The coming weeks will feature fashion, festivals and a "fresh" luncheon, as NWA hosts the Fayetteville Style Show, the "Artosphere" Celebration, "S" Fest, Fayetteville's "Find it Fresh" Luncheon, and more.
The two most important phrases used in leadership are not delegation and profit margins but rather “please” and “thank you,” according to Don Soderquist, retired chief operations officer of Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
A sea of nearly 1,000 people gathered on Saturday (May 10) evening for the annual Cape Cod-inspired Heart Ball. Benefitting the American Heart Association, the event exuded beach elegance while raising funds and awareness to help battle the nation's number one killer, heart disease.
It was a perfect spring morning for a run around the park, which is exactly what more than 100 Boys and Girls Club of Van Buren supporters did on Saturday (May 3) as they took part in the second annual "Life's an uphill RUN!" 5K event.
The 12th annual A Night in the Caribbean fundraiser for the Gregory Kistler Treatment Center was held Saturday, May 3, at Golden Living, with approximately 275 guests attending an evening of bidding, dancing and celebrating the center.
Northwest Arkansas has something to offer everyone in May, with local events ranging from a Construction Bash and Touch-a-Truck festival, to the always elegant Heart Ball and the Taste of Opera season opener.
It was a perfect ladies luncheon on Wednesday (April 23) afternoon, as more than 100 women gathered for the second annual Divas, Diamonds and Decadence event at the Fianna Hills Country Club in Fort Smith.
April is shaping up to be a colorful month. Folks in the Fort Smith Region can get their greens at the Alma Spinach Festival, search for eggs of every color at the Mayor's Easter Egg Hunt, lunch and learn at Reveal the Teal, enjoy some blues at Music on Main Street, and much more.