HDC approves construction of retaining wall at Hatchet Hall

Despite opposition from residents in the area, the Eureka Springs Historic District Commission gave a stamp of approval to a project that will give a homeowner additional parking. At a meeting on Wednesday, May 15, the HDC voted 5-0 to approve a certificate of appropriateness for the construction of a 15-foot deep by 30-foot wide concrete retaining wall adjacent to the property at 35 Steele St., built in 1895 and also known as Hatchet Hall.
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Book Review

Is it really better to have loved and lost, rather than to never have loved at all? Ask your average teenager and the answer would be a resounding and emphatic “no.” As an adult, though, Alfred, Lord Tennyson’s words likely have a wider meaning. In the game of love, you win some, you lose some, and in the new book “The Loves of Theodore Roosevelt” by Edward F.
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Blues Party is team effort in Eureka

Pulling off a four-day, citywide music festival is no small feat, and it doesn’t happen without a lot of collaboration and cooperation. That spirit of collaboration is quite evident in this year’s Eureka Springs Blues Party, which kicks off Thursday, May 30, and continues through Sunday, May 2, with more than 50 performances at venues large and small throughout Eureka Springs.
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