Mackenzie Jobe looks like a normal, healthy Bentonville high school senior – big brown eyes, long brown hair, and a smile that lights up a room. But Mackenzie has something other seniors don’t – she lives with cystic fibrosis.
For many, the 20th century art movements that feature wall-size canvases covered with swaths of single colors of paint are difficult to understand, let alone put into context with the whole of art history.
The coming weeks will offer a diverse sampling of events in the Fort Smith area, including Clayton Conversations, Immaculate Conception's annual Spaghetti Dinner, the inaugural presentation of the U.S.
Northwest Arkansas isn't letting a little winter weather get in the way of a good time. The coming weeks will include "The Great Reveal" at Crystal Bridges, a Wig Out! event supporting cancer research, Soup Sunday, a SoNA concert, and the return of the Dig In! Food and Farming Festival.
Building or remodeling a home will become easier for area residents this weekend (Feb. 13, 14, and 15) with the opening of the 25th annual Northwest Arkansas Home Show at the Springdale Convention Center.
Northwest Arkansas will host a number of "colorful" events and special fundraisers in the coming weeks including the Go Red for Women Luncheon, the Eureka Springs Chocolate Lovers Festival, the Sheep Dog Charity Ball, the Black Hearts Ball, the "camo and couture"-themed Havenwood Angel Gala, The
Snowmen replaced penguins in Rogers on Saturday (Jan. 31) as an 11-year tradition, the Northwest Arkansas Mercy YMCA’s annual 5K fundraiser, Tux on the Run, got a new name and new activities by becoming the Frostbite Family 5K.
It was trip down the kitchens of memory lane for visitors of the Fort Smith Regional Art Museum on Thursday (Jan. 29) as the organization debuted its newest exhibition, "Apron Strings: Ties to the Past."
Much fun will be had in Northwest Arkansas as the region hosts a number of unique fundraisers and events in the coming weeks. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art will celebrate the art of crochet with a special "Art by the Glass" session.
More than 1,100 people “partied with a purpose” in the Fayetteville Town Center on Saturday (Jan. 24) at the 14th annual Paint the Town Red event that raised money for the American Heart Association (AHA).