Lee and Linda Scott have spent more than 30 years in Northwest Arkansas, and they have no doubts about the benefits the Amazeum, formerly known as The Children’s Museum of Northwest Arkansas, will bring to the region.
Fort Smith-based Trinity Junior High school held Taste of Trinity on Saturday (Nov. 16) to give everyone a taste from all the cultures attending the school. There was something for everyone with foods including Cajun, Asian, Hispanic, German, Cuban, and everything in between.
First Tee of Fort Smith held a Texas hold’em poker tournament Saturday night (Nov. 2) at the Knights of Columbus in Fort Smith. The event managed to attract 40 players, exactly enough to fill five tables of eight players each.
Nearly 200 Artinfusion members and guests enjoyed a night of entertainment, music and spooky art history at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art Saturday (Oct. 25) during one of the affinity group’s annual activities.
The mere mention of the word cancer is enough to make anyone shudder. It immediately evokes fears of chemo, radiation, and an uncertain future. Patients and their families are too often overwhelmed by a test abnormality or disease diagnosis to even know where to go from there.