Adam Torres’ music is like the beauty of the desert — lonesome, vast, tranquil and serene.
Fayetteville officials celebrated the diversity of Fayetteville and its black history by honoring its African American owned businesses at a black history month press conference, Tuesday, Jan. 31
In Fayetteville, even the winters have great festivals.
The weekend of Jan. 19, the Ozark Mountain Music Festival will return to Basin Park Hotel in Eureka Springs, Ark., and attempt to bring with it the atmosphere — and attitude — of a summer music festival.
Presented by the producers of Homegrown On The River Music Festival comes Auditorium 51, a concert series on Mt. Sequoyah.
The music scene in northwest Arkansas was alive and well — and certainly busy — in 2016.
For it’s sixth year in a row, Last Night Fayetteville will return to the downtown Fayetteville square to ring in 2017 with a bevy of beverages, live entertainment and its time-honored Hog Drop at midnight.
The albums mentioned here were on heavy rotation and continuously echoed around in our own head space for the majority of the year.
A crowd of more than 50 people gathered in downtown Fayetteville to protest the construction of a $900 million crude oil pipeline that will go from Cushing Okla. through Arkansas to Memphis, Tenn. Saturday, Dec. 10.
In Arkansas this year alone there have been 26 human trafficking cases reported, and 23 of those cases were sex trafficking cases.