Once its aroma of baking bread pulled people in. Today, the former Holsum Bread Bakery in downtown Fort Smith is attracting people to gather and have fun. 

 

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Postponed: Three Artists, Three Visions, One Family: Dede Hutcheson exhibits at RAM with daughters Karen Hutcheson and Robyn Horn

Fort Smith Regional Art Center is closed at present in the interest of public health.

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Robert E. Miller portrait

He would never have anything be about himself – that’s not in the character of Robert E. “Bob” Miller. But when the idea of turning his birthday celebration into a charitable fundraiser for the project closest to his heart was pitched to him, he gave in. ­

The April Designer Showhouse Ball honoring Miller’s 90th birthday has been rescheduled to Sept. 26.

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It's not off-road. It's not on the paved road. "Gravel grinding" is what bicyclists affectionately call riding on gravel roads.

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A true, historic story is becoming a feature documentary film.

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C’mon, admit it. You’ve bailed on your New Year’s resolutions. Instead, how about just trying something new?

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The Van Buren School District is doing its part to help get the community up and moving. 

Thanks to several key partnerships, the district has spent the last several months expanding its existing campus trails system. 

 

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Do you still send them? This scrapbook might convince you return to real Christmas cards, hand-written signatures, envelopes and postage stamps. 

Helen McLean of Fort Smith mounted the Christmas cards she and her mother, Alice, had saved from 1928 to the 1950s into an overstuffed scrapbook.

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Enjoy the past in motion in 8mm movies made decades ago and mostly unseen, until now. Entertainment Fort Smith has digitized footage shared with us from family collections, revealing Fort Smith from the 1930s through 1980s. 

 

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“I just couldn't get the picture of what I wanted out of my head and didn't know how to convey it to another person,” Sheila Humphrey said of a piece of artwork made with fabric. So she figured out how to do it herself, with the help of a friend. The result was an heirloom. 

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