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Origami Sake Set to Host 2024 American Craft Sake Fest

Origami Sake of Hot Springs to host the 2024 American Craft Sake Festival in March. read more >
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Atlas Obscura Announces Solar Eclipse Festival in Hot Springs

Atlas Obscura, a media and entertainment company, is planning a four-day Ecliptic festival in Hot Springs for the solar eclipse in April. read more >
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The Buttered Biscuit Announces Expansion to Little Rock

Bentonville-based breakfast chain The Buttered Biscuit announced plans to expand to Little Rock with two new locations. The chain said it’s opening a location at the Promenade at Chenal in […] read more >
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US Job Openings Fall to Lowest Level Since March 2021 as Labor Market Cools

Layoffs were up modestly in October. And the number of Americans who quit their jobs – which generally reflects confidence in their ability to find better pay or working conditions elsewhere — was down slightly. read more >
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Arkansas Contractors Forecast Trends, ConcernsLock Icon

Business remains good for Arkansas’ commercial contractors, but high interest rates and costs cause concern. read more >
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Keeping Up the Capital: Little Rock’s Historic Hotel Gets $3M FaceliftLock Icon

The $3 million project now in progress will repair segments of the west wall built in the 1870s. read more >
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Arlington Hotel Sees $30M RenovationLock Icon

Taking on a long list of overdue chores for the 11-story structure with 20 separate roof lines presented a new challenge for the Texas owner Sky Capital Group, which purchased the 11-story hotel for $7 million in 2017. read more >
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Whole Foods Anchors $112M Pinnacle Springs in Rogers

The site will include the 37,000-SF Whole Foods and an additional 43,500 SF of retail space at the northwest corner of New Hope Road and Promenade Boulevard. read more >
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Colony West Complex Moves in $7.5M Sale (Real Deals)Lock Icon

AndMark View at Breckenridge LLC purchased the 126-unit apartment complex in west Little Rock. read more >
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Tyson Exec Buys Fayetteville Home for $1.26MLock Icon

Fadi Qutishat is the vice president of finance for the fresh meats segment at Tyson Foods, and is relocating to Northwest Arkansas as part of the OneTyson initiative. read more >
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Mezzaluna Pasteria to Open New Location in BentonvilleLock Icon

Esteemed California restaurant chef, Soerke Peters is in the process of bringing the Italian eatery to downtown Bentonville. read more >
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Sterling Plaza Sale Tops $3.4M (Real Deals)Lock Icon

The 15,685-SF commercial project in west Little Rock was purchased by Wolf Track Farm LLC, led by Chris Primm. read more >
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What to Watch in 2024 (Lance Turner Editor’s Note)

Lithium, steel and, yes, politics will make 2024 a big year for business in Arkansas. read more >
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Damgoode Pies Closing Last Little Rock Location

Founder Jeff Trine said the pizza chain took on "enormous debt" to survive after the COVID-19 pandemic. read more >
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Thankful, and Hoping for the Best (Editorial)

Despite predictions, the U.S. may get through this year without a recession. read more >
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Supercharging Arkansas’ Economy (Asahi Pompey Commentary)

The best way to support small-business owners is to provide education and access to capital. read more >
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Board Game Cafe Coming to NLR

Caverns & Forests is set to open early next month at 711A Main St. in North Little Rock. read more >
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Beef, A Way of Life in Texas, Is Hard on the Planet. This Rancher Thinks She Can Change That

A look at regenerative ranching, in which cows are moved frequently to different pastures in an effort to restore the soil. read more >
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New Rule on Unionization Gets Pushback From Businesses

A federal rule that goes into effect next month could make it easier for millions of workers to unionize at big companies like McDonald’s. read more >
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Historic Arkansas Restaurants Coy’s and AQ Chicken House Make a ComebackLock Icon

Both Arkansas icons, Coy’s opened in 1945 and AQ in 1947. read more >