This independent movie will have limited play in the Fort Smith area, so go see the Sundance winner while you can.
The Tuesday night event was a fundraiser and designed to motivate the political base for November.
Stockman says new business owners must step out of their comfort zone to be successful.
Creative apron designs and auctions help raise money for Donald W. Reynolds Cancer Support House programs.
Possibly attracted to the “sweet aroma” of death, Oscar the cat possessed an “extraordinary gift.”
The Fort Smith area has a decent restaurant scene, with much diversity and a few great spots to munch.
It’s a funny movie with the usual goofy stuff from Will Ferrell. It’s unfunny in that the movie lacks a decent plot.
The Van Buren event served 1,100 and raised more than $9,000.
Stockman offers a reminder that leadership is about seeking results above anything else.
After almost eight months of reviewing area restaurants, Adam comments on, “The Good, The Bad, and The Really Bad.”
It’s not a masterpiece, but Peter likes the way the movie investigates and portrays the wonders of life.
Stockman says well-intended but misguided advice from friends and family may hurt the small business owner.
Golf ball drops, Fayetteville garden excursions and ice cream socials are interesting parts of the August mix.
The Fort Smith Jaycees organized the race and proceeds benefitted the Fort Smith Boy’s Shelter.
The Van Buren eatery provides good and fresh food, but don’t be in a hurry and do be nice to the waitstaff.
The movie is decent, with Peter saying it occupies the middle ground between great and poor.
Tour of Fort Smith and Arkansas intended to show the economic development interaction between governments and business.
The United Way effort helps provides school supplies to children and families in need.
Market research with an attention to detail provides a greater chance of business success.
An illustrated children’s book about Bass Reeves also is a good book for adults.