Todd E Jones

Todd is a copywriter, content strategist, digital marketer and the Publisher for Conway Scene. He enjoys coffee from the local coffee shops, learning the stories of new friends, pro wrestling, and dirt track racing.

Arkansas Coding Academy

Arkansas Coding Academy Fall Demo Day

The Arkansas Coding Academy held Demo Day for graduates of Cohorts 6 and 7 on Tuesday, November 14, 2017, at UCA Downtown in Conway. Cohort 5 was a part-time class and finished at the same time as Cohort 6, according to Mary Condit, Director of the coding academy.

ComiConway

ComiConway 2017 enters sixth year

It’s that time of year. The weather starts to get cooler (finally) and the state fair is behind us and we begin to get ready for ComiConway.

Ancil Lea

Ancil Lea launches new book

Veteran entrepreneur and technology consultant, Ancil Lea, has written a book about entrepreneurship and coffee. The book will be available on October 25th. The book is available from at CommonGrounds-Book.com.

Thriller in the Park

Third year for Thriller in the Park

For the third year, Funk Fusion Company will present the Thriller in the Park event, free for kids and parents. The event will take place on Tuesday, October 31st from 6 to 8 PM at Simon Park in Downtown Conway.

EcoFest 2016

EcoFest enters its nith year

For the eight years, Conway will host EcoFest at Laurel Park October 14, 2017, from 11 AM to 4 PM. The festival includes 9 sections which will educate and challenge event attendees.

Startup Grind with Gina Radke

Startup Grind with Gina Radke

Gina Radke Chief Executive Officer of Galley Support Innovations was the guest at Startup Grind Central Arkansas on Thursday, August 24 at The Makerspace at UCA.

Conductor Chief Operating Officer and Startup Grind Central Arkansas founder Kim Lane hosts the events each month with a member of the business community in Conway.

UCA Fountain, Courtesy of UCA

C.D. Wright Women Writers Conference Announces Inaugural Event At UCA

The C. D. Wright Women Writers Conference will host its inaugural event Nov. 3-4 at the University of Central Arkansas.

The conference is open to all, though it will cater to women and women-identifying writers from all genres and all experience levels, from journalism to mass-market books to literary endeavors and beyond. The conference’s goal is to provide a space for camaraderie, connection-making and inspiration.

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