The popular Rock City Trail at Mount Kessler in Fayetteville will close March 1st for rehabilitation purposes. The Mount Kessler Greenways Stewardship Committee plans to study ways to preserve the trail and make it more sustainable after Rock City has been overused the last couple of years. Rock City is on private property, but hikers, runners and mountain bikers can still use the city-owned trails on Mount Kessler, which can be accessed via Kessler Mountain Regional Park on W. Judge Cummings Road.
On today’s show, a conversation about a new interfaith prayer center being developed in Bentonville. Plus, how advocacy for Marshallese in Arkansas is growing and spreading. Also, we hear about the latest art at 21C in Bentonville examines Iraq and Afghanistan and war:
On today's program, we visit Temple Shalom of Northwest Arkansas to hear how the congregation is coping with growing national anti-Semitic rhetoric and violence. We also learn how last week, Fayetteville clothing mainstay Cheap Thrills nearly closed its doors for good, but now has a new lease on life.