The recent Paris attacks look to plunge the world yet further into a downward spiral of death and Constitutional destruction. Is peace possible?
The origins of Armistice Day, also known as Remembrance Day, were all about ending war, marking the signing of a ceasefire to begin to halt the destruction of World War I.
Alright, if for some reason you haven’t heard about the airplane that had to emergency crash land in the middle of MLK Blvd. Tuesday morning, here you go. Thankfully, no one was seriously hurt or killed. It did hit a truck, though.
“Most of the really confident people I met were actually rather stupid.” —John Cleese, So anyway… We lost the developer of nonviolent communication this year, Marshall Rosenberg (1934-2015), a man focused on how we can more effectively help wend our way through our conflicts with others—but without engendering more hurt along the way. Rosenberg acted…
The City of Fayetteville invites the public to attend the ribbon cutting for the Spring Street Municipal Parking Deck on Friday, Oct. 23, 2015, at 11 a.m.
There are so many special things that make this community unique. One of them is the progressive reading programs Fayetteville Public Library has launched to get kids excited about reading.
One of the biggest motorcycle rallies in the United States is here and it’s taken over Fayetteville, with the nucleus in Dickson Street. For many, this is a great time to go out and immerse in the revelry robed in patina leather with giant deep-fried turkey legs in hand, observing the masses and their metal…
Well we’re here, Fayetteville. It’s time to vote again and decide the rights of LGBT people in Fayetteville.
Last week, Protect Fayetteville — a group against the proposed Civil Rights Protection Act, ordinance 5781 — held a “public” rally at University Baptist Church.
Hey UA students, welcome back to Fayetteville. We at The Free Weekly are glad to have you back, but we lament the increased amount of street traffic and longer lines you will all cause at all the establishments about town.