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AD: Three day sale! Get half price laser hair removal at Laser Partners

Graphic: Courtesy, Laser Partners

If you’ve ever considered laser hair removal, now is the time to make the leap. Laser Partners is offering some crazy deals this week.

All laser hair removal packages are half price beginning today (Thursday, Aug. 24) through Saturday (Aug. 26) at the clinic, located at 1420 Augustine Lane, Suite 7, in Fayetteville.

The offer is also good at Laser Partners’ Bentonville location, located at 1001 SE 28th Street, and in Fort Smith at 4620 Rogers Avenue, Suite 103.

That means after this weekend, you could never worry about waxing your upper lip, or shaving your underarms or bikini line ever again.

It’s the largest sale in the company’s history, and it’s only good for three days, so schedule your appointment today.

The clinic is open Tuesday-Friday from 10 a.m. – 7 p.m., and on Saturday from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m.

Full details of the sale, including a complete price list, is available at laserpartners.com.

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AD: Job listing: Aug. 18, 2017

The Conference

 

Job Title: Administrative Assistant
Job Type: Part time at 20 hours per week
Location: The Conference, in Johnson (near the Northwest Arkansas Mall)
Job Description: Small office in Johnson is seeking a part-time employee to help with daily office duties and assisting candidates. The office environment is casual, but the work is detailed. Proficiency in Microsoft Office, self-directed and good communication skills are a must. Ability to learn about and understand the organization, accuracy of work, and attention to detail is required for this position. Duties include answering phones, assisting candidates, data entry, filing, email correspondence, processing orders, and general office support. Hours are Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Office is closed for all federal holidays.
How to apply: Email cover letter and resume to theconferenceonline@gmail.com


Southern Food Company

Job Title: Experienced Cooks/Chefs
Job Type: Both full and part time positions
Location: 3575 W Wedington Dr. Fayetteville
Job Description: Southern Food Company is a new unique local restaurant that is specializing in homemade southern food with a Cajun flair. We are looking for cooks, prep cooks, and bakers that will prepare breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch seven days per week. We will be serving beer and wine during the week and Bloody Mary’s, Mimosas, and Bellinis during brunch so all applicants should be 18 years or older.
How to apply: Send resumes to southernfoodcompany@gmail.com or send us a Facebook message @southernfoodcompany or in person between 1pm-4pm.


Grub’s Bar & Grille

Job Title: Line cooks
Job Type: Full and part time positions
Location: Grub’s Downtown in Fayetteville
Job Description: Grub’s is currently seeking line cooks at their downtwon Fayetteville location.
How to apply: Apply online at grubsbargrille.com/employment, or in person.


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AD: Cox Smart Home Event showcases home of the future

Exterior of the Buffington Homes house outfitted with Smart Home technology by Cox Communications

Photo: Fayetteville Flyer staff

Panoramic wifi. Plants that water themselves. Smart toothbrushes that tell you how well you’re brushing your teeth.

Robot dogs.

All of these may seem like items you’d find at some kind of crazy science-fiction-style home of the future, but thanks to the Smart Home event set up in Northwest Arkansas on Thursday by Cox Communications, we found out today that the future is, apparently, now.

Cox has been touring the country setting up Smart Home exhibits to showcase some of their capabilities and new technologies, and the tour stopped in Northwest Arkansas this week at a Buffinton Homes property in Bentonville.

Cox had outfitted the home with their Panoramic Wifi, and set up more than 60 smart devices running simultaneously, and seamlessly, on the system for the event.

Virtual greeter outside the smart home

Photo: Fayetteville Flyer staff

Exhibits included a smart kitchen set up by food blogger and cookbook author Whitney Bond, including an Anova Sous Vide Precision Cooker, a WeMo Smart Slow Cooker, and a Behmore coffee maker that you can start over wifi. Bond also had an Amazon-enabled device set up that would allow you to pull up her video recipe demonstrations hands-free using voice commands that will walk you step-by-step through the process of cooking her culinary creations.

Cox also had their own Homelife security and automation system in place which was incredibly impressive. The system offers 24/7 security monitoring of your home featuring live HD video and the ability to lock doors or turn off lights remotely using their secure app. The Homelife system also allows you to set up practical automations, like the ability to adjust the thermostat and turn off the lights every time you leave your home in order to save energy.

