For it’s sixth year in a row, Last Night Fayetteville will return to the downtown Fayetteville square to ring in 2017 with a bevy of beverages, live entertainment and its time-honored Hog Drop at midnight.
As we think about the election — what went wrong, what’s been unleashed and what we should do about it — please, please, let us expand our vision beyond some technical fix or updated “message.”
With the Sun entering Capricorn, winter is here (northern latitudes). Mercury is retrograde also in Capricorn and in the sky soon (Christmas morning) the planets (Venus/Jupiter) that formed the Christmas star more than 2000 years ago are trine (harmonious) on this Christmas morning, 2016.
The albums mentioned here were on heavy rotation and continuously echoed around in our own head space for the majority of the year.
Rogue One has done the seemingly impossible and made itself into the new Empire for the Star Wars franchise.
Whether or not one believes in Santa Claus as we know him today, perhaps everyone has a bit of Santa within themselves: generosity.
Organizers for the upcoming Northwest Arkansas Fashion Week have announced their featured local designers and boutiques for the March 2017 event in Bentonville.
There are some wonderful committed relationships that started off with “I want to spend the rest of my boner with you!”
Fayetteville Public Library officials announced that it has expanded its online offerings to include movies, television shows, music, audiobooks, e-books and comic books from hoopla digital and streaming music from Freegal Music.
As we transition from our nation’s first black president and the dream of a post-racial America to a man elected by supporters that include Confederate battle flag-wavers, I need to reflect on my own journey to help myself deal with it all.