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.
The Fayetteville Farmer’s Market is moving to a new indoor location on Saturdays during the winter months at Jefferson Center at 612 S College Ave., at the intersection of College and Martin Luther King Blvd.
The Friday before Northwest Arkansas had it’s own frozen weather, a different kind of evening in the cold was going on.
About 6 years ago, a movement started by photographers that aimed to give back to the underserved members of their community in the best way they could: professional portraits.
In an effort to provide that information in a fun and informative way, Students for Gender Equality started Smart and Sexy Sex Education Week.
Arkansans from all over the state will be joining up to go on a cross-country bus ride to New York City, and will partake in demonstrations at the meeting to demand action.
Fayetteville is one of my absolute favorite places on the planet — and so you won’t get bored — I’m here to tell you about some awesome ways you can fill your free time.