With humble beginnings at the now closed On the Rocks bar, Jody’s Living Room has cultivated the longest running and most successful open mic in Fayetteville.
After Thursday’s calm Taurus moon, Friday, the 13th, we’re shaken up as Uranus, the star of revolution (the cool cat of the zodiac), changes direction, retrograding at 8:32 degrees Aries (until Dec. 13). The revolution turns inward, for a psychological, philosophical and social media review.
A special house concert July 20 at the home of Karyn Zaremba, a.k.a. Herbal Simplicity, features a night of fine Americana-ish songs featuring hot playing and singing by Shore and Cockram and The Flyin’ A’s.
The voices and demeanor of the staff, board members and owners of Ozark Natural Foods still show signs of hurt and frustration from the turbulent events of the last few months.
With fireworks exploding and flags waving, the country has proudly celebrated its 236th year of independence.
I broke up with my guy a while ago, which was the right thing to do
Re-released in digital format, the “Art Amiss 7” compilation is available for streaming and download on the Art Amiss Bandcamp page.
There probably aren’t many of you who’ve heard of Representative Krayton Kerns. It’s completely understandable if you haven’t, because he’s not an Arkansas representative.
Common Grounds is presenting “Invisible Light,” a collection of infrared images by Fayetteville photographer Adam Ritchey.