Articles in Community News

'Percy Jackson' Sparks Magic: Larger than life show returns to heart of theater

by Jocelyn Murphy on

Fayetteville will be the very first city outside of New York to experience the magic, adventure and electricity of "The Lightning Thief."... Read full article

Rogers Historical Museum pulls out of the station

by Becca Martin-Brown on

The story goes beyond just finding a bigger and better location for the Rogers Historical Museum.... Read full article

Corridor would change Fayetteville cityscape

by Lara Jo Hightower on

The city of Fayetteville is in the middle of plotting a special project that will run from Dickson Street to Prairie Street -- a project that has the potential to radically change the cityscape.... Read full article

Mountain biking takes over Northwest Arkansas

by Chip Souza on

The mountain biking community of the region has grown impressively over the past three to five years, but in 2018, the sport and its economic and social impacts on the area simply exploded.... Read full article

Museums offer respite for the visiting and the bored

by Becca Martin-Brown on

Northwest Arkansas enjoys museums that collect and interpret art, history, politics, retail and more. Here are some things that might be fun for kids out of school or visitors in town for the holidays.... Read full article

A Momentary Update: People and plans coming together in Bentonville

by Lara Jo Hightower on

The Momentary -- Bentonville's innovative new contemporary arts venue -- continues to hurtle toward its early 2020 opening date, with new developments occurring frequently.... Read full article

Families Make Memories At Wonderland Tree Farm

by Annette Beard on

"We sell memories," Jill Babb says, smiling, adding that not only do she and her family hope to help families create new memories, their farm often evokes childhood memories for their customers.... Read full article

Kids of all ages invited to board ‘The Polar Express’

by Becca Martin-Brown on

There's something magical about hundreds of little kids in their pajamas, sipping hot chocolate and watching a train sliding around on the ice on a screen that's 60 feet wide by 30 feet tall.... Read full article

Shiloh Museum completely revamps galleries

by Becca Martin-Brown on

In 2018, the Shiloh Museum of Ozark History partied like it was 1968. But it took a lot of hard work to get there.... Read full article

Rogers Historical Museum opens in new spot

by Alex Golden on

The Rogers Historical Museum opened Thursday in its new spot downtown with the help of some key supporters.... Read full article