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.
In the rolling hills of Northwest Arkansas, there’s more than 100 acres of farmland nestled near Dead Horse mountain in southeast Fayetteville.
What do Lucinda Williams, bread from Durham, and your grandpa have in common?
Standing with signs that read “Stop Separating Families,” and “Immigration is an American Experience,” Northwest Arkansas residents gathered in solidarity at a fasting vigil for Latino migrant children Monday, July 21.
Local retailer Fayettechill has been a constant advocate for the outdoor/chill lifestyle, and on the weekend of Aug. 22-24, they will be taking it to the next level by hosting the End of Summer Daze lifestyle festival focusing on “all that’s chill in the Ozarks.”