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B Side Loft and Kitchen - Lofts for Rent in Bentonville

Check out our new Airbnb listing. We created this space to promote the culinary and cultural scene in Bentonville and Northwest Arkansas. We not only offer a comfortable bed, full kitchen, a loft-like setting and private parking, we also include concierge services to connect our guests to the regional community assets. And yes Kalene Munson Griffith, we will get set up with A&P. ‪#‎theaterofcool‬ ‪#‎foodiecall‬ Kassie Misiewicz

For New York

The Bentonville crew met Chef Boulud at the James Beard House in NYC when our talented chefs cooked the Best of Bentonville dinner. He was so nice, supportive and gracious. Invited the entire team to tour and taste his restaurants...even going so far as to comp our meals as part of his awesome hospitality. We, in turn, introduced him to the Arkansas Black Apple. A fair deal...and an experience I will always remember. His quote below does not surprise me. ‪#‎foodiecall‬ Case Dighero Matthew McClure Rob Nelson Tammy Goodridge Varney Sarah Carrell Nelson Blair Cockrum Cromwell Kalene Munson Griffith Scarlett Crafford Basore Scott Baker

Downtown Siloam Springs Thriving | KUAF

Main Street Siloam Springs is one of the organizational gems in the Northwest Arkansas downtown revitalization effort. Their work, led by Meredith Ghrist Bergstrom and a bevy of engaged and talented humans, has driven the concept of place as economic development in that town and it is paying off. Hats off to the entire team making things happen. If you haven't been lately, you are missing out on a unique regional experience. Greg Phillips ‪#‎dnaofplace‬ ‪#‎theaterofcool‬

An Interesting Twist in the Growing Feast of Food Philanthropy: Creative Placemaking - Inside Philanthropy - Inside Philanthropy

Food and we value land is the baseline debate here. Do we continue to value sprawl and put our community economic solvancy at risk while diminishing the available agricultural land for our small, local farms? How does our local land use and development policy decisions impact our local food systems? How do we connect the incremental development movement to our local food system movement? Does our comprehensive community plans incorporate and advance our local food systems?

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