Get ready for six beer gardens, more than 40 local bands and local vendors as far as the eye can see up and down Block Street. The best free party of the year in Fayetteville is this weekend, y’all.
I was one of the 2.7 million refugees fleeing Afghanistan at the University of Arkansas Students for Refugees mock refugee camp Saturday.
If you’ve been curious about how to get engaged with making a difference in the local community, this Saturday’s Volunteer Pop Up may be your best shot at finding out.
The World Peace Wetland Prairie is Fayetteville’s best kept “secret garden” and once again, the setting for the annual Earth Day celebration hosted by the Omni Center for Peace, Justice, and Ecology.
Emily Crane Linn has been with Canopy NWA since January 2016, when it was just an group of people who wanted to do something about helping refugees.
Fayetteville officials celebrated the diversity of Fayetteville and its black history by honoring its African American owned businesses at a black history month press conference, Tuesday, Jan. 31
The music scene in northwest Arkansas was alive and well — and certainly busy — in 2016.
A crowd of more than 50 people gathered in downtown Fayetteville to protest the construction of a $900 million crude oil pipeline that will go from Cushing Okla. through Arkansas to Memphis, Tenn. Saturday, Dec. 10.
The folks at Stage Eighteen are getting right to work with providing an all purpose venue for the community’s needs, or in this case, holiday shopping needs.
Fayetteville is gaining a new community performance venue near the downtown square.