by UAFS students and faculty members.
Beautiful flowers, interesting art and delicious food and drinks made for the perfect evening for the 300 guests at Moonflowers and Mojitos at the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks in Fayetteville on Tuesday (June 16).