In an effort to promote community awareness and encourage attendance, the Arkansas Air and Military Museum, located at 4290 School Ave., in Fayetteville, will be hosting “Airport Days at the Museum” on the third Saturday of each month through the summer.
The air was sweltering with thick heat the night Luke Vo, of Fayetteville, went to see Bassnectar perform at a midnight show in the Revival Tent at Wakarusa in 2010.
By Nick Brothers The mountain beckons. Next week Mulberry Mountain, located on the Pig Trail between Fayetteville and Ozark, will transform into Wakarusa for it’s 11th season, and 6th in Arkansas. As of last week, officials expected to have about 18,000 festival goers this year, with about 150 artists and about 200 sets over the…
The Walmart AMP is excited to welcome Pepe Aguilar, Cheech & Chong and Foreigner.
FRIDAY, May 9
The Bayou, Rogers: 9:30 p.m., Whiskey Grin
Chelsea’s, Eureka Springs: 9 p.m., RK Ellis
Club Push, Fayetteville: 9 p.m., Karaoke
Coco’s Lebanese Cafe, Fayetteville: Unzaa
Crystal Bridges, Bentonville: 6 p.m., Jazz
Downstream Casino, Quapaw, Okla.: 8 p.m., Travis Kidd
Foghorn’s #1, Fayetteville: 7 p.m., Sean Kemp
Fresco Cafe and Pub, Fayetteville: 7 p.m., Adam Collins Trio
George’s Majestic Lounge, Fayetteville: 6 p.m., Cate Brothers; 7 p.m., The Uncrowned Kings; Mudstomp Showcase with Honkey Suckle, Foley’s Van, The Whistlepigs
Greenhouse Grille, Fayetteville: Matt Smith Jazz
JJ’s Grill, Fayetteville: 8:30 p.m., Ouachita River Band
JJ’s Grill, Rogers: 8:30 p.m., Wes & Karl
Jose’s, Fayetteville: Isayah’s Allstars
Jose’s, Springdale: Leah & the Mojo Doctors
JR’s Lightbulb Club, Fayetteville: 9 p.m., Comfortable Brother, Big Ginsburg, Annie Girl & the Flight
Mojo’s Pints and Pies, Fayetteville: Dave Bright
Rowdy Beaver, Eureka Springs: 7:30 p.m., Karaoke
Rowdy Beaver Den, Eureka Springs: 9 p.m., DJ Goose
Smoke & Barrel Tavern, Fayetteville: Shawn James & the Shapeshifters; Alex Culbreth
***The Stolen Glass, Fayetteville: 9 p.m., Arkansas Bootleg
Staff Report In April, Bottle Rocket Gallery will sponsor two art events in Fayetteville. On April 18, a performance/installation by Quintin Rivera Toro will be presented at the gallery in Fayetteville, starting at 7 p.m. The second event is a participatory painting directed by Teresa Albor, and will take place at Nightbird Books, 205 W….
There are many ways to “experience God,” said local yoga instructor and spiritual teacher, Matthew Gibbons. He wouldn’t call himself a teacher, as he rejects most labels, even during his seven years as a Pentecostal minister. While he, personally, still “experiences God” through Jesus Christ, he now accepts and respects many forms of religion and…
In ancient cultures like that of Native Americans, Africans, Chinese and Christians, red was a symbolic color of the female strength, mystery and power. Because of this reverence towards womanly things, in many cultures, women were separated from men while menstruating and giving birth. The Red Tent was one of the hideaways that women in…
William Shatner is almost a world within himself. He doesn’t fit with any traditional, or even many eccentric molds, surprising even his most fervent fans with what projects he comes out with next. To those fans of Shatner and his past work, it seems like quite the honor that the legendary sci-fi TV and movie…
By Terrah Baker There’s something that Fayetteville wants, needs, but has had trouble fostering in the past. It’s something that supporters say will brighten the landscapes, express the community spirit and beautify currently run-down locations. Something that can employ creative people, build camaraderie and usher visitors to the heart of Fayetteville. Only one thing fits…