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Bottle Rocket Subs Owners Alex Chrystie and Pete McKitrick have garnered a cult-like following in south Fayetteville, churning out stylized, innovative and utterly delicious “sammies” from their food truck for the last couple of years.

The Dutch Oven on Wheels is a family affair, owned and operated by the Johnson household.

Tod Yeslow likes the provocative nature of art. “It gets you thinking, it gets you talking and sometimes it just matches the bedspread!” he said, laughing as he points to the painting, Collage #66 by Adja Yunkers, hanging beside the bed in the home he shares with his partner Jackie Telfair in Fayetteville. More than 30 eclectic art pieces grace the home. “They are all different, and I’m in love with each and every single one of them,” he said.

American artist Edward Hopper once said, “If I could say it in words, there would be no reason to paint.” Allison Hobbs has quite a way with words, but it’s her artwork that truly speaks volumes as well as her ability to understand the language of other artists through their work. Allison serves as the director and curator for MIXD Gallery, located in the Pinnacle Heights district in Rogers.

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