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This featured, narrative-driven, stories on people and/or organizations.

Shana Mullaney fitness instructor

This month we are featuring Shana Mullaney, fitness instructor extraordinaire in Conway. A couple of weeks ago, I asked the question on Facebook about favorite fitness instructors. The response blew me away. I got lots of replies and one lady kept coming up, Shana Mullaney As fate would have it, I met her earlier this year …

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YPC Pub Crawl

YPC Pub Crawl increases in numbers Friday night in downtown Conway

The Young Professionals of Conway held their second ever Pub Crawl on Friday night, July 27th in downtown Conway. The event was more of a walk rather than a crawl, which I am thankful for because I don’t think I could have crawled that far. Over 70 people participated in the event according to YPC …

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Gallery Grapevine

Gallery Grapevine announces Watercolors with Lois Giorgis

Gallery Grapevine, the new art gallery in Conway founded by Ray Oglesby and Sherita Herring, has announced a watercolors painting class led by Loris Giorgis. According to the website, Join Lois Giorgis, an award-winning artist, for the first painting class (Watercolor) at the NEW Gallery Grapevine. Whether beginner, intermediate, or advanced, Lois can walk you …

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WanderHaus

How WunderHaus is Setting the Standard for Local Restaurants

Looking at the current home of WunderHaus, the building on the corner of Oak Street and Locust, it’s hard to imagine that less than a year ago it was just the facade of a gas station, paradoxically painted in flames. Today, the “European kitchen” sees so much business that it’s had to nearly triple its …

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Arkansas Shakespeare's performance of Music Man

Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre To Present Sensory-friendly Performance Of ‘much Ado About Nothing’

CONWAY—Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre will hold a sensory-friendly performance of “Much Ado About Nothing” 2 p.m. July 5 at Reynolds Performance Hall on the University of Central Arkansas campus. The family-friendly adaptation runs June 28 through July 7. Working in conjunction with UCA’s occupational therapy department, Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre designed the July 5 performance to be …

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UCA Downtown Celebrates one year

UCA Outreach & Community Engagement celebrated the one year anniversary of the UCA Downtown on Friday, January 27th, 2017. Over 200 people crowded into the facility to reflect on the one year of events for the community. New UCA President, Dr. Houston Davis, addressed the standing room only crowd. Various members of the community, the Chamber of …

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