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BBQ food truck parks in Fayetteville

Alex Golden The Yaght Club on College Avenue in Fayetteville that many food trucks and other pop-up businesses have called home has added a BBQ truck — or, rather, bus

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Culinary History

Speaker shares important stories through food JOCELYN MURPHY jmurphy@nwadg.com How do you begin to tell the history of a people within a medium where they have been ignored, discarded and

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All The Fixin’s

BBQ — The Hive way In the dog days of a Southern summer, few things speak to the soul the way traditional Southern food does. The food that families gather

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Downtown Digs

ONF plans move to former IGA location STACY RYBURN sryburn@nwadg.com Downtown-area shoppers and organic foods enthusiasts will again be able to get their groceries from the corner of North College

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Take A ‘BITE’ Of NWA

Culinary appetite expands event to three days LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com BITE NWA — a celebration of the culinary wonders that can be found both in and outside of Northwest

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Live, Eat, Create

Brightwater blends ingredients for new series LARA JO HIGHTOWER lhightower@nwadg.com On June 7, Brightwater: A Center for the Study of Food will launch a bold new experience with its Brightwater

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BBQ And Beer: Chef Bill Kim visits Brightwater

Brightwater: A Center for the Study of Food will host an evening of BBQ and Beer on April 30. The event, from 6:30 to 8 p.m., will feature Chef Bill

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Rising To The Challenge

If Martin Philip hadn’t lived it, he might not believe his own story, he admits, laughing. How does a small-town singer end up at the Oberlin Conservatory? How does that

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Lowell Dickey’s open again

The Dickey’s at 105 S. Dixieland Road reopened thanks to a new franchise owner. The Dickey’s in Rogers, Fayetteville and Lowell closed in mid-January. The previous franchise owner is no

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Siloam Spring’s Cafe on Broadway gets new owners

The Cafe on Broadway changed hands last month and the new owners are excited to continue its downtown legacy. Melissa Gute, the Bentonville city reporter for the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette,