Confessions of a Shopaholic
Transformative Health Care Initiatives, Arkansas Soccer Lands No. 2 Seed, The Region's Biggest Boutique Sale, and More!
Upfront pricing, trustworthy service, and a focus on safety: the award-winning Adventure Subaru in Fayetteville is Northwest Arkansas’s premier Subaru retailer. Find out how you can start your next adventure in a Subaru by visiting their eco-friendly certified facility or online HERE.
Northwest Arkansas Making Strides Towards A Transformative Healthcare Model
Northwest Arkansas could be at the forefront of a healthcare revolution with the opening of the Alice L. Walton School of Medicine and the Whole Health Institute — currently under construction in Bentonville near Crystal Bridges.
Staying Healthy: In response to a 2019 report that revealed the region loses $950M annually as residents seek medical care elsewhere, Alice Walton started the initiative to train more doctors with an emphasis on preventative care and ultimately transform the healthcare payment structure by rewarding doctors for keeping people healthy.
First Class: The independent medical school will integrate the arts, humanities, and whole health principles with traditional medical education. It is expected to launch its inaugural class of 48 students in the fall of 2025.
Learn more about AWSOM and Whole Health Institute’s transformative healthcare model HERE.
Arkansas Razorback Soccer Secures No. 2 Seed in NCAA Tournament
The Razorbacks landed a two-seed spot in the NCAA Tournament, marking the second time Arkansas has earned a two-seed in program history and its 10th tournament appearance in the last 11 seasons.
Southern Charm: Arkansas is one of eight teams representing the SEC in the tournament, being joined by Alabama, LSU, Mississippi State, South Carolina, Texas A&M, Tennessee, and Georgia
— whom the Razorbacks fell to in the SEC Tournament on Sunday.
Round One: The No. 10 Razorbacks (14-4-2) will host Grambling (15-4-4) at Razorback Field this Friday, Nov 10, at 6:30p — the first time the teams have met since 2004 when Arkansas won 4-0. The winning team will advance to round two against the winner of Pittsburgh vs. Ohio State in round two.
Tickets are $8 for adults and $3 for kids 17 and under. Get yours HERE.
Sponsored by NWA Boutique Show
NWA Boutique Show: Your Go-To Destination For Some Much-Needed Retail Therapy
NWA Boutique Show will showcase 180 of the best boutiques and gift shops all under one roof at the Rogers Convention Center. General Admission is just $10, giving access to all the great shopping on Friday, Nov 17, from 11a-4:30p and Saturday, Nov 18, from 9a-6p.
Early Bird Gets the Worm: Get first dibs on the best finds with the Earlybird VIP Pass on Friday at 9a while enjoying live jazz from The Rachel B Band, a photo booth, concessions, and freebies!
Just Wanna Have Fun: The real party kicks off on Friday from 5-9p during Girls Night Out! Enjoy music, a photo booth, a cash bar, and a chance to win dozens of incredible door prizes!
VIP and Girls Night Out tickets are going fast! Reserve yours HERE.
Arts & Culture
Rogers Historical Museum To Host Working America Photography Exhibit
Starting this weekend, the Rogers Historical Museum will host a special traveling photography exhibit, Working America by artist Sam Comen, including local stories thanks to a collaboration with the Ozark Literacy Council on display from Nov 10 to Jan 7.
Photo Album: Comen's exhibit beautifully portrays American immigrants and first-generation Americans in small, skilled trades, sharing their stories of economic independence, belonging, and struggles, providing an insightful glimpse into the American experience.
Family Story: In connection with the exhibit, the Rogers Public Library will host a special movie screening exploring themes of family and resilience among immigrant families chasing the American dream in the Arkansas Ozarks on Saturday, Nov 18 at 2p.
Learn more about the exhibit HERE.
Prepare Your Best Dance Moves for NWA Movement Hub’s Inaugural Jingle Jam
Get ready to dance the night away at Jingle Jam, a 3-in-1 holiday dance extravaganza coming to CACHE Studios in Bentonville on Friday, Dec 8, from 7-10p.
Dance Partners: If you've been searching for a reason to put on your dancing shoes and celebrate the holiday season, this is it. Jingle Jam blends vintage swing, Latin dance, and club styles into an unforgettable evening, supporting NWA Movement Hub's mission to connect people through dance.
Gotta Dance: Whether you're into Vintage Swing Vibes, Salsa Navidad, or Yule Groove Club Style, Jingle Jam has something for everyone to keep their feet moving and grooving, from live music, a DJ, pop-up performances, and mini-dance lessons.
Be the first on the dance floor and reserve tickets HERE.
Cool Jobs In NWA
Looking for a job? Find listings in the health, education, and retail industries on our Job Board.
Find great candidates by posting your open positions HERE.
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In other news…
🦉 Where There’s a Will, There’s a Webinar: Join a free webinar tomorrow, Nov 8, at 11a with HootOwl Legal, covering the common pitfalls that can derail your intentions while estate planning. Be proactive about your legacy and reserve your spot now.*
🏡 Cozy Up: Can you guess which Northwest Arkansas towns made TheTravel.com’s top ten list of Cozy Arkansas Towns to Retire In?
🏐 Bump, Set, Spike: Arkansas Razorbacks Volleyball swept Mississippi State last week at Barnhill Arena, taking their season record to 21-4 — the most single-season wins for Arkansas since 2012.
✈️ Hey, I’ve been there! What Happens Later, starring Meg Ryan and David Duchovny, hit theaters this weekend. The rom-com was filmed in Northwest Arkansas at locations like XNA and Crystal Bridges.
🚲 Roll Up: Students, faculty, and staff who ride their bikes to campus can enjoy free Onyx Cofee and breakfast during the Cruise to Campus event tomorrow, Nov 8, on Old Main Lawn.
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