The long-running DJ producer for KUAF’s “Shades of Jazz” broadcast on Friday nights was selected to receive a national award for promoting and sustaining jazz in the Northwest Arkansas community. Robert Ginsburg will be one of 26 recipients from 23 cities across the United States, honored with a Jazz Journalist Association Hero award for 2016….
In an effort to highlight the growing and promising comedy scene in Fayetteville, the brand new Huge Lightning Comedy Festival is hosting comedians, long and short-form improvisers, writers, musicians and general funny people for a two-night, four-event comedy extravaganza.
The Fayettechill Basecamp shop on Dickson Street was home to a Tibetan Buddhist sand mandala the week of April 18 through April 22.
Arbor Day is Friday, April 29 — a great time to adopt a special tree and bring it home with you!
It’s rumored a high-end Taco Bell “cantina” may be moving into the space that used to house Common Grounds on Dickson Street.
There is a bizarre grief cycle the Internet goes through whenever someone of notable importance dies.
Workers’ comp covers many on-the-job accidents — but unfortunately not the kind where a married man slips and falls into his co-worker’s vagina.
Fans of the renewable energy industry like to boast that the costs of solar and wind power are dropping. What they never mention is where most of those “savings” are coming from — American taxpayers.
Mercury (the wing-footed Hermes) retrogrades Thursday, at 23 degrees Taurus (till May 22).