Despite a year of international turmoil and statewide upheaval, the writers for the Northwest Arkansas Gridiron Show promise an evening of fun Oct. 3 and 4.
Residents of Fayetteville will experience “hands on” history this Thursday when “FIFI,” the Commemorative Air Force’s iconic Boeing B-29 Superfortress bomber, flies into Drake Field for Bikes, Blues and BBQ.
In an effort to provide that information in a fun and informative way, Students for Gender Equality started Smart and Sexy Sex Education Week.
Bill Nye was greeted by thunderous cheers and applause, and thousands of phone cameras pointed at him. He looked aghast, then took his own phone from his pocket and made a video for himself of the sea of people who greeted him.
What started as an idea by a local folk band to have a one day festival featuring local food in Fayetteville has since grown to become a contender on the national scale for folk music festivals.
In case you didn’t hear, or like me, are too poor to make it all the way to San Diego, The SDCC (San Diego Comic Con) was this weekend, and with it came the next year of nerdy entertainment laid out on a platter for all to see.
Yonder Mountain String Band’s Harvest Music Festival has announced the lineup for the 2014 festival.
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…