Professors from The Tesseract Center at the University of Arkansas were in attendance as well with some pretty incredible Virtual Reality and Mixed Reality headsets to showcase what they are doing to re-invent the way students are learning at the UA. One VR mod they had set up that we experimented with allowed us to virtually walk-through a simulation of Van Gogh’s painting The Night Cafe. That was a pretty surreal experience.

A home health demonstration by Trapollo, LLC and Mercy Virtual

Photo: Fayetteville Flyer staff

There were some other incredibly practical, but useful, exhibits set up as well. One potentially life-saving example of this was set up to showcase technology developed by Trapollo, LLC and Mercy Virtual that connects patients with chronic or complex medical issues with clinicians or physicians day or night using a secure video-conferencing system. The idea is to allow individuals that would otherwise basically live at the doctors office the freedom to be monitored and cared for in the comfort of their own homes.

Steve Auchterlonie of Cycling Performance Lab had a bike trainer set up and connected to a Zwift indoor cycling system that allowed attendees to choose their course and race against other virtual-riders from all over the world.

Upstairs in the home, Crystal Bridges was demoing some of their software used in online courses for kids interested in curatorial arts from high schools to community colleges that allows students to discuss their favorite art pieces, and build their own exhibits in a virtual gallery.

A VR demonstration by The Tesseract Center at the University of Arkansas

Photo: Fayetteville Flyer staff

There was also a room set up with multiple 3-D printers by NWA3D, an orgnization that sells 3D printers but also trains kids on how to design their own objects and bring them to life.

Are you familiar with augmented reality technology? That’s kind of what Trifecta Communications specializes in, and they set up a demo of some really cool things they are working on, including interactive children’s books integrated with smart phones and tablets that come to life with stories and songs.

Violinist Jason Yang, who tours the country performing with Madonna for part of the year, was set up in an upstairs bedroom giving demos on how he teaches music lessons remotely to kids and records violin parts for producers all over the world from his home studio using video conferencing technology.

There were plenty of other gadgets on display as well. A Roomba. Several Amazon Alexas. A smart mirror that can show you what you’ll look like in different light before you go out.

Trifecta Communications demonstrates some of their augmented reality work

Photo: Fayetteville Flyer staff

All of it – more than 60 devices connected at once – was running on Cox’s Ultimate High Speed Internet package, offering download speeds of 300 Mbps.

And we didn’t see a hiccup.

It was fun geeking out for the morning with all the technology, and if smart homes like this one are the future, the future looks pretty exciting indeed.

More photos

Robo-dog!

Photo: Fayetteville Flyer staff

Smart cookies (just kidding, they were regular cookies) by food blogger / cookbook author Whitney Bond

Photo: Fayetteville Flyer staff

Violinist Jason Yang

Photo: Fayetteville Flyer staff

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AD: Uptown Fayetteville Apartments Grand Opening – An Insider’s Guide

The new Uptown Fayetteville Apartments + Shops / Image: Courtesy, Uptown Apartments

If you’ve been curious about the new apartments across from the Malco Razorback movie theatre and Academy Outdoor – now is your chance to check them out and enjoy lots of free food and prizes.

They’ll host a huge open house event on Saturday, Aug. 19 from noon to 4:00 p.m.

Stop in the Leasing Office to pick up your tickets for free food at the food trucks and to hop a tour.

After that, here’s what to expect.

  • There are eclipse-viewing glasses for the first 400 people to arrive and swag bags for the first 50 in the door.
  • COX has transformed an apartment into a home from the future, with over 60 connected devices including a roaming telepresence, a smart dog, and even a smart crockpot.
  • The food trucks will be gathered in the courtyard. Don’t miss Snowdrifts Tropical Ice – ask for the “Uptown Special.” Other highlights include Big Sexy Food’s over-the-top Mozzarella
  • Spring Rolls and Bacon Mac Burgers starting at noon. Wrights BBQ and A Spoonful dessert truck arrive on the scene at 2:00 pm, filled with smoky goodness and handmade pies
  • Artist Steve Adair will be painting a 440 square foot mural on the north end of the property during the Grand Opening. Stop by and be the first to capture a selfie with the new mural.
  • The bartenders from Pink House Alchemy will be up on the rooftop serving palomas and specialty lemonades starting at 2:00 pm, while the duo Lazy Daisy strums away your blues.
  • Be sure to sign in to win prizes, including a massage from LaVida Massage and a basket of fresh veggies from Apple Seeds!

