“Gordon Family Tree,” a movie written by native Arkansan Ryan Schwartzman and primarily filmed in Northwest Arkansas held its sold-out Northwest Arkansas premiere Wednesday (May 22) at Razorback Theatre in Fayetteville.
This year's Wakarusa Music Festival is a milestone. It marks the 10th year of the event and the fifth year it's been held at Mulberry Mountain, after relocating from its original turf in Kansas. The festival runs May 30 through June 2.
Ladies in wide-brimmed hats and floral dresses clutch bottled Coca-Colas, laughing and chatting with each other underneath white peaked tents as men in bow ties strolled across crayola-green grass and a blues band accompanied them on stage.
More than 100 supporters of the Fort Smith Public Library Endowment gathered Thursday night (May 2) at Second Street Live in downtown Fort Smith for a special musical party that featured the Don Bailey Jazz Ensemble, Alexandra Salamone and Gary Hutchison and the Oreo Blue Trio.
More than 50 leaders of non-profits from the Fort Smith and northwest Arkansas areas came to a conference hosted by The City Wire on Wednesday (May 1) to learn about fundraising, branding and social media, among other skills.
A sea of bubble gum colored feather boas, Barbie pink shirts and pink hats made their way down the streets of Pinnacle Hills Promenade Mall Saturday morning (April 27) to raise awareness of breast cancer and contribute funds toward research for better medical treatment and an eventual cure.