Mayor Lioneld Jordan

THIRD-TERM FAYETTEVILLE MAYOR Lioneld Jordan has proven to be a municipal maestro in managing one of the fastest growing cities in the nation. His forward-thinking philosophies on infrastructure, energy efficiency and inclusiveness within the community have Fayetteville positioned as an example for other cities today and decades from now. A Northwest Arkansas native, born in…

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Staying in Town for The Holidays? Here’s How to Celebrate

12.1-17 Mother Goose Christmas at Arkansas Arts Center Children’s Theatre A sweet story that follows a family on an adventure through Mother Goose’s Realm of Romp and Rhyme. Dec. 8 is “Pajama Night”—one more opp to wear those matching Christmas jammies! (arkansasartscenter.org) 12.3 Holiday Open House at Mosaic Templars Cultural Center There’ll be live music…

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Nimble-isms

BACK TO MAIN WHEN YOU READ THIS, 78-year-old Sunny Eberhart will be somewhere along Route 66. On foot. With a 6-pound pack on his back. It’s where he’s been since July 27, when he left Chicago and headed west for Santa Monica, California, with plans to walk the 2,300-mile stretch over the span of 124…

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Best Way to Namaste

SUP Yoga 501 If you’ve mastered your land-bound sun salutation, perhaps it’s time to take your flow out onto the water. Local yogi JoAnn Camp’s standup-paddleboard yoga classes, which pop up most weekends at various central Arkansas watering holes, offer just that: the opportunity to work out your sea legs while getting bendy. Still don’t…

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Best Fitness Follow

@elizabeth_finch Scroll through certified health coach Elizabeth Finch’s Instagram, and it doesn’t take but a minute before you feel an irresistible urge to sip some kombucha, whip up a smoothie bowl and fish those yoga pants out of the bottom drawer. With that in mind, we asked our favorite local health guru for tips on…

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Best Channeling of Chumbawumba

Leah Thorvilson After Leah Thorvilson’s body started to break down in 2012 (running eight marathons and a 50-mile ultramarathon in six months was evidently enough for the elite runner’s body to say, uh, nope), her doctors told her that she’d never run again. Well, she took that advice to heart—and then proceeded to hop on…

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