Watch the video to learn more

» RSVP for the event on Facebook


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AD: Job listing: Aug. 4, 2017

Part Time Office Position

Job Title: Candidate Services Liaison
Job Type: Part time at 20 hours per week
Location: The Conference, in Johnson (near the Northwest Arkansas Mall)
Job Description: Small office in Johnson is seeking a part-time employee to help with daily office duties and assisting candidates. The office environment is casual, but the work is detailed. Proficiency in Microsoft Office, self-directed and good communication skills are a must. Ability to learn about and understand the organization, accuracy of work, and attention to detail is required for this position. Duties include answering phones, assisting candidates, data entry, filing, email correspondence, processing orders, and general office support. Hours are Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Office is closed for all federal holidays.
How to apply: Email cover letter and resume to theconferenceonline@gmail.com


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AD: Job listing: July 21, 2017

Pure Barre

Job Title: Teacher
Job Type: Part time
Location: Fayetteville, AR
Job Description:Pure Barre, one of the largest, most established boutique barre fitness franchises in the nation is hiring part-time teachers for Pure Barre Fayetteville, opening Jan 2018. The ideal candidate is confident, outgoing and passionate about working in a culture that motivates, inspires and transforms lives! Fitness, dance, cheer or Pure Barre experience is preferred along with a strong sense of musicality and choreography. For more information, visit purebarre.com.
How to apply: To apply, please send a resume, cover letter and headshot (need not be professional) to lfontana@purebarre.com.


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AD: Watch pro cyclists compete for $50,000 at the Natural State Criterium Series (July 7-9)

Natural State Crits / Courtsy photo

The second annual Natural State Criterium Series, produced by BikeNWA, is happening July 7-9 in Bentonville, Rogers, and Springdale!

Come watch professional and amateur road cyclists from around the world compete for their share of a $50,000 prize purse or get involved by signing up to be a volunteer or to host racers.

Learn more at www.naturalstatecrits.com.


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AD: Job listings – June 23, 2017

Grub’s Bar & Grille

Job Title: Line cooks, dishwashers
Job Type: Full and part time positions
Location: Grub’s Uptown, Grub’s Downtown in Fayetteville
Job Description: Grub’s is currently seeking line cooks and dishwashers for both their uptown and downtwon Fayetteville locations.
How to apply: Apply online at grubsbargrille.com/employment, or in person.


AD: Not Another Neck Tie: Give With Your Conscience This Father’s Day

Grass Roots Farmers’ Cooperative offers a gift that includes a donation to Heifer International.

Courtesy photo

Finally, a Father’s Day gift for all those dads out there who – pardon our French – give a damn. This bundle includes grill friendly meats from Grass Roots Farmers’ Cooperative — a group of small-scale, Arkansan farmers responsibly raising animals on pasture. Plus, they’re donating 10% of the sale of each of these bundles to Heifer International — a nonprofit working to end poverty and hunger while caring for the Earth.

The whole package — which includes grass-fed beef, brats, and chicken – is valued at $104, but for a limited time Grass Roots is selling it for $69. And it ships for free to 20 states, including Arkansas. Got a conscientious carnivore to buy for? Your shopping stops here.

Like Heifer, Grass Roots Farmers’ Cooperative believes that by sharing resources, they can empower farmers and invigorate communities and food systems. Every time you make a purchase from Grass Roots, you support small family farms. And with this purchase you’ll also support cooperatives of small-holder farms around the world.

This year, skip the necktie and opt for a gift that packs an extra special punch.

To learn more about Grass Roots foods, farms, and front door service visit grassrootscoop.com.

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AD: Job listings – May 26, 2017

Southern Food Company

Job Title: Experienced Cooks/Chefs
Job Type: Both full and part time positions
Location: 3575 W Wedington Dr. Fayetteville
Job Description: Southern Food Company is a new unique local restaurant that is specializing in homemade southern food with a Cajun flair. We are looking for cooks, prep cooks, and bakers that will prepare breakfast, lunch, dinner and brunch seven days per week. We will be serving beer and wine during the week and Bloody Mary’s, Mimosas, and Bellinis during brunch so all applicants should be 18 years or older.
How to apply: Send resumes to southernfoodcompany@gmail.com or send us a Facebook message @southernfoodcompany or in person between 1pm-4pm.


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