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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…

Bottle Rocket Gallery Brings Controversial Art To NWA

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  By Terrah Baker Local artists Kat Wilson and Sarah Leflar were inspired by the small studio that stands in front of Leflar’s home on the outskirts of Fayetteville. Quaint and well-lit, with historical significance, they saw the studio hosting controversial traveling and local artists that could not be seen anywhere else in Northwest Arkansas….

Fall/Holiday Fashion Collaboration With Subtle Colors, Intimate Details

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By Terrah BakerWayne Bonnerbell of BonnerBell designs and Lauren Embree of Lauren Embree Jewelry will unveil their fall/holiday collections on Sept. 12 at the Wine Cellar in Fayetteville, which will highlight collaboration and independent work with a variety of classic and original designs, with inspiration varying from The Great Gatsby to Moroccan culture. Bonnerbell said…

Planting The Seeds Of The Future: An Interview With Chris Conrad

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  By Rita Baldini For centuries, industrial hemp (plant species Cannabis sativa) has been a source of fiber and oilseed manufactured worldwide for a variety of industrial and consumer products. Currently, more than 30 countries cultivate industrial hemp as an agricultural commodity, sold on the market all around the world. However, in the United States,…

Fun, Food, Fashion And Philanthropy: NWA Beyond Expectations

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By Terrah Baker When you first enter Fayetteville it seems like any other town. Fast food chains, slow food chains, a mall, banks, real estate, and everything that defines American civilization today. But look a little closer and the beauty, creativity and originality of Fayetteville, and Northwest Arkansas as a whole, begins to reveal itself….

Professors Seek Low Interest Rates For Students

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Nationally, over 1,000 professors signed the letter which was be featured in the Chronicle of Higher Education In the wake of the Senate’s vote on student loans, the Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC) is releasing a letter signed by over 1,000 professors from universities around the country telling Congress and Senator Boozman: pass Senator Warren’s…

The Fashion Blog Revolution

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It’s easy to see how quickly an industry changes over 10 years, especially in the makeup and styling business where trends change and evolve on almost a daily basis. But one of the biggest changes during my career has been how we communicate with our clients and fans. I entered the field long before social…

Gown Takes Town

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“The Hill skyrocketed from 16,035 total students to nearly 24,000…that’s a growth rate of 70 percent” “Parking decks, built for the convenience of students who commute have begun dominating the skyline as much as architectural gems like The Blair Library, Old Main, or Hillcrest Towers (if you’re into that) do.” U of A Expansion Makes…