If you weren’t there, you missed some spectacular performances by Cletus Got Shot and an utterly amazing number by brothers Benjamin and Randall Shreve at the Northwest Arkansas Music Awards last night (April 28).
Sometimes it can be dangerous to say the word “Merlot” in a room crowded with wine snobs, which is why I avoid those rooms.
Music and more in Fayetteville & NWA
Due to spring being reclassified as Ye Olde Tyme of Unending Rain and Nasty Cold, the Arkansas Music Pavilion concert with Lucinda Williams and Billy Joe Shaver has been moved from the outdoor to the much cozier interior of the Town Center.
Being a lesbian in a leadership position at a Christian preschool, I was a little pleased to think that I might have unknowingly hired a gay man.
Xingu Black Beer is 5 percent alcohol and brewed by Cervejaria Cacador in Brazil. It pours a dense black with a malty aroma and little head.
I decided that rather than barbecue, I would try some Cajun. I ordered the crawfish po’ boy, fries and a side order of crawfish etouffee. I’m not sure why I felt the need to overdose on crawfish.
The new moon occurs this week late close to midnight Monday night (Pacific), early morning hours (Eastern), 12 degrees Taurus. The Taurus personality building keynote is “Let struggle be undismayed.”
Tonight’s (April 28) the night the stars of the Northwest Arkansas music scene will be out in force for the annual event that honors their accomplishments in a Grammy-style ceremony.
Ward 1 council member Adella Gray officially announced she will bring forward her proposed amendment at the next council meeting to remove the exemption for bars, effectively banning smoking in all workplaces within the city of Fayetteville.