By 2050, according to Pew Research Projections, about 20 percent of the U.S. population will be over the age of 65. This is an increase of 7 percent, from the current 13 percent of the population.

What comes to mind when you think of a great salon experience? Do you want to look like that magazine picture? Do you feel unpretty and want to feel more self confident? Do you need to rant and vent and you know you'll get a listening ear from your stylist?

How often do you listen to music? If you are like me, an avid music fan, music is a big part of your life. Recently I had the chance to talk with members of .357, a local teen band. Here’s a backstage glimpse of the business end of being a band

Growing up in Hot Springs Village, Heather Rincon knew from an early age that she wanted to own a lady’s clothing store. Some days she imagined a full scale bridal shop. On others it was a trendy boutique. She didn’t know when, where or how that dream would come true. Her store was simply a young girl’s dream.

Michelle Cernak was an Air Force brat. Born with ambition. At the age of 13 she emancipated herself, got on a Greyhound and headed off to make her own way. She went to school, worked and started a small business. She was a numbers geek. 

How does a poor black man from Fort Smith, Arkansas get to be a world traveler? For Walter Gregory Ahart it all began with the music--and his own God-given gift of voice.


BSavvy Magazine

PO Box 537
Fort Smith, AR 72901
Office Phone:


BSavvy Magazine

Colleen Perry

  (479) 653-1221

 Follow Us