The musicians are frozen on stage, with two stranded violinists standing in front. One turns her back to the audience, lifts her bow and inhales quickly. As her bow strikes, it does so with the force of cellos behind it.
Fayetteville is quickly growing into a destination arts location and perhaps the best example of that is the growing popularity of First Thursday Fayetteville, a monthly festival celebrating art in all its forms: paintings, cloth
A new arts festival managed by the Spring Creek Arts Association and designed to include children and students “from Fort Smith to Eureka Springs to Bentonville” was unveiled Wednesday (July 31) during a presentation at the Jones Center in
When the fall semester gets underway in August, Charles Ruiz will have enjoyed a summer of fishing, canoeing and hiking. But that’s not all. He’s also spent time making life brighter for children with cancer.
Bright yellow buses were parked at Walmart stores throughout the Fort Smith area on Friday and Saturday (July 26-27) for United Way of Fort Smith Area's ninth annual "Stuff the Bus" school supply drive.
A celebration of the wine and grape industry is set to tickle taste buds Friday and Saturday (July 26 and 27) in Altus, Ark. The 30th Annual Altus Grape Festival, located at the Altus City Park, is perfect for aficionados of wine as well as for fans of outdoor concerts, food and crafts.
The Belle Grove Historic District walking tour conducted by the Clayton House covers 22 blocks of Victorian Era home construction. The tour shows the grandeur of the architecture of some of Fort Smith's wealthy and elite at the turn of the mid to late 19th century and early 20th century.
Fayetteville’s horse racing may not be flashy. You may not feel the rushed block of air wafting off the course and pushing your hat off your perspiring brow, or the sun making its way to your skin, but it’s here and it has a distinct purpose.
Burl Ives, American flags, the Fayetteville square, a barnyard. Over the years, one company has been collecting these iconic souvenirs of life in the states and in the Ozarks, and this week, 60 people took a break from their workday to get a brief tour through it all.
A performance by a well-known singer and actress and musicals that span stories from the 17th century to modern day make up the list of touring events in Season of Entertainment 33, the annual entertainment extravaganza sponsored by the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith.
The Girls Inc. of Fort Smith “Women of Vision” 2013 luncheon was held on Thursday (June 26) with about 300 program supporters attending to hear guest speaker Crosby Cromwell talk about her work with the Wal-Mart Foundation.