The barbera grape typically makes a hearty, deeply colored yet drinkable red wine that’s great with food.
Let’s face it — Earth Day in Fayetteville is not just one day anymore.
It’s time to start celebrating the 1st Malbec World Day coming up on April 17.
Comedian Heather McDonald will give a free performance at 8 p.m. Thursday, April 28 in the Union Ballroom on the University of Arkansas campus.
I gladly and freely recommend the movie “Rio” itself, which is sweet, funny and boats a toe-tapping soundtrack to boot. But when it comes to seeing it in 3D or 2D, I could make a sound argument for both.
“Super” is a movie that I was really rooting for, mostly because I like all the people involved; but sadly it just isn’t very good.
It’s spring time (finally!) and surprise, surprise, Mother Nature still has Fayetteville’s finest covering up to bear the chill brought in March.
Join the Take Back the Night March tonight (Friday, April 15) at 7 p.m. starting at Arvest Plaza on the Fayetteville square.
Time once again to vote for your favorites in local music for the Northwest Arkansas Music Awards.
This week we’ll discuss California’s coolest wine county — literally.