Lights Up! for Access, offering thousands of free and $5 tickets to community members who face a cost barrier to attend, thanks to a Season Sponsor commitment from the Walmart Foundation.
A few Fayetteville community members are hoping to start an educational community conversation about the Black Lives Matter movement and what it means.
Summer means family fun, fireworks, road trips and cookouts. Here are some important tips to keep in mind to keep your furry family members safe while enjoying the summer fun.
Community members have completed much of the heavy lifting for establishing a non-commercial, locally programmed radio station at the Chancellor Hotel in downtown Fayetteville.
Dan Dean is a rather tall, beloved and soft-spoken Winslow, Ark. resident in his 40s who cares deeply about sustainability, the environment, community, making music and bicycling.
Welcome to the mindfully collected and creatively inspired retail shop/oasis of Sadie McDonald.
With the theme of “Honoring the Unique History of African Americans in Fayetteville,” The City of Fayetteville proclaimed an official city-wide observation of Black History Month for February Tuesday, Jan. 27.
Organized as a chance for individuals to express grievance after the recent repeal of Ordinance 119, this peaceful rally included live guitar music and song, bold posters, speakers and a candlelight ceremony.
Hamsa Newmark, a long-time Fayetteville resident will celebrate her 70th birthday on Saturday, Dec. 27. On that day there will be a celebration at Teatro Scarpino, 329 N. West Avenue from 7 to 10 p.m.
A class of University of Arkansas students have been developing marketing campaigns with Northwest Arkansas start-ups as a way to provide real-world experience for the students.