The movie is funny and contains much comedic talent, but Peter says it falls flat with respect to being good cinema.
A recent study finds that women entrepreneurs often need more personal encouragement.
Unusual heat and Saturday storm not enough to keep the crowds away.
An “insectigation” was part of the 14th annual Mount Magazine International Butterfly Festival.
It’s a play within a novel that includes a few descriptively intense love scenes.
Although the fried dill pickle slices were addictive, Rick’s overall food quality garners one of Adam’s lowest ratings to date.
The gaggle of toys scores well with Peter, who wonders why animated movies are so much better than live-action cinema.
The concept seeks to challenge the notion of a business having an “average” customer.
The Fort Smith Classic event helps raise funds for Susan G. Komen and the Donald W. Reynolds Cancer Support House.
Tom gets more specific about costs and items to consider about technologies to use and/or avoid in the process.
Charlie Daniels’ concert was part of the Fort Smith Classic — a PGA Tour event at Hardscrabble Country Club.
The fundraiser for KUAF 91.3 FM was held at Second Street Live! in downtown Fort Smith.
The prices are a little high but the quality and amount of food more than covers the cost.
The Art of Southern Culture should include respect for a sport invented in Scotland by folks who loved their whiskey.
Stockman says business owners often fail to consider protecting their corporate symbols and distinctive phrases.
The author sets the reader up for a big fall, with the second half of the book devoted to the aftermath.
The events and rides in the Van Buren area all helped to raise money for Bikers Against Child Abuse.
The event celebrates and commemorates the official freeing of all slaves in America on June 19, 1865.
The coalition helps defray the spay and neuter costs for thousands of area pets.
Adam is not crazy about the food, but he says the restaurant does allow you to create a monster of a meal.