Love is in the air, and there are plenty of ways to celebrate with red carpets, romantic music and of course, endless chocolate. Or, forgo the lovey-dovey holiday and head over to the Black Hearts Ball for an "anti-Valentine" bash.
The Boys and Girls Club of Benton County held its annual Texas Hold’em Tournament, sponsored by Unilever, on Saturday (Jan. 25), at the Avondale Chapel and Gardens in Bentonville. 116 card players participated in the 8th annual event.
Classical music fans filled the Arkansas Best Corporation Performing Arts Center on Saturday (Jan. 25) to hear the Fort Smith Symphony showcase the legendary work of Mozart and Beethoven at its "Fascinating Rhythms" Concert.
Ozark Guidance held its fourth annual Walk a Mile in My Shoes sale at Arvest Ballpark in Springdale Friday and Saturday (Jan. 24 and 25). The sale, which benefits, Ozark Guidance, was open to the public.
Red was the color of the evening as a thousand people packed Fayetteville Town Center Saturday (Jan. 25) to attend the 13th annual Paint the Town Red event that raises money for the American Heart Association.
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art on Wednesday (Jan. 15) hosted Kris Moon, Director of Strategic Partnerships for the James Beard Foundation in New York, to attend a lunch highlighting regional cuisine.
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art hosted Sarah Greenough, senior curator of Photographs at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. for a special lecture on legendary art couple, Alfred Stieglitz and Georgia O’Keeffe.
With temperatures dipping below freezing a couple of days ago, the weather warmed up to the low 40s which made for a nice, cool morning for the fourth annual Polar Bear Walk on Saturday (Jan. 11). The event was held at Creekmore Park in Fort Smith.