TheatreSquared has announced the lineup for the 2012 Arkansas New Play Festival, the theatre’s fourth annual celebration of new works for the stage.
Journalist and best-selling author Michael Pollan is the featured speaker for the 3rd Annual Artosphere Festival, which kicks off TODAY!
The inspirational story behind the Joe Martin Stage Race.
Local pet food bank to hold food drive this Friday!
Dan Phillips challenges concepts of beauty and the status quo by taking imperfect materials and using them to make one-of-a-kind homes.
The 2012 NAMA’s are finally here! This is your chance to meet the members of your favorite band. Tickets $10 to benefit Fayetteville Free Health Clinic.
Ozark Poets and Writers Collective celebrates National Poetry Month by honoring the talent of the community, featuring writers from the Fayetteville High School Literary Magazine, Connotations.
Speak for the Trees — that’s the theme of four separate events planned for this year’s Earth Day celebration in Fayetteville. The Omni Center for Peace, Justice and Ecology, along with Omni UA, the Sierra Club and other environmental activists are joining forces to bring you four informative and entertaining Earth Day events focused on an appreciation of tree
The RockIT Music Conference that will be held later this month has announced its panelists.
Earth Day was established in 1970, and now Fayetteville is a part of that history. The city currently hosts the longest continuous Earth Day festival in the nation. In 2011, the city hosted more than 50 events in 14 days. This year, the event is scheduled to last for 40 days, during which 70 events will be held to promote local sustainability.