Happy Trails – NWA’s Razorback Greenway mixes outdoors with urban amenities

When Erin Rushing returned to Fayetteville in 2000, he had been away from the home of his alma mater, the University of Arkansas, for five years. His landscape architect career had been established in Kansas City, Missouri, and he was ready to go back home. While he was excited about returning home to continue his

Zooming through history – Museum dinner series gets modern makeover

Whether your favorite school subject was history or whether it was lunch, Little Rock’s Historic Arkansas Museum (HAM) has a series for you. “History is Served,” with events three to four times a year, started back in 2017 as a way to feed guests intellectually, socially and physically, says HAM’s Director of Community Engagement, Ellen

V is for Victory – Arkansans helped Allies prevail in WWII

Seventy-five years ago, on Sept. 2, 1945, a native Arkansan wearing five stars on his collar signed the Japanese surrender on the deck of the battleship USS Missouri to formally end World War II. Gen. Douglas MacArthur’s prestige then ranked among the highest in America. And as the war concluded, 1,365 days after Japanese aircraft