Monthly Archives: September 2013

Local Food Becomes First From State Recognized in U.S. Competition

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Help The Greenhouse Grille Compete In The Top Five By Voting Today Staff Report Greenhouse Grille in Fayetteville is competing in the U.S. Foods “Next Top Product” contest. From thousands of product entries nationwide, Greenhouse Grille’s Black Bean Burger Slider has made it to the final 55 products, becoming the first restaurant from Arkansas to…

Bikes, Blues BBQ Stays True To New-Age Motorcycle Culture

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“A lot of people have stereotypical images of what a biker is. A lot of that is perpetuated by television and movies like ‘Sons of Anarchy.’ That’s not really the majority of people who ride motorcycles. You’re looking at people now who are business professionals, people who have other things they do but are motorcycle…

1,400+ Students Get Free TheatreSquared Experience

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  Staff Report More than 1,400 students in Northwest Arkansas schools will get the chance to attend a free TheatreSquared production as part of a research project at the University of Arkansas. Jay Greene, a professor of education reform, is paying for the tickets with funds from the endowed chair he holds in the College…

Gain Cultural And Entertaining Experience, For One Low Price

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  Staff Report Back for the fourth straight year, the 10×10 Arts Series lives up to expectations of years past by combining great shows with interactive pre- and post-show activities, get-togethers and conversations. This series gives culture seekers of every background and circumstance easy access to an experience unlike any other, for a low price….

West On The West

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By Robert Laurence In the past year, the Ozarks Poets and Writers Collective has presented as Featured Writers two short-story writers, three memoirists, two poets, a novelist and two playwrights, plus an eclectic group of writers from Fayetteville High. What’s missing? Elliott West, professor of history at the University of Arkansas, will fill the gap…